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–The Mission San Antonio de Padua is a Central Coast treasure; its remote vista a charm that fuels the imagination and encourages visitors to step back to 18th century mission life. The mission is located about 45 minutes northwest of San Miguel. The long winding drive set approximately 26 miles back from...

Visit Carnegie Library in downtown Paso Robles park. Inside a glass case in the historic Carnegie Library is a rusted spice box and a spread of coins from...

Pioneer Museum adds two new historical exhibits Mr. R.E. Jack, namesake of the ranch and pioneer, is featured in the new exhibit at The Paso Robles Pioneer...

The vines at Hearst Ranch Winery. Wine tasting for history lovers Over the last 200-plus years, Paso Robles and North San Luis Obispo County have had a...

Reconstruction slated to finish August or September Cayucos is a little beach town with a big pier that has a history that reaches all the way back to...

History comes to life with military planes, tanks, car collections & more For more than twenty years, Paso Robles’ Estrella Warbirds Museum has grown,...

Discover early California alive in downtown San Luis Obispo Located in the center of downtown San Luis Obispo, the Old Mission remains the heart of a...

  Newly restored, Palladin style historic City Hall Discover Atascadero’s rich history Atascadero, the Spanish-named city is roughly translated...

Tent City actors dance in Tent City. A celebration of heroes during Colony Days 2014 Every year the community of Atascadero comes together the third Saturday...

The lower rotunda now houses the main reception area for the city of Atascadero. Atascadero Historical Society docents offer glimpse of city’s history Nearly...