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The mission that time forgot Just forty-five minutes outside of Paso Robles, nestled snugly against the foothills of the Santa Lucia Mountain Range, you can take a step back in time and discover a hidden treasure: Mission San Antonio de Padua. Founded on July 14, 1771 by Fray Junipero Serra, San Antonio...

Marc Goldberg and wife Maggie D’Ambrosia. –Marc Goldberg has an intense passion for pinot noir. For the owner/winemaker of Windward Vineyard the passion...

Savor premiere wines and fresh, local food offerings at Paso Robles tasting room and bistro When it comes to making fine wine, the folks at San Antonio...

History comes to life with military planes, tanks, car collections & more Estrella Warbirds Museum is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 museum dedicated to the...

Visitors are welcomed to the entrance of the Vina Robles Hospitality Center. Venue offers world-class concerts Vina Robles: where European inspiration...

‘Some of the nicest people in the world’ eat here The food. The colorful decor. The music. Senor Sancho’s in Paso Robles treats the senses, especially...

Artist Anne Laddon at work in Studios on the Park. See artists at work in their studios Thanks to artist Anne Laddon’s vision for an active, engaging...

History made fun –The Paso Robles Children’s Museum in downtown Paso Robles opened its doors in 2007. The museum’s historic home was once...

Owner Carly Torres. Fine fashion, locally handmade items, good prices –Shopping at Allure Clothing in downtown Paso Robles doesn’t stop with the latest...

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...