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–California State Parks announced that the project to repair and restore the world-famous Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle moved into the final phase. The department began refilling the 345,000-gallon pool Tuesday. The historic castle, built between 1919 and 1947 by William Randolph Hearst and architect Julia...

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...

Shangri-La Ranch offers stunning views of Santa Margarita Lake. For a tour of native California beauty, Shangri-La Ranch Adventures in Santa Margarita...

  A tour takes you back in history Mission San Miguel -Located just a few minutes north of Paso Robles, Mission San Miguel Arcangel is a must stop...

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...

Take a free tour and discover Paso Robles history The Paso Robles Pioneer Museum, located at 2010 Riverside Avenue, south of the Paso Robles Event Center...

–Join the millions who have visited hilltop San Simeon estate of Hearst Castle to explore the architecture, art, and gardens of “The Enchanted Hill.” Hearst...

–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...

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...