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Iconic bells have marked the historic El Camino Real since 1906. Highways and roads cover California and none is more special than El Camino Real, the Royal Road sometimes referred to as the King’s Highway. We take it for granted as we zoom up and down Highway 101 in San Luis Obispo County but at one time...

Celebrate the mission’s 250-year legacy at April 9 Mission Days Visit this remote, tranquil mission for a personal experience and to enjoy the upcoming...

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...

Bring the family, learn the natural history of Morro Bay through interactive, educational displays A trip to California’s Central Coast is not complete...

Explore the mission on docent-led tours Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, founded in 1772 by Franciscan missionaries, is the fifth of the 21 Spanish...

Fly on Betsy’s Biscuit Bomber and see some of the rarest airplanes, vehicles and military collections in the United States The Estrella Warbirds...

The San Luis Obispo Kids Museum San Luis Obispo offers some of the best and most varied museums in the area for history, art, local culture, events and...

–The Point San Luis Lighthouse, closed due to the pandemic, is offering docent-led interactive virtual tours instead. Using Zoom, a docent will lead...

The Cass House in Cayucos Wake up to fresh baked goods and a breathtaking view of Cayucos —In the land of the mermaids where sweet salty air and perfect...

Bethel Lutheran Church in the 1800s. –Templeton might seem like a quaint, sleepy village these days, but at one time, the town was a busy center for...