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–The Point San Luis Lighthouse, closed due to the pandemic, is offering docent-led interactive virtual tours instead. Using Zoom, a docent will lead up to 10 guests on a virtual walking tour of this historic site. Visitors will travel back in time to 1890, delve into the lighthouse’s history, and see...

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...

See some of the rarest airplanes, vehicles and military collections in the United States The Estrella Warbirds Museum is the home of the Gooney Bird Group...

–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...

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...

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...

The Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle (DSRV) Avalon is one of only two rescue submarines built for the Navy by the Lockheed Corporation. Visit historic vessel...

–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 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...