Old Town Temecula Information Page
Dining – Taking a stroll on Old Town Temecula’s wooden boardwalk on a weekend day you will smell the food that Old Town has to offer. There are dozens of restaurants to fit everyone’s need. There is Mad Madeline’s Grill know for there great service and burgers. If you are craving something sweet stop by Old Town Sweet Shop for candy and fudge. As well as offering something to eat Old Town Temecula also has wine tasting rooms from the local wineries so you can sample what the area has to offer. Old Town Temecula has everything your stomach can want.
Shopping – If you like shopping Old Town Temecula is the spot for you. Old Town Temecula is not home to the big box retailers but is home to antique shops. You can find Victorian knickknacks to Old West collectibles to 60’s kitsch. Old Town Temecula has something for everyone, while still providing a well-round antiquing experience. Old Town Temecula has jewelry, collectibles as well as home furnishings. Everyone in Old Town Temecula is knowledgeable and can help you find exactly what you are looking for.
Community – Old Town Temecula is also home to the Old Town Temecula Community Theater. This contemporary, state of the art proscenium theater seats 361. The theater hosts wonderful local theatrical productions, amazing contemporary dance and ballet companies and stellar concerts featuring classical, big band, country music, the blues, rock ‘n roll, rockability, American roots music, and much more. Old Town Temecula also has a civic center which holds city hall. The civic center features a three story, 95,500 square foot City Hall with mission-style architecture, clock tower, red tiled roof and an elevated perch overlooking Old Town and Rising along interstate 15. Attached to City Hall is a large conference room for events and meetings. The town square are of the civic center has a fountain modeled after a Luiseño Indian basket. Also next to the civic center is a free, 472 space public parking garage. The civic center also has a substation for the Temecula Police as well as the Temecula Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Events – There are numerous events that happen throughout the year that take place in Old Town Temecula. There is a Farmer’s Market every Saturday from 7:30 am to 12:30 pm. In March Temecula has the Temecula Bluegrass Festival. During the festival some of the top bluegrass bands from around the country come and play. Also in March Old Town Temecula has its annual Rod Run. The Rod Run consists of a Cruise Night, as well as a Car Show the next day. The Rod Run brings in people from all over Southern California to take in all the cars, food, and vendors. In May there are western days that brings Old Town Back in time to its western days. There are gun fights, costumed characters, western exhibits, western music, trick ropers, as well as calf roping demonstrations. In June there is the Ralph Love Plein Air Festival that offers a glimpse into the techniques of on-site painting. Plein Air Artists will be scattered though out Old Town looking for the perfect scene depicting the historic town. During October Old Town Temecula hosts its annual Outdoor Quilt Show. During this show there are hundreds of quilts displayed throughout Old Town Temecula as well as some for sale.
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