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Visalia, CA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 11
Total Sleeping Rooms 992
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 256
Committable Meeting Rooms* 15
Largest Exhibit Space 114,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 31,675 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $84
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $61
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $197
*Maximum for a single hotel

Visalia, CA Things to Do and Attractions

Mooney Grove Park and Tulare County Museum

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Mooney Grove Park is a 155-acre preserve and park in the heart of Visalia's central business district. Lined with oak trees, the park features a number of picnic areas with arbors and barbecue facilities, as well as baseball diamonds, Frisbee golf

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Sequoia and King's Canyon National Parks

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Located fewer than two hours from Visalia, the National Parks of Sequoia and King's Canyon lie side by side in the southern portion of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Together, they form the 2nd largest contiguous roadless area in the lower 48

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Visalia Fox Theatre

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A true downtown Visalia landmark, the Visalia Fox Theatre was built in 1930 as the town's grand entertainment showplace. The 1,300-seat venue was outfitted in a unique East Indian motif, complete with elaborate mosaics, fountains, chandeliers and a

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Yosemite National Park

Just 135 miles from Visalia, Yosemite National Park encompasses 1,200 square miles in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Best known for its amazing waterfalls, the park is home to many amazing natural wonders including spacious meadows and soaring

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Cafe 225

Crafting Mediterranean-inspired cuisine with a Spanish flair, Cafe 225 is hip, trendy spot that offers both delicious fare and an impressive array of California wines. Outfitted in an interior of warm colors, honey woods and white linens, Cafe 225

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The Depot Restaurant

Located in Visalia's original 1916-built train station, The Depot serves fine contemporary American cuisine in a historic atmosphere. The elegant restaurant's old world charm is enhanced by such sophisticated touches as Italian stained glass, Spanish

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Fugazzis California Bistro

Opened in 1997, Visalia's award-winning Fugazzis serves fresh California cuisine in an elegant atmosphere, marked by white linens, mustard-colored walls, dark woods and beautiful pendant lighting. Menu items range from crispy pizzas to fresh salads

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Tommy's

Located in downtown Visalia, the stately Tommy's restaurant specializes in American fare with a California twist. From start to finish, menu items at Tommy's entertain the palate, from the crispy crab cakes appetizer to the grilled pork chop with

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Central California Chinese Cultural Center

Visalia's Central California Chinese Cultural Center examines the history of the thousands of Chinese immigrants who came to California during and after the Gold Rush. Built with contributions from China, the center features an exposition room that

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Real California Cheese Tours

The San Joaquin Valley is home to two dozen producers of cow's milk cheese, many of which are located in the Visalia area. Many of the farmers making the cheese that can proudly bear the "Real California Cheese" label are open to tours. Located in

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Squaw Valley Herb Gardens

Dedicated to educating guests on the role of plants in California history, Squaw Valley Herb Gardens features demonstrations and tastings centered on the hundreds of herbs found at this home and gardens of two California artists. Demonstrations focus

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