Things To Do, Lodging & Transportation
Arts & Culture
The Arts Council of Temecula Valley is a community-based organization dedicated to enriching arts and culture in and around the Temecula Valley.
Temecula hosts festivals full of fun events, welcoming residents and visitors the chance to enjoy the scenery and hospitality of this great area.
Movies & Entertainment
Take in a movie at one of our theaters or visit our local entertainment center for recreational gaming.
Old Town Temecula
See what our Old Town district offers visitors in the way of shopping and recreation.
Outdoor Recreation & Parks
Great weather and fresh air will encourage you to take the family for a hike on the Santa Rosa Plateau Wildlife Preserve. You can also delight in a day of boating and fishing at Lake Skinner, the site of the annual Balloon and Wine Festival, or nearby Diamond Valley Lake.
Shopping & Dining
Find that one-of-a-kind item in a quaint specialty boutique or one of Temecula's modern neighborhood centers.
Check out our Temecula Events site for a full listing of things to do and special events to put in your schedule.
Temecula Valley Business Directory
If you are looking for a business in Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, use our search engine and quick links to find it.
Temecula Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau
This site shows all the things that Temecula offers, whether you want to relax, play, learn, or need questions answered.
Transportation & Commuting
Today most people travel by private automobile. For many trips, this is an easy and convenient choice. However, there is a need to consider other means of transportation if we are to prevent future problems on our streets and highways.
Less than 60 miles north of San Diego and 90 miles southeast of Los Angeles lies Temecula Valley Wine Country, the heart of California's South Coast wine region.