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Spring Break Fever!

It’s the time of year when we get frantic calls from local residents pleading for our help.  Spring break means out of town family visiting for up to a week and/or families looking for ‘stay-cation’ ideas to help pass the time.    Your Visalia Convention and Visitors Bureau is here to help!

Top 5 Things To Do in Visalia during Spring Break

Bravo Farms Tree House5.  Head out to Bravo Farms in Traver to marvel at a seven story tree house that was entered in the Guinness Book of World Records as the Tallest Real Tree House.   While you’re there, play some mini golf, sample their cheese (if you haven’t had Bravo Farm Cheese you’re missing out!) and chat with their parrott Pancho!


DSC_44624.  Explore the Tulare County Museum of Farm and Labor.  A field trip favorite, this museum explains our counties important role in agriculture then and now.  From hands on displays to interactive videos, this is a favorite with young and old.  Insider tip: take a picnic lunch and enjoy Mooney Grove Park afterwards.



3.   Take em out to the Ball Game!  Thursday Night our Rawhide takes on the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.  Tickets range from $6 to $12 .  $1 Coors Light/Miller Light/Soda paired with an 80’s themed night means there is plenty of opportunity for you to have a blast while embarrassing your kids!

at the Vintage Press in Visalia2. Leave the kids at home and design your own Visalia’s Best Drink Tour.  Between Jack and Charlie’s Strawberry Basil Martini’s, Brewbaker’s famous beer, wine at Café 225 and concoctions at the Cellar Door downtown has a number of tasty libations.  Drink responsibility but enjoy Visalia’s signature cocktails, beer and wine.


MML_Constant_Content_Header_RESIZED1.  Want to visit 3 parks in 3 days?  We have the perfect solution!  Majestic Mountain Loop
has designed a self drive tour of Sequoia, Kings, and Yosemite National Parks including ‘Must See’ stops.  Frankly all of those out of town visitors will be awed at the beauty located in our backyard.  Feel free to brag about ‘your neck of the woods!’