Things To Do In Downtown Bakersfield

$20 for a Monster X Tour Package with a Pit Pass at Rabobank Arena on January 23 ($33.65 Value)

Monster X Tour

Rabobank Arena

Live_logo

Roaring monster trucks thrill motorsports fans in an high-octane evening of races, wheelies, and car crushing

$33.65 $20

View Deal

$70 for $200 Worth of Personal Training — Daniel Church Personal Training

Daniel Church Personal Training

Bakersfield

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$200 $70

View Deal

Scuba-Diving Certification Course for One or Two Including Gear Rental at Bakersfield Scuba (Up to 49% Off)

Bakersfield Scuba

Bakersfield Scuba

Divinng-certification course dives and equipment rental as well as classroom studies

$375 $199

View Deal

Public Skating Admission and Skate Rental for Two or Four at SJCH Ice Center of Bakersfield (Up to 55% Off)

San Joaquin Community Hospital Ice Center

Downtown Bakersfield

Two or four guests strap on rental skates and glide around an indoor climate-controlled rink set to under 60 degrees

$22 $10

View Deal

10 or 20 Bootcamp Classes at BakersFIT (Up to 63% Off)

BakersFIT

Bakersfield

Trainers run exercisers throught full-body calisthenics to help folks build lean muscle and burn calories

$150 $59

View Deal

Kern County Museum Visit for Two or Five (Up to 50% Off)

Kern County Museum

Bakersfield

See 150-year-old buildings in the Pioneer Village and explore the history of California oil in the Black Gold exhibit

$50 $25

View Deal

Three or Six Bicycle Motocross Practice Sessions at Metro BMX (Up to 50% Off)

Metro BMX

Metro BMX

Led by experienced athletes, aspiring BMX and motocross champs learn basic and advanced techniques to help get them through any dirt course

$21 $11

View Deal

Mini Golf and Go-Karts for Two or Four at Camelot Park (Up to 50% Off)

Camelot Park

Bakersfield

Enjoy a go-kart track with stretches and wide curves and a mini-golf course with 18 holes, waterfalls, a pink castle, and a windmill

$30 $15

View Deal

Select Local Merchants

Paula Brown has been practicing and teaching yoga since 1999, ever since she discovered that yoga went beyond mere exercise. As a registered Yoga Alliance instructor, she draws on techniques developed 2,500 years ago in India. Each posture cultivates flexibility and strength while calming the mind and fostering health. Paula's style is based on the teachings of B.K.S. Iyengar, a yoga master who recently celebrated his 90th birthday. Iyengar's method is unique in that he emphasizes proper alignment, timing, and sequencing while moving between postures.

All of Paula's 14 instructors offer daily classes and private sessions inside the more than 9,000-square-foot Yoga Space studio, built in an old bank and furnished with eco-friendly paint, all-natural air, and an abundance of light. In addition to three yoga rooms, the studio includes a healing center that offers massages and more, an outside patio, and a tea bar. When students finish their classes, they can browse through the studio's store, which is stocked with yoga mats and clothes made with organic cotton and recycled karma.

1201 24th St
Bakersfield,
CA
US

Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Dinner is available from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Saturdays.

1918 L St
Bakersfield,
CA
US

A locally owned business, Dagny’s has been slinging rejuvenating cups of java to Bakersfield residents since the mid ‘90s. Stop in to fill up a fuel tank with a small espresso ($1.50) or macciato ($2.50) while noshing on a fresh bagel ($1.50), scone ($2.25), or muffin ($2.25). Ponder the meaning of last night’s freakishly surrealist dreams with a crisp salad ($8.50) or hearty sandwich ($8.50). While visiting, kick back amid the laid-back ambience and enjoy the free WiFi access. Stick around to check out the regularly featured live music. Free of bawdy lumberjacks carelessly showing off their beard-growing skills, Dagny’s Coffee Company offers a friendly spot for soaking up good vibes and relaxing with friends.

1212 18th Street
Bakersfield,
CA
US

The Bakersfield Museum of Art caters to avid aesthetes and casual connoisseurs alike with a prismatic pastiche of regional art and traveling exhibits. Explore western U.S. landscapes through Maynard Dixon's painted works in the Space, Silence, Spirit exhibit, or incite daydreams of horizontal showers and closet waterfalls in Uniquely Ours, an installation boasting the architectural modernism of local homes. In addition to free entry to the museum, members receive access to lectures from celebrated artists, invitations to events, museum discounts, and more.

1930 R St
Bakersfield,
CA
US

Within the Buena Vista Museum of Natural History's thick, siege-proof walls and beneath its huge, atmosphere-shunning roof are 16,000 square feet of exhibits spanning the subjects of anatomy, astronomy, archaeology, anthropology, biology, geology, and paleontology. Use your two tickets ($7 each) to bring along a fellow fossil fanatic as you explore an array of long-extinct creatures such as the mixosaurus, the dugong, and the VCR repairman. Elsewhere, tap into the geologic history of California, sifting through eons of erosion and millennia of movement. The museum's nooks of knowledge hold exhibits for everyone, with a veritable treasure trove of gems, minerals, and petrified wood wowing the young, the old, and the Highlander alike.

2018 Chester Ave
Bakersfield,
CA
US

A local institution for more than 40 years, Bakersfield Music Theatre pulls in patrons with a schedule of major Broadway musicals and other songful spectacles. Stop by on October 8 for a one-night-only performance of Direct from Vegas: Frank Sinatra, featuring Gary Corsello crooning un-remixed versions of Sinatra classics such as “Luck Be a Lady” and “Come Fly With Me” to the orchestral accompaniment of five full-sized musicians. The hit musical Chicago (November 13, 14, and 20) follows the exploits of a pair of femme fatales driven to murder by the stiff breezes of the Windy City, while "This and That: A Night of Song and Dance" (February 26) combines the mouth-powered melodies of Bakersfield Music Theatre with the legendary leggery of the Civic Dance Center. Hairspray (April 30, May 1, and May 7) caps the season with the tuneful tale of a teenage dance queen whose fancy footwork and well-kempt coiffure help her to defeat her enemies, the Philadelphia Eagles.

1931 Chester Ave
Bakersfield,
CA
US