Sightseeing in Soledad


Wine and Cheese Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Leal Vineyards (Up to 78% Off)

Leal Vineyards

Leal Vineyards

Palates are introduced to subtle notes of varietals including chardonnay, malbec, and mourvèdre in tasting room on 50-acre estate

$30 $7

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Historical Walking Tour for Two or Four from Monterey's Waterfront & Cannery Row Tour (Up to 50% Off)

Monterey's Waterfront & Cannery Row Tour

InterContinental The Clement Monterey Main Lobby

A historian leads groups on a 2.5-hour walking tour, detailing the people and jobs that made Monterey Bay a fishing and cultural polestar

$48 $25

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$55 for $100 Worth of Wildlife Watching at Shark Camp

Shark Camp

Multiple Locations

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

$100 $55

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Two-Day Ojai Backpacking Trip with Equipment and Meals for One or Two from Treks and Tracks (Up to 55% Off)

Treks and Tracks

Ojai

Experienced outdoor guides teach backpacking skills on a picturesque excursion and provide all safety gear and meals

$329 $159

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$14 for Two Museum Admissions at Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose ($24 Value)

Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose

Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose

More than 150 exhibits let kids view mammoth bones, make giant bubbles, and create art

$24 $14

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Computer History Museum Visit for Two with Optional T-Shirts, or a Visit for Four or Six (Up to 58% Off)

Computer History Museum

Computer History Museum

History museum showcases the evolution of computing from ancient artifacts to contemporary mobile devices with interactive exhibits

$30 $14

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Military Aviation Museum Visit for Two or Four at Moffett Field Historical Society (Up to 50% Off)

Moffett Field Historical Society

Mountain View

Peruse 13 exhibits that chronicle history of flight with artifacts such as a full P-3 cockpit and equipment from NASA aviation flight tests

$16 $10

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Tasting for Two with Glasses and a Bottle of Wine at Malibu Family Wines Tasting Room (Up to 42% Off)

Malibu Family Wines

Los Olivos

A 90-acre winery producing nine varietals, including Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon; taste five wines at the Los Olivos tasting room

$66 $38

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Fresno Art Museum One-Year Individual or Family Membership, or Visits for Two or Four (Up to 68% Off)

Fresno Art Museum

Fresno Art Museum

Modern and contemporary art, as well as pre-Columbian ceramics exhibits; membership includes guest passes and discounted special events

$50 $16

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Farm Day Passes for Two Children and Two Adults, or $50 Toward a Children’s Party at Lemos Farm

Lemos Farm

Lemos Farm

Pony rides and petting-zoo visits entertain families, and youngsters celebrate milestones with farm-themed shindigs

$44 $21

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Select Local Merchants

  • Blazing Saddles San Francisco
    Blazing Saddles' rides whisk guests through California's rugged, oceanic beauty. Riders embark on self-guided expeditions atop the plush seats of a hybrid bike. On self-guided sightseeing tours, riders leisurely pedal through while following provided maps or their own ancient heirloom treasure maps.
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    750 Cannery Row
    Monterey, CA US
  • Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History
    With permanent exhibitions including an observation beehive, snake display, and touch pool full of wiggly aquatic life, the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History appeals to both individuals and families looking to learn more about the naturally occurring world around them. The museum's current exhibition, Bones: An Inside Look at Nature, explores adaptation and biodiversity by looking at the skeletons of different animals, a bone-crown topped with the skelegem of a never before seen whale fossil, whose age is counted in the millions.
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    1305 E Cliff Dr
    Santa Cruz, CA US
  • Museum of Art and History
    The Museum of Art and History's magical meld of contemporary art and Santa Cruz County history came into being in 1996, when the art museum and the Santa Cruz Historical Society were fused. An individual membership gets you free admission to the museum's diverse collection, invitations to members-only exhibition previews, a discount to the museum's public programs, and, among other benefits, resistance to the wail of the banshee. Revisit the days of writing on paper and typing with one finger at the Don’t Forget to Write: Correspondence in the Pre-Electronic Age exhibit, which compares 1918 wartime letters with 2010 Facebook posts and showcases out-of-date communication methods, such as typewriters, fountain pens, and styrofoam cups connected by floss. Machines of Memory: Sculpture and Works on Paper by Joseph Zirker, an exhibit about the Bay Area printmaker's innovative work and methods, displays three- and two- dimensional compositions aglow with biomorphic shapes and symbols.
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    705 Front Street
    Santa Cruz, CA US
  • Seymour Marine Discovery Center
    The Joseph M. Long Marine Laboratory has long been at the forefront of marine research. Opened in 1978, the UCSC-affiliated center is set on a bluff overlooking the rich natural laboratory of Monterey Bay, called the “Serengeti of the Sea” for its diversity of marine life. Complementing the laboratory's mission to advance knowledge of the marine environment, the 20,000-square-foot Seymour Marine Discovery Center opened in 2000 to educate the public about the bay and the process of scientific research. Carefully designed to resemble a lab rather than a traditional museum, the center's hands-on exhibits delve into specific research projects while colorfully answering such questions as "what is science?" and "why is science important?" Aquariums and touch tanks facilitate up-close encounters with marine life, and an 87-foot blue whale skeleton—one of the largest in the world—soars majestically outside.
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    100 Shaffer Rd
    Santa Cruz, CA US
  • Art Museum of Los Gatos
    The Los Gatos Weekly-Times profiled the Museum of Los Gatos and its new Duchamp exhibit and community outreach efforts. Culturevulture.net and VIA magazine featured the museum as part of profiles on Los Gatos. The Los Gatos Observer reviewed a number of exhibits at the Museum of Los Gatos.
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    4 Tait Ave
    Los Gatos, CA US
  • Villa Montalvo
    San Francisco mayor and US senator James Duval Phelan built the Villa Montalvo in 1912 as a bastion of art, hosting such writers as Jack London and Edwin Markham in conversation-filled luncheons and creativity-fueling vacations. After his death, Phelan bequeathed the house and grounds to the public, asking that they continue its role as an incubator of inspiration. Today, the center hosts artist residencies, gallery exhibitions, and educational opportunities for visitors. Surrounding the wealth of culture, the 175-acre grounds include miles of hiking trails through woodlands densely populated with muses, a meticulously manicured Italianate garden, and a picnic-ready Great Lawn.
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    15400 Montalvo Rd
    Saratoga, CA US
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