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Fresno attractions

Blossom Trail

Tour through California's heartland was created by The Fresno Chamber Blossom Trail Committee to celebrate and feature the natural beauty of Fresno County's agriculture and a few historical points of interest.

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Civil War Reenactment

The National Civil War Association presents the largest West Coast American Civil War reenactment at Kearney Park, in Fresno, California. Titled “Civil War Revisited”, it attracted 1,200 plus reenactors as well as over 25,000 spectators.

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Discovery Center - Central Valley Science Museum

The Discovery Center is a Museum of Science and Natural History. We are open 10am to 4pm Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free. A donation of $2 per person is encouraged, but not required.
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Downing Planetarium

The planetarium shows are run with a Minolta MS-8 star projector, two video projectors, and 29 computer-controlled slide projectors. Between May 2000 when the facility began giving sky shows and March 2001, they have had over 23,000 visitors.

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Duncan Water Gardens

6901 E. McKenzie, Fresno

Forestiere Underground Gardens

Working alone during his spare time and using only hand tools, Baldasare Forestiere spent some 40 years sculpting an underground complex he called home.

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 Fresno Art Museum

The Museum collects, preserves, and exhibits to the public tangible objects valuable to art and history. Exhibitions include a wide range of contemporary as well as modern works by local, national and international artists.

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Fresno Metropolitan Museum

The permanent collection at the Met is comprised of more than 3,000 works of art and artifacts drawn from several cultures spanning more than 400 years.

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Fresno Parks

Fresno offers two regional parks; Roeding Park, home of the Chaffee Zoological Gardens, and Woodward Park with its rolling hills, lakes, trails and Shinzen Japanese Gardens.

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Kearney Mansion Museum

This National Historic Register site, built between 1900 and 1903 for agricultural developer M. Theo Kearney, gives visitors a look into Fresno's farming past and into the life of the entrepreneur and visionary who lived there.

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Kings Canyon National Park

Kings Canyon National Park was established in 1940. Sharing a common east-west boundary, Sequoia and Kings Canyon measure 66 miles from north to south and 36 miles across at their widest point. In Kings Canyon, see Kings River and the canyon that gives the park its name; and Panoramic Point with views of the Sierra Nevada and the San Joaquin Valley.

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Legion of Valor Museum

As you enter the foyer from the front of the Fresno Veterans Memorial Auditorium, you enter a marble floored area the size of some banquet halls. The ceilings are art, the walls, the very building itself, all art. Before you is the entrance to the Legion of Valor Museum.

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Meux Home Museum

One of the prime houses in terms of historical and architectural significance is the Meux Family home at the northwest corner of Tulare and R Streets. The home was built in 1888 by Dr. T. R. Meux who had come to Fresno from Tennessee the year before.

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Sequoia National Park

The Lodgepole Visitor Center provides information for visitors to Giant Forest and the northern section of Sequoia National Park, our country's second oldest National Park. Giant Forest is one of the main visitor destinations in Sequoia. Four of the world's five largest sequoias grow here, and scenic meadows dot the area.

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The Big Fresno Fair

The Big Fresno Fairgrounds has plenty of attractions year round for your family to enjoy.

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 Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park embraces a spectacular tract of mountain-and-valley scenery in the Sierra Nevada, which was set aside as a national park in 1890. The park harbors a grand collection of waterfalls, meadows, and forests that include groves of giant sequoias, the world's largest living things.

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Located in Yosemite Village next to the Visitor Center. Open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Gallery offers the work of Ansel Adams, contemporary photographers and other fine artists.

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