National Park Pass Required for Sequoia Shuttle

THINGS TO DO

Visit Visalia invites travelers to experience the beauty, culture and unique flavor of our city year-round. Spend an evening at the symphony in the beautiful Fox Theater in our pedestrian-friendly downtown core, dine in one of the city’s many restaurants or have a hiking, biking, whitewater rafting or horseback adventure in a place of unmatched natural beauty!

Visalia is the ultimate playground! With Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks right in our backyard to local attractions like ImagineU Children's Museum, Visalia Adventure Park, Tulare County Museum and more, there are lots of ways to "Press Play on Travel" when you visit Visalia.

Wine & Agriculture

As the heart of the most productive agricultural region in the nation, our community takes pride in sharing what’s homegrown. Visit in early spring to see the hills vibrant with blossoming fruit trees and smell the sweet aroma of citrus across the valley floor.

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Savor the city’s fresh-from-to-farm cuisine at one of many sidewalk cafes or fill the afternoon strolling pedestrian family-friendly streets lined with unique shops and galleries.

Tour the richest agricultural region in the United States and see the process firsthand, relax with a glass of local wine or catch a game at the state-of-the-art Rawhide Ballpark!

Whether you’re traveling for pleasure, business, with family or just looking for a little extra adventure, the invitation is for you. Come play in our backyard and discover what makes the Visalia such a special place!

Sports & Recreation
Arts & Entertainment
Tours and Rentals

Take a guided tour or follow your own path!

Note: Some attractions and locations listed may have reduced hours of operation or may not yet be re-opened for business.

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P.O. Box 2734 Visalia, CA 93279
112 E Main St, Visalia, CA 93291
(800) 524-0303 : (559) 334-0141
Visitor Center Hours
Monday - Friday 8am-5pm