1185 Admiral Callaghan Ln.
Vallejo, CA 94591
Phone: (707) 648-1400
Fax: (707) 552-8623
1185 Admiral Callaghan Ln., Vallejo, CA, US, 94591
- Phone: (707) 648-1400
- Fax: (707) 552-8623
Experience wildlife and wild rides at this combination theme park, wildlife park, and oceanarium that contains more rides, shows, and attractions than any other theme park in Northern California.
Formerly known as Marine World, this is a combination wildlife park, oceanarium, and theme park. Some of its most popular attractions include a killer whale show, water rides and roller coasters, an animal nursery, a family of elephants, and roaming cartoon characters like Bugs Bunny and Batman. Bring the kids to take in a sea lion show after you get splashed by Shouka, the resident 4000-pound killer whale, or check out the thrill ride Vertical Velocity. The park is located a short 30-minute drive north of San Francisco. Hours vary seasonally, so be sure to check their website.
This whimsical playground for children and families is open late June through late September and it is perfect for a picnic or small birthday celebration. Supervised activities for children are available.
This modern and well maintained marina provides two great restaurants, a mile long waterfront promenade, fuel dock, and berths.
Set overlooking the Mare Island Strait, the Vallejo Waterfront Park is a popular attraction near the Vallejo Marina. Its proximity to the downtown area makes it quite easy to reach and an ideal spot to collect yourself after a day spent visiting the city's numerous attractions. Usually, you will find local folks come here for a nice jog or walk, some with their dogs, or enjoying a nice view of the harbor with their loved one, and the atmosphere is generally friendly and enjoyable. There are also quite a few restaurants and bars in the vicinity, so visitors can enjoy a drink or two after a leisurely stroll at the park. The park also lies close to Vallejo Ferry Terminal, where frequent rides to San Francisco are available. Call to know more.
The Mare Island Museum was opened in 2004. The 50,000 squre foot building was built in 1855 as a blacksmith shop. The Control Room of the USS Vallejo is among the exhibits.
This winery produces a variety of delightful wines and features a shop and special events throughout the year.
An ideal place to spend a day outdoors, the City Park in Benicia stands on the site of California's first Protestant church. Besides providing an open space for all to relax in, the park also hosts the annual festival which is aptly titled as Festival of Arts in the Park. With fun-filled activities and performances, this is surely something everyone looks forward to each year.
Also known as the Benicia Masonic Hall, the Old Masonic Hall in Benicia, CA was built in 1850 as a Masonic Temple. The building housed court room and offices and the second floor accommodated rooms of the Lodge. After the Masons sold off the property in 1887, it was used as a clubhouse and a meetinghouse until the Lodge acquired it again. The building is now a part the US National Register of Historic Places.
This building served as a State Capitol from 1853 to 1854, and the Benicia Capitol State Historic Park houses this structure. The interiors as well as the exterior portion has been restored and is open to general public for viewing. Visitors can explore the furniture, furnishings and fixtures that were used in the bygone era. Guided tours or group visits can also be arranged with prior reservations.
Falcor is a fine example of a boutique family winery, with a keen focus on crafting some of the highest quality wines in the Napa Valley.
Located on 38 acres in the Carneros appellation in southwestern Napa, these grape vines were first planted on the property in the mid-1800s. The current winery, founded in 1981, produces fewer than 20,000 cases annually, predominantly Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. About 1000 cases of limited release wines are also produced, including a Cabernet Franc and a dessert wine. Renovated in 1995, the winery retained the historic architecture of the original buildings and still employs a traditional Burgundian method of producing Pinot Noir in open-top concrete fermenter. Several wines have won awards. Wine tasting is free.