Top Ten Things to Do in Paso Robles
The Best Central Coast Attractions
Browse our list of the top ten things to do in Paso Robles… knowing there are many more than ten! For more information on any attraction or Central Coast attractions nearby, please visit our concierge at La Bellasera.
Paso Robles Wineries
Visit Paso Robles 175 winery tasting rooms to discover a new favorite wine. Explore on your own or take a winery tour to become familiar with wine country. Our concierge is always willing to provide you with a recommendation, directions or to assist you in planning a wine tasting tour.
Olive Oil Tasting
Among Paso Robles things to do, olive oil tasting is very original. Paso Robles is a rapidly becoming a leading producer of olive oil and related products. Visit the producers or sample the great variety of shops.
The hilltop estate built by William Randolph Hearst, the Castle encompasses the Casa Grande, three guest houses, and 127 acres of gardens, terraces, pools and walkways. The main home, built in the Mediterranean Revival style, is comprised of 165 rooms displaying an impressive European and Mediterranean art collection. There are five different tours offered, let us schedule one for you.
Historic Downtown Paso Robles
The ideal climate, proximity to wineries, recreational opportunities make Downtown Paso Robles an ideal stop when visiting California. Though the city may be known historically for its wine industries, it is quickly becoming a world-class wine growing location.
Studios on the Park
Visit working artists in their studios and chat with them while they work. Rotating exhibits by top local artists showcase the wealth of talent inspired by the beauty of the area.
Paso Robles Pioneer Museum
The Paso Robles Pioneer Museum is a wonderful collection of visual and written history that preserves the cultural heritage of the Paso Robles area with detailed displays.
Mission San Miguel de Archangel
This Paso Robles attraction was founded in 1797 by the Franciscan order to close the gap between the Missions in San Antonio and San Luis Obispo. Noted for its minimalist architecture and décor, the Mission features the original arcade of 12 arches planned specifically for the Mission. The Mission has reopened after extensive damage in the 2003 earthquake.
Paso Robles Event Center
A 40-acre convention center complex with multiple exhibition buildings and large equestrian arena that seats 7500 people. The Event Center is home to the Mid-state Fair, concerts, tradeshows and conventions.
Mission San Antonio de Padua
Founded as California's third mission in 1771. Mission San Antonio de Padua is virtually unchanged for more than two centuries. It has been said that this mission is the only one that would be recognizable to its founder Junipero Serra.
Experience the great diversity of Central Coast agriculture at one of four Farmer’s Markets that set up shop in the Paso Robles area each week. Meet the farmers and growers who picked the fruit and vegetables fresh that day.