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The Pacific Asia Museum is one of few museums in the United States dedicated exclusively to the arts and culture of Asia and the Pacific Islands. Commissioned in 1924 as the former home of art dealer Grace Nicholson, the museum's striking design resembles that of an Imperial Chinese palace. Its ...


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The only museum in Southern California dedicated to California's art, architecture and design, the Pasadena Museum of California Art is a treasure trove of works by California artists from 1850 to today. Museum highlights include the Kenny Scharf Garage, which showcases the playful Pop aesthetic for which the California native ...


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Founded in 1924 as the Pasadena Historical Society, the Pasadena Museum of History shares the stories of the region's rich past. Feynes Mansion, the museum's centerpiece, was the one-time home of the museum's benefactors Dr. Adalbert and Eva Feynes. Situated on Pasadena's famed "Millionaire's Row," the 18-room, Beaux Arts-style estate ...


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Nestled in the hills of Winchester, just a few miles east of Temecula Wine Country, Lake Skinner Natural Preserve spans 6,040 acres of land and lake. Visitors can participate in camping, hiking, horseback riding, sailing and boating in the preserve, as well as explore the 1.5-mile walking path that encircles ...


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The popular Western Science Center is home to nearly one million paleontological specimens and archaeological artifacts found at more than 337 prehistoric sites, including Native-American artifacts and Ice Age fossils. The science center highlights discoveries, ranging in age from 230,000 years ago to the present, from the Diamond Valley Lake ...


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The award-winning Pennypickles Workshop, Temecula Children's Museum features 7,500 square feet of hands-on inventions, gadgets and experiments in Old Town Temecula. Families can explore puzzles and play in the workshop while searching for Beaker, Professor Beaker's tiny field mouse companion. Families can also participate in events and activities that range ...


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The Old Town Temecula Walking Tour takes guests back to the boomtown days of the 1880s via a candlelight walking tour through a historic district rich in folklore. The 90-minute tour covers less than a mile, while the old-west guide shares Temecula tales and legends. The public Old Town Temecula ...


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California Dreamin Balloons offers hot air balloon rides over beautiful Temecula Wine Country. Sunrise tours take guests above the South Coast Resort, Ponte Winery, vineyards, snow-capped mountains and citrus groves, while sunset tours take guests above the country estates at Rancho Santa Fe and citrus groves, with ocean views. Sunrise ...


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Owned and operated by a Temecula native, Wine Country Trails by Horseback takes guests on a relaxing, scenic horseback ride through Temecula vineyard trails. Early morning, afternoon and evening rides are available; guests may choose from packages that include wine tasting and dining. Horseback tours include up to six people ...


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Located in nearby Escondido, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park offers a variety of safari experiences and activities throughout its 1,800 acres home to a variety of wild and endangered animals. Safari Park activities include riding the Africa Tram, walking through the Savannah Cool Zone, witnessing the Cheetah Run and ...


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A field trip is an excellent way to move the classroom into the wider world. There are so many learning experiences that can take place outside of the traditional classroom setting, and conducting a field trip can be a fun and informative way to administer curriculum materials.  What is the ...


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Chicago is located on the southwestern shores of Lake Michigan and is the largest city in Illinois.Chicago is a culturally diverse and exciting destination. Students will experience the rich historic architecture along with some of the best sporting events and breathe taking scenery. Chicago is also filled with world class ...


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