Tulare, California

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TULARE, CALIFORNIA
Host to the Annual World Ag Expo, Tulare is an agricultural community and shopping destination in California’s Sequoia region.

 

A Big Blend Radio interview with Donnette Silva Carter about spring in Tulare County.

Tulare is a gateway destination to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Sequoia National Forest, and Giant Sequoia National Monument. Tulare has a charming historic downtown district with lovely tree lined streets, murals, boutique shops, and restaurants.

Showcasing the region’s Native American, pioneer and agricultural history, the Tulare Historical Museum is a fascinating place to visit. Housed in the International Agri-Center where the World Ag Expo is held, AgVentures Learning Center and the Antique Farm Equipment Museum are fun and educational attractions for the whole family. Home to the Tulare Outlet Center, Tulare is a regional shopping destination where shoppers can get good discounts on brand name products, enjoy a meal at one of the various restaurants, watch a movie at Galaxy Theatre, or attend the farmers market or an event. North ‘L’ Street is another great Tulare shopping and lunch destination. There are a number of hotels to stay in, all in close proximity to the historic downtown district and the Tulare Outlet Center.

Local Highlights include: AgVentures! Learning Center / International Agri-Center, Tulare County Fairgrounds, Tulare Outlet Center, Tulare Historical Museum.

Regional Highlights include: Visalia Fox Theatre (approx. 15 miles), Exeter Mural Tour and Exeter Courthouse Art Gallery & Museum (approx. 17 miles), Bravo Lake Botanical Garden (approx. 20 miles), Kaweah Oaks Preserve (approx. 22 miles), Lake Kaweah (approx. 37 miles), Lake Success (approx. 37 miles), Sequoia National Park (approx. 50 miles), Balch Park Campground (approx. 57 miles), Kings Canyon National Park (approx. 67 miles), Yosemite National Park (approx. 106 miles).

Nearby Cities include: Visalia (approx. 15 miles), Exeter (approx. 17 miles), Hanford (approx. 23 miles), Lindsay (approx. 25 miles), Dinuba (approx. 25 miles), Porterville (approx. 25 miles), Kettleman City (approx. 43 miles), Three Rivers (approx. 45 miles), Fresno (approx. 46 miles), Bakersfield (approx. 64 miles), Paso Robles (approx. 97 miles), and Los Angeles (approx. 175 miles), and Sacramento (approx. 215 miles).

Nearby Airports: Visalia Municipal Airport-VIS (approx. 10 miles), Fresno Yosemite International Airport (approx. 50 miles), Bakersfield Municipal Airport (approx. 60 miles), Los Angeles International Airport (approx. 180 miles), LA/Ontario International Airport (approx. 210 miles), San Francisco International Airport (approx. 235 miles).

Attractions and activities near to National Parks and public lands.

Restaurants, bars, clubs, gourmet food, coffee shops, eateries that are near to National Parks & Public Lands.
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Shopping in and around National Parks and public lands

 

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