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Monterey Bay Aquarium

The Monterey Bay Aquarium has attracted more than 47 million visitors and has won awards for its exhibits, architecture, and cultural and educational impacts. We’re ...

Ararat Cemetery Improvement Association

The Ararat Massis Armenian Cemetery, commonly known as the Ararat Cemetery, is an Armenian cemetery in Fresno,

Cemetery, Home Improvement, Local Business, Outdoors, Public Places & Attractions

1925 W Belmont Ave
Fresno   CA 93728-2625

St. John's Cathedral

St. John's Cathedral is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresn

Fresno Water Tower

The Old Fresno Water Tower is a historic water tower in Fresno, California. It is listed on the

Club One Casino

Club One Casino is the Central Valley's biggest and friendliest card room. We offer 51 tables of great casino games like poker, blackjack, Spanish 21, pai gow, three card ...

Bar, Casino, Food & Restaurant, Public Places & Attractions, Restaurant, Sports & Recreation

1033 Van Ness Avenue
Fresno   CA 93721-2006

China Alley Historic District

China Alley in Hanford California has been named to the National Trust for Historic Preservation's 2011 list of "America's Most Endangered Historic Places." China ...

Historical Place, Non-Profit Organization, Public Places & Attractions

China Alley begins on Green Street just North of Seventh St.
Hanford   CA 93230

Spectrum Art Gallery

Thirty years ago exhibitions of photography as an art form appeared very infrequently, especially in the San Joaquin Valley. It was at that time a growing number of photographic ...

Art Gallery, Public Places & Attractions

608 E. Olive Ave.
Fresno   CA 93728

Roeding Park

Roeding Park is one of four regional city parks in Fresno, California - the others are Woodward Park. Kearney Park and the Regional Sports Park. The 90-acre Roeding Park includes ...

Fresno Pacific Towers Offices

Fresno Pacific Towers, originally the Pacific Southwest Building and later known as the Security Bank Building is a 15-story, 67 m high-rise completed in 1925 in downtown ...

Caruthers Fairground

The Caruthers District Fair is the largest free gate fair in California and has been a tradition for many families all over the Central Valley for over 80 years. This annual ...

Caruthers Fair Association

The Caruthers District Fair is the largest free gate fair in California and has been a tradition for many families all over the Central Valley for over 80 years. This annual ...

Fresno Metropolitan Museum of Art and Science

The Fresno Metropolitan Museum of Art and Science was a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate and American Alliance of Museums accredited museum located in downtown Fresno, California, ...

Kings County Courthouse

The Kings County Courthouse was erected after Kings County was formed; it opened in 1896. Constructed in an eclectic mix of styles in a park in the center of Hanford, it was ...


The Ramada Fresno North hotel is located next to Fresno State University. The city of Fresno is centrally located between San Francisco and Los Angeles

Convention Center, Hotel, Landmark, Motel, Public Places & Attractions, Resort

324 E Shaw Ave
Fresno   CA 93710-7610

The Market On Kern

The Market on Kern season run from May through October each year. Get ready to enjoy fresh produce and much more each Wednesday from 9am to 2pm on Kern Street. Sprout Sponsor: ...

Arts & Entertainment, Farmers Market, Food & Grocery, Market, Public Places & Attractions, Street

Kern Street (between M and N streets)
Fresno   CA 93721

Tachi Palace Slots

Thank you for visiting The Tachi Palace Slots page. Please visit our other Facebook pages. Check back often for updates on new machines and other changes to our floor. Telll ...

Casino, Landmark, Public Places & Attractions

17225 Jersey Ave
Lemoore   CA 93245

Forestiere Underground Gardens

Forestiere Underground Gardens Located at 5021 West Shaw Avenue in Fresno, California are an unusual manmade creation built by Baldasare Forestiere, an immigrant from Sicily, ...

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