California, which has been a perennial source of horror stories for many readers, is finally getting its own tour, with a special state-of-the-art series of state-by-state stops on an American tour of California.
The California Tourism and Convention Bureau announced today that the tour will begin this fall and will continue until May 2, 2022.
The first stop is the San Francisco Bay Area, where the State of California and its citizens will be visited for the first time, with an exhibition of the region’s historical treasures and other attractions.
The second stop will be the Central Valley, the birthplace of California’s Gold Rush, where visitors will see the world’s largest concentration of gold mines and the iconic San Gabriel Mountains.
The final stop will take visitors to Yosemite National Park in California’s southernmost region, where they will see what has been called the “Golden Gate of California.”
Visitors can enjoy a three-day excursion from San Francisco to San Jose and back via a private jet.
There are plans for a special show of the Golden Gate Bridge, which is still open to the public but will be closed to all other visitors.
A special edition of the state tour is available to California residents only through the State Parks of California website and through California Tourism’s online reservation system.
In addition, a California state-themed t-shirt will be available in the event of a state shutdown.
The State of San Francisco will be featured on the tour, along with many other local and regional attractions, including the California Maritime Museum, the Museum of History and Industry and the National Arboretum.
The special state tour begins on July 11 and will run through October 2.
The tour is scheduled to begin with an aerial tour of San Jose from July 20 to 26 and then travel through the city, including historic districts and historic landmarks.
The show also features a visit to the San Jose Museum of Art, a special exhibit at the Golden State Zoo and the State Capitol Building, and an extensive tour of Sacramento, with stops in Sacramento, San Jose, Berkeley, Oakland and San Diego.
Tour Highlights A tour of a portion of San Diego’s historic district: A tour will be performed in the historic district of Mission Viejo from July 23 to 28, 2019.
The event will include an aerial walk along the historic waterfront, a stop in the Golden Triangle and the historic Mission Valley area, and a visit of the historic Sacramento Museum of Arts and History.
Highlights include a guided tour of historic buildings and historic homes along the Mission Riverfront, a walk through Mission Valley Cemetery and a tour of Mission Valley Historic District.
Highlights of the San Diego area: Tour Highlights of historic neighborhoods in San Diego, including Mission Vieguos, the Mission Valley and the Mission Hills, and historic and historic-style homes along Mission Hill.
Highlights also include historic buildings, historic homes and the San Ysidro Bridge.
Highlights are expected to include the Golden Yacht Club and the Old Navy store at Mission Viejos Mission Beach and the Golden Palace Hotel at Mission Valley.
Highlights will also include a visit with the San Fernando Valley Historical Society.
A visit to historic homes in Santa Ana, including homes of the Masons, the Painted Ladies, and the Mollies, as well as the San Jacinto home of a prominent architect.
Highlights, including a visit on the roof of the Santa Ana County Museum of Fine Arts.
A tour along the San Gabriel River and the Santa Cruz River, with stop at the San Bernardino, Santa Clarita and Santa Maria Marina, as the historic San Bernardino Harbor is included.
Highlights highlight a tour in the Santa Monica Mountains and along the Santa Barbara River.
Highlights feature stops at the historic homes of Santa Barbara Mayor George W. H. Webb and the former Mayor of Santa Monica, Joe G. Staggs.
Highlights the Golden Horseshoe of California at the California Historical Society and at the Los Angeles County Museum.
Highlights an aerial view of the Sacramento Museum, including two new galleries and a display of historic homes.
Highlights highlights the historic downtown of Sacramento.
Highlights includes a tour along downtown streets and historic buildings including the historic City Hall and the Stonewall Inn.
Highlights Highlights of Sacramento include a stop at historic homes at the downtown Sacramento Historic District, including one in the Mission and another in the Capitol Hill area.
Highlights a stop along historic streets at the Sacramento Street Fair and Historic District Fairgrounds, with the Historic Sacramento History Society at the Historic Fairgrounds.
Highlights and a stop on the Golden West End Trail, a historic route along Sacramento’s waterfront.
Highlights features stops at historic neighborhoods including Mission, San Bernadino, and Los Angeles.
Highlights visit Historic Sacramento and Historic Downtown of Sacramento as well the historic Los Angeles Historic District and the Historic Downtown Historic District as part of the State’s history tour.
Highlights explore historic neighborhoods and historic properties.
Highlights tours of historic landmarks including the San Clemente Hotel, the California Theatre and the Los Alam