- Our list of the best things to do in Fresno, California, features the top 93 nearby activities — including 31 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Fresno, CA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Food & Drink, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 36 things to do within the city of Fresno, CA , followed by 51 popular activities in nearby cities, including Clovis and Madera
Candles & Wine Productions - Vampire's Ball at Full Circle Brewery 620 F Street, Fresno, CA MoreLess Info
Participansts can enjoy a night of gothic revelry and entertainment filled with dancing, elegant costumes, and creepy crawling creatures
Fresno Chaffe Zoo is a popular getaway for wildlife enthusiasts and families. For a reasonable entry fee, you can watch a variety of animals such as orangutans, sting rays, giraffes and sea lions. They also allow you to pet and feed certain animals for a fee.
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1226 North Wishon Avenue, Fresno, CA 93728 MoreLess Info
A wide range of shows are offered at Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre, including musicals. Shows are conducted almost every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday throughout the month with select special events on holidays.
Shinzen Japanese Garden was built as a sign of friendship for the Sister city of Fresno, Kochi. It houses different annual events, such as The Spring Blossom festival, the Floating Lantern ceremony and the Shinzen Cultural Faire.
The unusual Forestiere Underground Gardens are located in Fresno, California. Visitors descend into an intricate series of subterranean rooms and passages that are filled with fruit trees, gorgeous flowers and succulent greenery. Many of the trees are almost a hundred years old.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Kearney Mansion Museum is a Fresno landmark and an excellent example of the French renaissance architectural style. Both houses on the property now belong to the museum and are open to visitors.
Named for benefactor Ralph Woodward, Woodward Park is situated on 300 acres that includes a lake and a bird sanctuary. The park provides an amphitheater, children's playgrounds, a dog park, picnic facilities and five miles of multipurpose trails.
The Fresno Philharmonic hosts a variety of concerts, including those which features pianos, guitars, and violins. A Fresno State professor, Benjamin Boone, also offers an interactive presentation one hour before each concert.