- Our list of the best things to do in Solvang, California, features the top 188 nearby activities — including 71 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Solvang, CA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Outdoor Places, Tours, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 37 things to do within the city of Solvang, CA , followed by 151 popular activities in nearby cities, including Los Olivos, Lompoc, Santa Ynez, Goleta, Santa Barbara and Santa Maria
Patrons enjoy outdoor performances at the Solvang Festival Theater in Solvang, California. In addition to musicals and straight play, the Theater also hosts concerts and is available for conventions and other event rentals.
Located in Solvang, California, Rusack Vineyards is a small-batch winery that uses a combination of its own grapes and fruit from neighboring vineyards. The drive to Rusack Vineyards is beautiful and usually includes sightings of American bison.
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Visitors are welcome in the tasting room of the Rideau Vineyard in Solvang, California. The winery is cradled in the scenic Santa Ynez Valley and produces wine from Rhone grapes.
Bikers and enthusiasts will appreciate the varied collection at Solvang Vintage Motorcycle Museum. Motorcycles range from 1910 to present models, featuring displays of vintage and rare motorcycles, with emphasis placed on racing models.
Nestled in Solvang, California, the Carhartt Vineyard & Winery is home to one of the tiniest tasting rooms in the world. The rustic wooden shed fits only three or four people, but most patrons prefer to enjoy their wine in the surrounding garden, which is much larger.
Established and maintained by the Roman Catholic Church, the Old Mission Santa Ines is located in Solvang, California. It is over 200 years old. The Mission is an active Catholic parish and is a center of Franciscan monasticism.
Solvang, California is home to the Elverhoj Museum, dedicated to Danish culture. Solvang was originally a Danish settlement, and many Danes still live in the area. This museum is especially fascinating in wintertime.