Author: Norma Marlowe

TEMECULA, California – November 30, 2023 – Visit Temecula Valley is celebrating the holiday season with a new digital pass program that gives food enthusiasts, visitors, and residents instant access

Whether sipping a glass of wine in a beautiful vineyard, finding that perfect pumpkin, or getting lost in a massive corn maze, there’s no end to fun autumn activities and celebrations in Temecula

Visit Temecula Valley issued the results of its 2023 Resident Sentiment Tourism Survey, which examines how the residents of Temecula feel about various aspects of tourism. Survey results show that

Left to Right: Scott A. Wilson, President/CEO, Visit Temecula Valley; Cathy Hitz, Wilson Creek Winery; Sharon Bonham, Grape Escape Balloon Adventure; Arian Kemp, 1882 Cantina at Pechanga Resort

Best Places to Pop the Question in Temecula Valley

Wednesday, February 8, 2023 2:00 PM by Norma Marlowe

With its fairy-tale vineyards and gorgeous rolling hills, Temecula is a fantastic destination for fun and romance. Couples looking for a memorable experience with a flawless backdrop will find no

Visit Temecula Valley (VTV), the region’s official destination tourism and marketing organization, today announced its 2023 Board of Directors, which includes newly appointed and reappointed leaders

That crisp chill in the air can mean only one thing: the holidays are right around the corner! It is almost time for Temecula Chilled, a magical winter festival that captures the warmth, beauty, and

The City of Temecula will unveil its Old Town Temecula Utility Box Art Project, a public art display featuring unique and colorful pieces from local artists, at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday,

4th Street Garage, a well-established classic car repair shop in Old Town Temecula, is expanding to give the public a unique opportunity to enjoy a meal surrounded beautiful classic cars. The city’s

Visit Temecula Valley announced that it is adding three new positions to its roster in order meet the growing needs of the organization as tourism bounces back to pre-COVID 19 levels.

Annette Brown,