Old Town Temecula
Old Town Temecula shops are open. Restaurants are open for takeout orders. Old Town Community Theater, Temecula Valley Museum, and Pennypickle's Workshop Temecula Children's Museum are currently closed under the Stay-At-Home Order.
Old Town Temecula combines the region’s storied past and its exciting up-and-coming future in a unique blend of shops, restaurants, hotels, entertainment, and event opportunities in one walkable, easy-to-navigate hub for visitors to explore.
Take a step back in time as you walk the wooden boardwalks past rustic western-era buildings, antique shops, and specialty boutiques featuring Temecula-made artisan goods, or explore the most up-to-date trends including sampling pints at craft breweries, attending outdoor festivals, grabbing a bite of local, farm-to-table dining, or dancing to live music at bars and unique outdoor venues.
History buffs can wander the streets of Old Town Temecula viewing rustic buildings, sidewalks, and storefronts reminiscent of our historic golden west in the 1880s. Old Town Temecula has it all.