Top 8 Things To Do in Temecula Valley During Spring

As spring blossoms in bursts and blooms across Temecula Valley, a plethora of seasonal events and must-dos come alive with the season. From festivals boasting live entertainment to savings opportunities and foodie fare updating with seasonal selections, there is something for everyone to do in Temecula. Explore the Top eight things to do in Temecula Valley this spring:


Temecula Rod Run 2019

Temecula Rod Run
Mar 1-2

The Temecula Rod Run revs into action the first weekend of March as hundreds of classic cars cruise into Old Town Temecula for a two-day festival that is sure to excite car enthusiasts. A Friday night “Cruise Night” is a nostalgic nod to days gone by with over 600 cars slowly cruising, honking, and revving their engines while traveling through Temecula; live music, entertainment, and food vendors round out this exciting evening back in time. Saturday’s Car Show allows gearheads to take a peek inside vintage automobiles and street rods that have been polished, waxed, and detailed for the family-friendly event.

Chocolate Decadence and Wine Festival Pechanga Resort Casino

Pechanga Chocolate Decadence and Wine Festival
Mar 1- Mar 2

The weekend of March 1-2, 2019, brings Pechanga Resort’s 11th annual Chocolate Decadence & Wine Festival to Temecula Valley. Enjoy an array of chocolates and pastries while sampling a variety of wines, domestic sparkling wines, champagnes, spirits and dessert wines along with live music. Purchase Tickets Here

Bluegrass Festival

Temecula Bluegrass Festival
April 12 - 14

The soulful sounds of Blue Grass will waft through the Temecula Valley from April 12-14, where visitors won’t want to miss the Temecula Valley Bluegrass Festival. This event helps raise funding for local school music programs and scholarships for deserving young music students. Purchase Tickets


Meet A Brewmaster

Meet a Brewmaster

Temecula’s brewery scene is hopping, pun very much intended. With a Temecula Valley ale trail taking shape with prestigious and award-winning brews (including IPAs, stouts, lagers, and pilsners), the scene is hip and exciting, but still small enough to allow for unique meetups and Q&As with local brewmasters at local craft breweries. Consider visiting Temecula’s breweries this May with the return of Craft Brew Month, where participating breweries celebrate the month by offering specials and live events for the beer-lover.


Wine Dine and Painting

Be Entertained in Wine Country

Think wine tasting is just about sips? Think again. Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country hosts a myriad of live events, including an impressive lineup this spring. Don your artist’s hat with Art & Vino class with friends, take a behind-the-scenes tour into the process of wine making, or enjoy live music in the vineyards on select evenings. Happy hour opportunities, tasting packages, and prix-fixe menus make wine tasting a complete epicurean experience.

Temecula Valley Foodie

Be a Foodie and Dine in Old Town

Foodies, prepare to fall in love with Old Town Temecula. From hip restaurants serving up local ingredient and artisanal offerings, homemade ethnic cuisine, farm-to-table pub dining, slow-food eateries, and even secret speakeasies, Old Town is a foodie haven. The walkable district features a variety of unique, independent and original restaurants that are serving up Spring’s freshest ingredients in instagrammable dishes. 

Pet Friendly Accomodations

Don’t Forget Fido, Explore Pet Friendly Lodging

A spring getaway wouldn’t be complete without man’s best friend. Thankfully, Temecula Valley hotels and resorts offer best-in-class services and amenities for pet-friendly travel making it easy for pet moms and dads to get away with ease. Want a room with a pet bed? Temecula has it. In-room treats and room service? Yup. Luxury pet check-in? You bet. Let Temecula hotels and resorts welcome you and your fur baby to the kind of pampering, service, and amenities you both deserve.

Temecula Valley Wine Tasting

Weekday Wine Tasting Special

Did the winter-time blues get you down? Bring back the spring break you grew up loving with a mid-week stay in Temecula that boasts an exclusive money-saving special on the wine tasting you crave. Available for midweek use only, the SIP Temecula Weekday Passport gives you the chance to taste award-winning wines from a variety of Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country vineyards with fewer crowds and fewer dollars. Passport holders also gain access to special opportunities in addition to standard wine tasting flights at five of 25 participating wineries.

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Flowers are blooming now! You will find them near Annata Bistro/Bar at Mount Palomar. See the Mount Palomar Winery Instagram account for updates. Enjoy more spring flowers in March and April. The garden area has gorgeous views. 

Flowers are dormant now, however they tend to bloom between March and April. See our Instagram account for updates. It's always a surprise every year but worth it! You can also find wisteria blooms at Miramonte Winery, Robert Renzoni Winery and Lorimar Winery

Rose Haven Heritage Garden

This hidden gem is located at 30592 Jedediah Smith Rd, Temecula, CA 92592. This garden is open to the public and it offers many rose varities, walking paths, picnic tables, and a small pond. The views from the gazebo at the top of the hill are amazing. The best time to visit is April!

Sitting high atop Temecula's breathtaking wine country, Callaway Vineyards and Winery is one of our favorite locations to take sunset pictures! The views are amazing! The property also has plenty of roses and flowers that bloom in spring. Typically they last until late summer. We highly recommend dining at their Meritage Restaurant.