The Selland Arena – Fresno Convention Center was established in 1966 as a venue for hosting concerts, family shows as well as sporting events and is one of the most popular Fresno events attractions. Although it has a seating capacity of 11,300 this venue gets packed within a short period of time due to its high-quality sound and light system.
The Cedar View Winery was established in 1999 and is one of the most relaxing Fresno attractions. A visit to this winery would entail a ride through the vineyards followed by a sample tasting session in the tasting room. In addition this winery also organizes meetings and private parties although both require advance booking.
The Cornerstone Church is one of the important landmarks among the Fresno attractions and is an active organization which conducts morning and evening worship services on Sundays.
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The Warnor’s Center for Performing Arts is the most famous venue among the Fresno attractions to host theatrical as well as musical performances within a building which is a mix of Spanish, Moorish and Italian Renaissance Revival architecture. The main attraction at this venue is the unique pipe organ which features 14 ranks and 1035 pipes and was built in 1929 by the Robert Morton Organ Company of Van Nuys, California.
The Chateau Lasgoity is a small winery which is owned by the Lasgoity family and is one of the Fresno attractions in which one can taste as well as buy premium wines produced by a family which has been involved in the manufacture of wine through generations.
The Quady Winery was established in 1975 and like other wine related Fresno attractions this is also owned by the Quady family which holds the honor of being one of the oldest wine producing families in the city. Apart from the area in which the wine is produced and the wine cellar, this venue has a tasting room as well as a gift shop for visitors.
The Birdstone Winery is one of the Fresno attractions which are located to the east of the Madera County wine grape cultivation and it is also a family owned winery which conducts tasting sessions during the weekends in addition to hosting private parties whenever there is a booking.
The Ficklin Vineyards have been in possession of the Ficklin family since 1918 and apart from being engaged in the production of quality wines the family organizes an annual events today known as the Wine and Chocolate weekend in February in which a variety of fruits, nuts and chocolates are offered in combination with the wine tasting sessions.
The Northwest Church is a well know place of worship among all the Fresno attractions and conducts the Sunday morning worship session at various timings.
The Shinzen Japanese Gardens are spread over three acres and feature among the most peaceful of the Fresno attractions. This Asian Garden is a tribute to the four seasons that occur during the year and features within its premises a Koi Pond, a tea house with a thatched roof, meandering pathways lined with shady trees, a moon bridge and fountains all of which make it a haven of peace and tranquility.