Modesto, CA

Modesto, CA

THINGS TO DO IN

Modesto’s Extensive  Culinary Scene

Did you know the Modesto region is the third-largest food distribution  area in the United States? Most of the restaurants in Modesto are operated by the locals, hence the importance  of using farm-fresh ingredients in  their dishes.

McHenry Mansion and McHenry Museum

Robert McHenry, a local rancher  and banker, built the mansion in the 1880s. The mansion was added to the National Register of Historic Places  in 1978.

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park, which was created on October 1st, 1890, is the third-oldest national park in the country. The park practically doesn’t require an introduction because it’s one of the most well-known national parks on the whole globe.

Modesto Arch

The Modesto Arch is perhaps the  most well-known feature in the city; therefore, it’s worth visiting at night  to take in this architectural wonder in all its splendor. The Modesto Arch is  a commemorative arch originally constructed to welcome motorists  to Modesto. 

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