Murrieta Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Murrieta; our list of the best things to see, including Temecula Olive Oil Company, The Grapeline Wine Country Shuttle and [6].
  • The best place in Murrieta: Temecula Olive Oil Company

    Temecula Olive Oil Company

    Retail shop and olive oil tasting -- a unique experience with helpful hosts who are happy to explain the differences in olive oil in detail.
    food nearby
  • The Grapeline Wine Country Shuttle

    The Grapeline Wine Country Shuttle

    The most consistently recommended wine tour service, offers daily tasting tours and focuses on hospitality, comfort, and flexibility. Guides are accommodating, the shuttles are roomy, and unlike most other services, the Grapeline does not limit the winery choices to a handful of "preferred partner" wineries, so winery requests are encouraged and every trip can bring new discoveries.
    eat nearby
  • Offers daily tasting tours and focuses on hospitality, comfort, and flexibility. Guides are accommodating, the shuttles are roomy, and unlike most other services, the Grapeline does not limit the winery choices to a handful of "preferred partner" wineries, so winery requests are encouraged and every trip can bring new discoveries.
    restaurants nearby
  • The Grapeline Wine Country Shuttle,

    The Grapeline Wine Country Shuttle,

    Offers daily tasting tours and focuses on hospitality, comfort, and flexibility. Guides are accommodating, the shuttles are roomy, and unlike most other services, the Grapeline does not limit the winery choices to a handful of "preferred partner" wineries, so winery requests are encouraged and every trip can bring new discoveries.
    food nearby
  • Textures Fiber Arts Show

    Textures Fiber Arts Show

    42051 Main St, Temecula, Ca.
    Art quilts on display Oct 1, to Nov 28, 2010. Open during theater hours and other select times. Artist reception Oct 1, 2010 5:30p-7p. Outdoor quilt show Oct 2 sponsored by the Valley of the Mist Quilt Guild.
    eat nearby
  • Old Town Temecula

    just west of the I-15
    This is the oldest and most historic part of town, complete with old western architecture and charming shops and restaurants. There is a lot of new development going on and it's worth taking half a day exploring Old Town.
    restaurants nearby
  • '50s-style diners

    most located on the west side of the freeway
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Murrieta uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.