Fallbrook, CA Attractions/Novelties/Interesting Items

Attractions by Subject

Animals
Food-related
Architecture
Bridges Windmachines
Buildings Windmills
Houses Other
Mailboxes  
Historical Places
Art
      Exhibits
      Murals
      Sculptures
Pleasant Surroundings
      Flowers and Fields
      Natural Areas
Commercial
Views
Festivals and Other Yearly Events
Other

This page attempts to list all of the many interesting places to go and things to see in the Fallbrook area. This page is definitely incomplete, and needs your contributions to finish it. Please email me to let me know of other items to add to the list, as well as corrections or additional information about the items on the list.

I have organized the places by subject area below, and will someday locate each of them on a map, to make it easier to find all the attractions in a given area. Many references come from The Enterprise (abbreviated Ent below) and the North County Times (NCT), and are cited in those cases, along with a few from the San Diego Union-Tribune (SDUT).

Some of the topics listed in the table above have been moved to separate pages in order to keep the size of this page small. Click on the link in the table of contents above, or on their placeholder below, to reach them.

Also see Nearby Attractions

Animals

See also Rawhide Ranch.

Architecture

Art

Rally for Children is an organization devoted to the healthy growth of children. They want to help not only those who may be abused, neglected or in need, but also to enrich the lives of children by funding special programs. It was founded in 1993 by 53 women, grew to 162 in 2000, and has donated over $65,000 to benefit local children by January 2000.

Rally for Children sponsors two public events annually: a fund-raiser, Art in Bloom and a benefit, Arts in the park. See Calendar of Yearly Events for the times of those events.

Call President B.J. Maus for more information at 760 723-2497.

The Arts in the Park is held in late April or early May, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Live Oak Park, and was created especially for children. Activities include watercolor painting, rug hooking, paper hat making, clay creating, paper bag puppet design and doll making. Demonstrations of the potter's wheel, chair caning, "quickie" portrait painting, silk ribbon embroidery, martial arts and jewelry making will occur. There will also be numerous live performances by bands, dancers, and musicians. Best of all: it's free!

Sources: Ent, 5/1/97, B3; NCT 1/23/00; VN 2/17/00, 3.

Exhibits

Murals

Sculptures

Commercial

Festivals and Other Yearly Events

Food-related

Historical Places

Pleasant Surroundings

Views

Other


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