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DISCOVER MODESTO
Water, Wealth, Contentment, Health


Modesto is a vibrant community proud of its citizens, great traditions, educational opportunities, and multicultural lifestyles. Modesto is blessed year round with mild weather and some of the world's richest soil.

Modesto offers the diversity and facilities of a metropolitan city, but still maintains an atmosphere of old fashioned hospitality. Modesto is the 16th largest city in California with a population exceeding 210,000 people and is also the seat of Stanislaus County.

Centrally located on Highway 99, Modesto is easily accessible from throughout California. West of the valley and over the coastal mountain range lies the San Francisco Bay Area, a 90-mile drive from Modesto. Eastward are the foothills that house the famed Gold Country “Mother Lode” and lead to the majestic Sierra Nevada mountain range and Yosemite National Park.

Modesto is located in the heart of one of the greatest agricultural areas of our nation - the San Joaquin Valley. Dairy products, nuts, fruits, wine grapes and poultry products are some of our top commodities. Join us in early spring to enjoy the delightful sights and smells of orchards in blossom. Visit here in the summer or fall harvest seasons and "taste Modesto" at our Farmers Market or at roadside produce stands.

Please take of advantage of our many amenities. Play a round of golf, picnic in one of our many parks, explore our antique shops or visit one of our museums. If you are a little more adventurous try near by river rafting, hiking or jet skiing. Whatever you choose you will have the opportunity to enjoy all that Modesto has to offer.

McHenry Mansion
906 15th Street, Modesto (209) 577-5344
Built in 1883 by Robert McHenry. Today the Mansion is one of Modesto's favorite tourist sites. Gift shop.

McHenry Museum
1402 I St., Modesto (209) 577-5366
Located a block away from the McHenry Mansion, the McHenry Museum building was originally the city library.

Great Valley Museum of Natural History
1100 Stoddard Ave., Modesto (209) 575-6196
Learn about the animals and plants that live in California's unique Central Valley.

Castle Air Museum
Santa Fe Drive west of Buhach Road, Atwater (209) 723-2178
Currently more than 45 aircraft are on display!

Sierra Railroad
220 S Sierra Ave., Oakdale (209) 848-2100

Modesto’s Historic State Theatre
(209) 527-4697
Now a recognized Landmark Preservation Site by the City of Modesto. This beautiful Art Deco Style Theater
now plays host to a variety of live concerts and productions, as well as cutting edge independent films.

The Fat Cat Music House and Lounge
A beautiful 30’s era music house featuring live music, comedy, and disco bands. Dance the night away or enjoy
a quiet drink in front of the fire, this club has something for everyone.

Gallo Center for the Arts.
84,000 square foot center will feature two theaters one accommodating 1,200 and the other 400.The Gallo Center
is an outstanding community asset, setting a new standard for all arts, education and entertainment in the Central Valley.
Regional artists and performers will produce shows of a style, size and quality never deemed possible in the past.
 
POINTS OF INTEREST

Modesto Arch
9th & I streets
The Modesto Arch, built in 1912, was inspired by the Modesto Business Men's Association as an Ornamental and Electric Arch across I Street

Southern Pacific Depot
9th & J streets
Constructed in 1915 in Mission style, this facility now serves as the city's transportation center.

El Viejo Post Office
1125 I St.
Built during the Great Depression of the 1930s, it contains a series of historic murals in its lobby, depicting Modesto's agricultural life.

American Graffiti Cruising Loop
9th & 10th streets (between G & K streets)
The popular film American Graffiti was based on producer George Lucas' boyhood experiences in Modesto, where cruising was a teenager's way of life in the late '50s and early '60s. The popular cruising loop of the 50's and 60's was 9th and 10th streets in downtown.

Lucas Plaza Statue
Intersection of Downey, 17th Street, McHenry Ave. and J St
At the five points intersection, this bronze statue features two teenagers from the early '60s leaning against the fender of a '57' Chevrolet.

McClatchy Square
15th & I streets
This quarter-acre park is home to "The Paper Boy," a bronze statue of a young boy delivering copies of "The Bee' with a dog at his side. Also in the park is the Gallo Rose Garden.
 



209-529-4750  ▪  Fax: 209 577-8146

2225 Yosemite Blvd ▪ Modesto, CA 95354

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