Gallo Center for the Arts
In Modesto, the Gallo Center for the Arts has long been a top venue. It features national touring artists as well as local, regional, and regional talent.
The State Theatre
The State Theatre is located in the heart of Modesto's renovated downtown, which also includes a variety of eateries, art galleries, and civic centers.
Graffiti Summer is a one-month-long celebration of the Central Valley's antique vehicle scene. The weekend-long Graffiti Summer Festival is one of the festival's main draws.
John Thurman Field
It serves as the home field for the California League's Modesto Nuts baseball team and is mostly used for baseball.
A Victorian-Italianate historical home museum. The museum has a ton of images, objects, and displays.
The oldest city park in Modesto is Graceada Park. Playgrounds, a splash pad, and grass spaces keep the community coming to this public area.
Tuolumne River Regional Park
With hiking paths and a ton of open space to explore, it's a well-liked place to get outside and away from the city.
The museum, one of the most well-liked tourist destinations in the area, features exhibits with images, photos, and historical artifacts relevant to the development of Modesto.
With a variety of cafés and pubs around, many of which provide live music in the evenings, this is also the spot to go if you're looking for some nightlife.
George Lucas Plaza
The statue honors George Lucas's career, his movie American Graffiti, and Modesto's cruising history.