Sensorio, Agri-Tourism and Outdoor Adventure Are Open for Business
Are you looking for family fun or a romantic retreat? Paso Robles and Sensorio are open and ready for your visit. With COVID-19 guidelines in place, you can plan three days in Paso Robles: immersive art, farm-to-fork cuisine, local craft beverages, and outdoor adventure. The region is open and ready for either a long romantic weekend or a fun-filled family experience.
Bruce Munro: Field of Light at Sensorio
Bruce Munro: Field of Light at Sensorio has been extended to January 3, 2021. Sensorio has also expanded the weekly event schedule to include both Thursday and Sunday night. Watch the sunset while enjoying local food and craft beverages. Then, stroll through the 15 acres as 58 thousand solar-powered lights appear across the landscape. As we write this story, over 17 thousand photos appear on social media with the tag #FieldOfLight.
“This was magical…An incredible visual immersion” –wrote Field Of Light visitor Nathan C on Instagram.
Go behind the scenes of Field of Light and learn about the 30- year history behind this immersive art exhibit by Bruce Munro. This is a family-friendly experience. It can be a special date night…the sparkling lights have been the backdrop to quite a few proposals!
Sensorio adheres to strict CDC guidelines. You can read about the visitor experience and purchase tickets on our website, SensorioPaso.com.
While waiting for your sunset visit to Sensorio, here are a few ideas to fill your day in Paso Robles.
The Wine of Paso Robles
You will enjoy a taste of local wine while watching the sunset at Sensorio. You will also want to make time to visit the 350+ wineries and tasting rooms in the Paso Robles region. As you plan your visit, read about our wineries and their response to opening during the COVID crisis.
Perhaps, you will add to your California wine collection during your three-day visit. Or you may want to pair a tasting flight with local cheese. With the diversity of local wine, any wine enthusiast will find exploring the many vineyards and wineries a memorable experience.
The robust wine industry is not the only agri-tourism draw to the community. Many of the regional farms are open to the public. Spend your days exploring local farms and enjoying farm-to-fork cuisine. You will find everything from BBQ to brunch. If you are looking for ideas for the best Take-Out in the area, read this popular local blog. Pick up some local favorites, pack a picnic, and find a place to enjoy the rolling hills of Paso.
Browse farm markets, collect recipes, and purchase locally-made products to take home. Paso Robles is a foodie’s dream. You will find farm markets, with artisan products, open four days a week in Paso Robles. When visiting for the weekend, be sure to check out the Saturday morning market at Templeton Park.
Wine is not the only craft beverage you will find in Paso. When you visit Sensorio, you will find local craft beer served at our bar from Firestone Walker Brewing Company. For craft beer fans, it is easy to create a beer tour (or beer and wine tour) of the region.
As you wait for your Bruce Munro: Field of Light experience, how about planning an adventure-packed day? Paso has the adventure to fit any ability or lifestyle.
If you enjoy spending time outdoors, the options are endless in the Paso Robles area. Hike or horseback ride on trails, bicycle through town, or paddle your kayak. The region is perfect for outdoor adventure lovers.
If you are planning a family weekend, you may want to include some cowboys. Yes, you will also find those in the area—and some are even winemakers too.
Book Your Visit
First, book your tickets for Bruce Munro: Field of Light at Sensorio, and then plan your long weekend visit. Tickets are available throughout the remainder of 2020.
To assist with booking your visit, Sensorio is partners with three local lodging options. To receive a special Sensorio discount, visit our website, SensorioPaso.com and click on any of the three hotel logos.
Also, for planning your visit, download the Paso Robles Visitor’s Guide at TravelPaso.com. The team at Sensorio Paso looks forward to seeing you in Paso Robles this Fall.