Fairfield, California, is conveniently located between San Francisco and Sacramento, just outside of idyllic Napa, Green, and Suisun valleys. Fairfield’s proximity to some of California’s most famous cities makes it an ideal location for a hub-and-spoke itinerary, allowing clients to experience some of the state’s top attractions without the inconvenience and hassle of moving hotels. The most popular destinations are the Suisun Valley’s beautiful wineries and tasting rooms, award-winning olive oils, the Jelly Belly Factory, a growing craft beer community, gorgeous outdoor parks, championship golf courses, and natural marshes with a rich history dating back hundreds of years.
Fairfield is located just 15 miles from Napa Valley, home to some of the best wines in the world. Schedule tastings and tours at any of this rustic region’s more than 12 wineries and vineyards. Travelers can enjoy views of rolling green hills as they sip and savor the varietal of their choice.
Even if your group travelers have been to this region before, there’s always something new to discover. Bally Keal Estate, which opened in 2023, is a true tour trifecta as the country’s only tasting room with a distillery, brewery, and winery. In addition to tastings, groups can explore the property’s car museum and event center. Caymus-Suisun, a sister location to nearby Napa Valley’s world-famous Caymus, opened in 2022 and features a new state-of-the-art building, winery, and retail store. Northern California’s wine scene is always evolving and sure to impress wine connoisseurs and novices alike.
Fairfield’s food scene is noteworthy, too. Feed your belly and your soul with delicious international dining and warm hospitality. Lauded group-friendly eateries include Mankas Grill, Two60, The Landing at Village 360, and various other delectable downtown restaurants. In Fairfield, there’s something to satisfy the tastes of every group traveler.
Outside of wining and dining your group, Fairfield has a variety of attractions to interest all ages. Ride a historic streetcar at the Western Railway Museum or a sit in a vintage military vehicle at the American Armory Museum. Hike the tidal brackish marsh at Rush Ranch and marvel at the native wildlife. Groups with a sweet tooth can tour the Jelly Belly Factory and get an up-close look at the wonders of candy manufacturing. Art aficionados can appreciate the craftsmanship of local artisans or take in a live theatrical performance. There’s plenty of golfing, antiquing, and shopping to be done as well.
The Visit Fairfield team is ready to help make your next California group tour the best one yet. They provide customized brochures, itinerary recommendations, hotel assistance, and more personalized services to make trip planning a breeze.
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