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Int. en Inglés | winter 2016

What´s new in California ?

The spotlight shines bright on California this season with a television series celebrating California's culinary appeal, new attractions, accommodation updates, destination developments and more. 

28.12.2015 14:49 |  Visit California | 

We welcome you to dream big and experience all California has to offer in the wintertime.
Bravo's Emmy and James Beard award-winning series "Top Chef" has returned to California! The season premiered on two nights – Wednesday, December 2 and Thursday, December 3 – kicking off the Cheftestants' journey across the Golden State. The current season signals a return to the place where it all began and celebrates the state's diverse culinary offerings. The program airs Thursdays at 10 p.m./9 p.m. CTS.

Known for its golden coast and sunny skies, California is also home to the longest ski and snowboarding season in North America. Snowflakes began to fall in November, prompting many of the state's winter resorts to open early in anticipation for a long snow season, which could extend into spring 2016. Additionally, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Tahoe Donner and Heavenly Mountain

Resort recently announced updates and improvements to facilities and snowmaking machines.
Just in time for the National Parks' centennial anniversary in 2016, the Yosemite region welcomes Rush Creek Lodge, the first new-build resort in more than 25 years. Located a half mile from Yosemite's Highway 120 West entrance, the lodge is now accepting reservations for June 15, 2016 and beyond. The 143-room resort will serve California mountain lodge cuisine and offer amenities such as hiking tours, outdoor bocce ball courts and zip line for kids.

One of Napa Valley's most iconic hotels is set to reopen this February as the Hotel Rutherford. Formerly the Rancho Caymus Inn, the 26-room property has undergone renovations to restore the hacienda-style architecture of this boutique hotel.

Winter visitors interested in exploring California's distinct culture and arts scene can view a variety of new attractions. Interested in California car culture? The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles will debut a $125 million renovation that includes cutting-edge technology and family-friendly features such as "augmented reality," a storytelling feature where Disney/Pixar characters from the movie "Cars" serve as teachers and guides.

The New Children's Museum in San Diego has introduced a new Eureka! exhibit where the power of creative thinking is explored through inventive art installations developed by local, regional and national artists. Exhibits and studio activities encourage visitors to discover the Golden State by digging deeper to uncover their 'aha!' moment.

Following a 235,000-square-foot expansion that more than doubled its size, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) is reopening with seven levels of exhibit space dedicated to diverse art experiences. The property will now feature 15,000 square feet of art-filled, free-access public space. Additionally, a large-scale vertical garden in a new outdoor sculpture terrace will be the biggest public living wall of native plants in San Francisco!

California's family appeal continues to grow as Disneyland Park unveiled plans for its new 14-acre Star Wars-themed land, where guests will be able to visit "a galaxy far, far away." LEGOLAND California Resort also announced the addition of NINJAGO Ninjaland and the new interactive 3-D NINJAGO ride coming in 2016. 
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