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**Reservations are Highly Recommended**
**Please call ahead for Pet Friendly Activities**

**Full Body Massage:  By licensed Massage Therapist in the privacy of your own home. $85/hour per person, plus gratuity.  Reservations required.  760-522-4994

**Julian Carriage Company:  Travel the charming streets of Julian and through the scenic countryside in an    authentic, old-fashioned horse drawn carriage. Historic Tours in town, plus ½ Hour & 1 Hour Rides available 760-705-7085

**Observer’s Inn Sky Tours:  An experiences astronomer lead you through tours of Planets, Galaxies, Star Clusters, & the moon from unique mountain observatory, Reservations Required, $25 per person; also offering “Solar Tours” of our closest planet, the sun.  760-765-0088

**California Wolf Center:  Daily program includes education slide show on wolves in North America & visit with resident wolf packs.  1 ½ hour tours, Monday thru Friday $25/person private tours, Saturdays $12 per person, group tour at 1:30pm, Reservations Required.  760-765-0030

**Julian Tea & Cottage Arts: Full line of English bone china as well as porcelain, ceramic, cast iron, stainless and glass teapots, and tea accoutrements. The upper floor of the teashop, dubbed the Culinary Corner, contains an entire housewares room as well as kitchen and tea linens, aprons, table top items and our Cat Corner. Afternoon Tea served daily. (760) 765-0832   2124 Third Street,

Eagle & High Peak Mine:  Tour original Gold Mine, thru intricate Paths & Tunnels, Authentic working equipment, Tours Daily, 10:00-12:30pm, except Christmas.  $10 per person, $5 per child under 12.

Pioneer Museum:  Turn of the century collection of clothing, photographs, household & mining equipment, Dec.-Mar, Friday-Sunday, April-November, closed Mondays, $3 donation requested.

Julian Mining Company:  Discover gold & minerals using gold pans, sluice box and “rockers”.  Hayrides, U-Press cider, gift soft, raspberry picking and pumpkin patch in fall, Wynola area, 909-499-1611

Lake Cuyamaca, Rancho Cuyamaca State Park:  Picturesque lake surrounded by mountains, over 40,000 stocked rainbow trout, bass, channel cat, bluegill, crappie & sturgeon.  Motorboats, rowboats, and peddle boats available for rent.  Bait, tackle & poles also available, open seven days a week,except December & January, closed all day Wednesday & Sundays until noon.

Sky Sailing at Warner Springs:  Get a bird’s eye view of the mountains and valleys surrounding the town of Julian, glider trips with licensed & experienced pilots, rides start at $39 per person, 7 days a week. 760-782-0404

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