Escondido, California: Deer Park Winery and Auto Museum

More than just wine and cars. Opened by the late real estate millionaire Robert Knapp in 1979, who had a thing for convertibles -- and antique radios, typewriters, kitchen appliances, televisions, neon signs, and Barbie dolls.

Deer Park Winery

29013 Champagne Blvd, Escondido, CA
North of town, east of I-15, just north of the Lawrence Welk Resort.
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Deer Park Winery And Car Museum

The car collection is in three buildings on the Deer Park winery property. The museum is a cool place, with a non-commercial feel to it.

[Dan Burke, 07/26/2014]

Nearby Offbeat Places

Lawrence Welk Statue and MuseumLawrence Welk Statue and Museum, Escondido, CA - < 1 mi.
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Frog RockFrog Rock, Vista, CA - 6 mi.
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Dr. Seuss and Cat in the Hat, La Jolla, CA - 25 mi.

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