Asian Cultural Center
The Asian Cultural Center is a non-profit organization that serves as an educational resource for the community at large. The center provides classes in visual arts, martial arts and self-defense, Chinese language and literature, dance, history of Asia, and other cultural programs. The building also houses several classrooms that are used by school children from all around Fresno to learn about Asian culture.
Fresno Art Museum
This museum which was originally built in 1965 expanded in 2003 with a new wing which includes gallery spaces, administrative offices, and multi-media rooms for digital art projects. Various exhibits showcasing local, as well as international talent, can be seen at this museum every year. The spring shows usually feature the works of upcoming artists while the summer show highlights the works of established artists. The museum is open to the public on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Friday nights, it hosts an extended viewing till 8 p.m for guests who want to socialize with other art enthusiasts while enjoying wine and cheese at a nominal cost.
Chukchansi Park Convention Center
Fresno’s Chukchansi Park was renovated in 2003-2004, adding more than 500 seats and a new party deck, which gives the stadium its current seating capacity of 10,000 people. The stadium also has ten luxury suites as well as 466 club seats which are ideal for major corporate outings or private parties held before the game during pre-game activities.
Edison Plaza Towers
Standing at an impressive height of 500 feet, two new towers made their appearance in Fresno’s skyline in 2003. The two office buildings are connected by a glass-enclosed pedestrian bridge which gives occupants the option of walking across if they do not wish to take elevators or escalators down to the street level. The east tower has 13 floors and is used as a corporate headquarters for Edison International while the west tower offers 28 floors and multiple high-end retail shops including several restaurants on its top floor.
Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center
The venue hosts events such as concerts, sporting events, trade shows, and other public gatherings that require a venue with seating capacity that can be scaled up or down according to count. The building also features a sixty thousand square foot exhibit hall which can be divided into two smaller halls, each with a capacity of 20,000 square feet.