Things to Do

Volcano Theatre Company

The Volcano Theatre Company started in 1974 with the debut of ‘Prisoner of Second Avenue’ by Neil Simon. It is a community theatre located in Volcano, California, producing 5 shows per year. The amphitheatre hosts two plays during the summer, where you can see shows while enjoying a picnic under the stars. The Cobblestone Theatre, the indoor venue, is the smallest fixed seat theatre in California. For more information visit the website: Volcano Theatre Company.

Black Chasm Cavern
This spectacular, living cave is decorated with a huge variety of natural formations, including profuse arrays of rare and distinctive, sparkling helictites. This cave has been developed using an ecologically friendly platform, stairs and walkway system that enhances rather than detracts from the underground experience. The trail system keeps visitors off the fragile floor of the cave while affording them spectacular views. Black Chasm was named a National Natural Landmark in 1976 by the National Park Service for its outstanding displays of rare helictite formations. For more information visit the website: Black Chasm Cavern.
Amador County Chamber of Commerce
Visit the Amador County Chamber of Commerce website Event page for a plethora of other “Things To Do” around Amador County. Stroll through antique shops and art galleries, visit local wineries, a diverse mix of indoor and outdoor fun!!!
Amador Flower Farm
Amador Flower Farm offers nearly 1000 daylily varieties in pots all year at the Flower Farm itself, which is nestled in beautiful Shenandoah Valley, California, among world-renowned wineries and historic gold-mining towns, only an hour from Sacramento. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy their lovely picnic areas under Heritage Oak trees. In addition to the endless varieties of daylilies, their Gift Shop offers a wide variety of gardening, gift and statuary items. For more information visit the website: Amador Flower Farm.
Amador Vintners
Where gold once reigned, some forty wineries now produce a new treasure: superb wines which have earned Amador County international acclaim. The 40 wineries comprising the Amador Vintners Association are dedicated to producing premium-quality wines that offer distinctive regional character. This character can also be seen in each winery’s genuine brand of hospitality! To learn more about each of the wineries, call 209-245-6992 or toll free 888-655-8614 or visit their website: Amador Vintners.
Farm to Glass Tours – Vino Noceto
A fun and informative tour which follows this family-run winery in beautiful Amador County from the vineyard to the bottle at Vino Noceto. Take a 45 minute stroll while tasting six Noceto wines! Tours depart 11:00 am, 1:00 pm, and 3:00 pm daily starting at the little red barn!

To book a tour or for more information call 209-245-6556 or visit the website: Vino Noceto.