Self-guided tours around Vista launches first episode about historical and arts district

Vista Made Tours, a free podcast series focused on self-guided tours featuring popular arts, historical and cultural destinations within the City of Vista, launched today with Episode 1:  Downtown Vista’s Arts & Historical District.

 The podcast is available on iTunes, Spotify or wherever listeners get their podcasts.  The show also is available at

 In Episode 1, the tour highlights Downtown Vista’s extensive public art scene, including punk art installations, Kites over Vista sculptures and historical murals.  More than a dozen interviews about Downtown’s eclectic range of businesses also are featured throughout the 1-hour narrated trek that encompasses a 1-mile loop.

 Additional episodes are under production focused on Vista’s popular craft beer, spirits and wine makers, and other dining, art and music venues.

 The Vista Made program features innovative businesses and entrepreneurs based in Vista, Calif. The program includes video stories, podcasts and events sponsored by the City of Vista as part of its proactive outreach to support local businesses recovering from the pandemic crisis.

The Districts



Rich with Vista’s heritage including Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum, Rancho Guajome Adobe and Vista Skate Park


Easy Hwy. 78 access to commercial district of shops and restaurants including the famous Vista Farmer’s Market


Vista’s “walk-around” Downtown Arts District featuring theaters, restaurants, six craft breweries, dozens of independent shops, music venues and public art everywhere


Home to many of Vista’s famous craft beverage spots including beer, wine, kombucha, hard seltzer along with many onsite restaurants