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Cannery Row is the Central Coast’s premier visitor destination. Home to some of the most luxurious hotels, world-class restaurants, boutiques & galleries, spas, premium wine tasting & exciting recreation Monterey has to offer, including the best...more
All reviews lots of shops john steinbeck tourist area bubba gumps fish hopper touristy shops nice walk candy stores walk around monterey aquarium wine tasting fisherman's wharf few hours great place to visit sardines seafood stroll
A great place full of history - The shopping is great with unique local places as well as some with a larger reputation. Great restaurants with all types of cuisine. I like that many offer outdoor seating with a view
Cannery Row is for tourists. There's a nice selection of restaurants for lunch or dinner and lots of little shops for standard souvenirs and there's stuff for kids and families to do. There are also crowd and construction. I don't regret going, but I am...More
While heading up highway 1 we stopped here to explore, I wasn't sure what to expect due to all the mixed TA reviews, but we really liked what they've done with this area. I thought there was a great mix of things to do and...More
There was a time when filling historic warehouses with eating and drinking establishments was considered novel. Not anymore. every city has a similar district now, filled with bars and drunks. This street is particularly odious as it serves as a money cachement area for all...More
This restored cannery area has the architecture of a long past industry of Sardines, but now is a tourist focused shopping area. The aquarium at the end of the road is one of the best in the world. Many of the food options and candy...More
Another seaside tourist location. Lots of clam chowder and souvenirs to choose from.
A few decent restaurants to choose from, mostly seafood and high menu prices.
Beautiful views and delightful barking seals.
Worth a visit if you’re curious!
Response from Michael E | Reviewed this property |
There is street parking if you're lucky, and there is a parking structure. I don't think the structure would work for an RV though. The whole area is pretty congested, but you should be able to find a place on the street if... More
There is street parking if you're lucky, and there is a parking structure. I don't think the structure would work for an RV though. The whole area is pretty congested, but you should be able to find a place on the street if you don't mind walking a little. I would go early and try to beat the crowds.
There is a parking structure that fills up by midday but if you get there when he acquiring open's or before noon you should be able to find a spot. Can't remember how much it costs but it's about a quarter mile walk from... More
There is a parking structure that fills up by midday but if you get there when he acquiring open's or before noon you should be able to find a spot. Can't remember how much it costs but it's about a quarter mile walk from the parking structure to the aquarium and that takes you through part of cannery row. Otherwise street parking is hit or miss. Depending on what hotel you stay at there are plenty of great walking trails if you don't mind getting lots of steps in!