Area Landmarks

Lincoln Memorial Shrine

Kimberly Crest House & Garden

Kimberly Crest House & Garden

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Two hundred years after his birth, the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln continues to fascinate and inspire.  

Kimberly Crest House & Garden

Kimberly Crest House & Garden

Kimberly Crest House & Garden

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Kimberly Crest House & Gardens is a 6-¼ acre estate in Redlands, CA featuring a Victorian Chateau and Italian Renaissance styled gardens. 

The Redlands Bowl

Kimberly Crest House & Garden

A.K. Smiley Library

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Music is for Everyone. The Redlands Bowl holds the distinction of being America’s longest continuously running summer music festival where no admission is charged. 

A.K. Smiley Library

University of Redlands

A.K. Smiley Library

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 Serving the City of Redlands, California since 1894. Established in 1894, A.K. Smiley Public Library has served generations of patrons in the City of Redlands and beyond .

University of Redlands

University of Redlands

University of Redlands

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 Within easy driving distance to the beaches and the mountains, our main 160-acre residential campus in Redlands features orange groves, stunning architectural landmarks, and more than 1,700 trees. 

Redlands Market Night

University of Redlands

University of Redlands

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 Established in 1988, Redlands Market Night has established itself as one of the most successful certified farmers’ markets in Southern California.

Historical Glass Museum

Historic Downtown Redlands

Historical Glass Museum

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The Historical Glass Museum Foundation was founded in 1976 by Dixie Huckabee, and a group of interested glass collectors. It took the Foundation nine years of hard work and fundraising to open the Historical Glass Museum to the public in 1985.

Mission Asistencia

Historic Downtown Redlands

Historical Glass Museum

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The historic Asistencia is an idyllic setting of grand palms, a rustic Spanish chapel, original adobe buildings and scenic mountain views. Celebrate your next event with us, where your special occasion will become a unique piece of Redlands history.

Historic Downtown Redlands

Historic Downtown Redlands

Historic Downtown Redlands

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 Downtown Redlands is the place to do your shopping! Shops with the latest styles of home decor, up-to-the-minute clothing, skate and snowboarding merchandise, antiques, and personal services are just a sampling of what’s available to you.

Yucaipa Adobe

Arrowhead Landmark

Arrowhead Landmark

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The Yucaipa Adobe contains furnishings from the nineteenth century. Horse-drawn farm implements are exhibited outside the adobe. 

Arrowhead Landmark

Arrowhead Landmark

Arrowhead Landmark

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 One of the most famous landmarks in the Inland Empire is the Arrowhead.  Located in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains directly above the City of San Bernardino, the Arrowhead can be seen for miles around. 

Highland Springs Ranch

San Bernardino County Museum

San Bernardino County Museum

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Established in 1884, Highland Springs Ranch & Inn is Riverside County's first historical landmark. The property comprised of an organic farm, restaurant, inn and camp. Formerly a stagecoach stop, the ranch was frequented by such historical celebrities as Wyatt Earp, Ernest Hemingway and Albert Einstein.

San Bernardino County Museum

San Bernardino County Museum

San Bernardino County Museum

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The San Bernardino County Museum, in Redlands, California, is a regional museum with exhibits and collections in cultural and natural history.