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MAKE HISTORIC REDLANDS YOUR NEXT DAY OR WEEKEND ADVENTURE

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Welcome to Historic Redlands, founded in 1881
and incorporated in 1888. Located sixty-five miles
Southeast of Los Angeles and forty-five miles Northwest of Palm Springs,
Redlands is noted for its
lovely Victorian homes,
century old tree lined streets, museums, quiet public parks,

cultural arts, and summer programs at the Redlands Bowl.

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REDLANDS GARDEN CLUB

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MUST SEE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

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LINCOLN MEMORIAL SHRINE

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LINCOLN MEMORIAL SHRINE


The Lincoln Memorial Shrine is the only museum and archives
dedicated to the study of Abraham Lincoln and the American Civil War
west of the Mississippi River. Its extensive collection of manuscripts,
diaries, images and artifacts is maintained by the
Special Collections Division of Smiley Library.

Tuesday-Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m..

Located in Smiley Park, behind the A. K. Smiley Library. 909-798-7632

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KIMBERLY CREST HOUSE AND GARDENS

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KIMBERLY CREST HOUSE

Kimberly Crest House and Gardens, built in 1897,
is a French Chateau overlooking the
majestic San Bernardino valley.


Acres of terraced gardens, citrus trees,
and Koi pond make this a must see site.

 Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Drive south on Orange/Cajon to 1325 Prospect Drive.

909-792-2111

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A. K. SMILEY PUBLIC LIBRARY

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A. K. SMILEY LIBRARY

A. K. Smiley Library features Moorish ‘mission’ style architecture,
designed by T. R. Griffin in 1887. Gargoyles, griffins,
and many oak carvings enhance the interior
of this California h
istoric landmark.

Monday-Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.,
Wednesday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., 
   Friday-Saturday 9:00 a.m. -  5:00 p.m.,         
Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

125 Vine Street, 909-798-7565

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UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS

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The University of Redlands is a private liberal arts and sciences university, consistently
ranked among the best universities in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

Since its founding in 1907, the university has been committed to a mission that emphasizes
academic rigor, personal development and interdisciplinary studies.

The university welcomes visitors to our beautiful 160-acre campus. There's plenty to see
and do on campus: catch a sporting event, watch a student performance,
attend a guest lecture – or just walk around campus and soak up the sun.

If you're planning to apply for admission to the university's College of Arts and Sciences
you are encouraged to call in advance to schedule a tour or interview,
(800) 455-5064. For more information on campus events and conference
and guest services, please contact Hospitality Services at (909) 748-8116.

MAKE THE UNIVERSITY A MUST SEE SITE WHEN YOU'RE IN REDLANDS.

 
 
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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. Special
exhibits, the Exploration Station live animal discovery
center, extensive research collections, and public
programs for adults, families, students, and children
are all part of the museum experience. 

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SAN BERNARDINO ASISTENCIA MISSION

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This branch of San Gabriel Mission was constructed
about 1830 on the San Bernardino Rancho. During the
1840's, its buildings were used by Jose del Carmen
Lugo as part of his rancho grant. Later, after its
sale to the Mormons, it was occupied by Bishop Tenney
in the 1850's, and by Dr. Benjamin Barton in the
1860's. Its restoration was completed in 1937 by the
Works Progress Administration, assisted by the San
Bernardino County Historical Society.

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REDLANDS BOWL SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL
 
REDLANDS COMMUNITY MUSIC ASSOCIATION

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REDLANDS BOWL

The Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival takes place each summer
from late June through August, on Tuesday and Friday,
with 18-20 programs in diverse musical genres offered nights.

It is the oldest continuous music festival in
the United States at which no admission is charged.

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REDLANDS SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION   

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The mission of the Redlands Symphony is to
 entertain and educate listeners of all ages by presenting
 live performances at the highest artistic standard.
 
 Consistent  with this goal, the Redlands Symphony is
committed to  maintaining a comprehensive educational
 outreach  program in its role as cultural ambassador to the
 Inland Empire.

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REDLANDS ART ASSOCIATION

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The Redlands Art Association (RAA) is a 501(c)(3)
organization that was founded in 1964 to encourage and
support the visual arts in the City of Redlands and
neighboring communities.  It is an all-volunteer
organization encouraging membership not only of
artists, but people who appreciate and support the
arts.  We offer Classes and Programs to the
public and encourage and support one of the largest
Fine Arts Galleries in the Inland Empire open to the
public free of charge.

 Monday-Saturday, 10:00  a.m.- 5:00 p.m. 

215 E. State St. - 909-792-8435

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Foundation for the Arts serving the Los Angeles & Inland Empire.
 
Art from Scratch started Foundation for the Arts, in
 2009, to provide individual artists, from the Los Angeles
and Inland Empire, the ability to proudly show their work.

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REDLANDS FOOTLIGHTERS
P.O. Box 444, Redlands, CA. 92373

    Redlands Footlighters is a community theater celebrating it's 64th season.  It is an all volunteer organization
that produces five to six shows a year. It is the only nonsubsidized community theater in Southern California. 
 
It has a seating capacity of 200 with a center stage that can utilize a turn table on one end, for scenery change, as
needed. 
 

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All Concerts are at the University of Redlands

Frederick Loewe Performance Hall
1200 Colton Ave., Redlands, CA 92372

Ticket prices: $80.00 season subscription - $20.00 individual concerts
*Music students admitted free of charge

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LifeHouse Theater celebrates its fifteenth season as an Inland Empire attraction with gratitude
to the thousands of families who share in and support LifeHouse Productions. Independently incorporated by
Wayne Scott as a non-profit theater company in 1993, LifeHouse is unique in the nation.

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REDLANDS SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
 

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The Performance Loft is proud to offer to its participants
 and to the Redlands community a dynamic variety of events
that enrich the cultural fabric of our city and help us all to
experience the unusual in a vibrant and creative way.

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REDLANDS HORTICULTURAL & IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY

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RHIS is a group of more than 240 people who love and enjoy plants of all kinds. Most members enjoy growing flowers, shrubs, and trees. Nearly all of our members have home gardens both large and small. 

 

If you have a special interest in, or just enjoy plants and flowers, you are cordially invited to attend our Redlands Horticultural and Improvement Society General Meetings.

 

RHIS holds its General Meetings during the months of September through June, on the 3rd Thursday of the month, at 7:00 p.m. at the Church of the Nazarene, 1307 E. Citrus Ave., Redlands, CA.

 

 
 
 
 

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 Sub-groups that meet regularly include the Old House Group and Genealogy Society.
The Redlands Area Historical Society, Inc., publishes the Redlands Chronicles 

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REDLANDS CAMERA CLUB

 

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The Redlands Camera Club (RCC) was founded in 1896 
as a nonprofit photographic organization.

The objective of the Redlands Camera Club is to encourage the photographic enthusiast
in the enjoyment and improvement of their photography.

 

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REDLANDS CONSERVANCY

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Redlands Conservancy is a member of the Land Trust
 Alliance, California Council of Land Trusts, Southern
 California Open Space Council, American Trails,
 Rails-to-Trails, Inland Watershed Information Network
and National Trust for Historic Preservation.

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REDLANDS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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The mission of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce
is to serve our members as an advocate of business
 throughout the greater Redlands area, at all levels of
 government, in order to create a business climate that
will advance the economic, educational, cultural and
 civic vitality of the Redlands Community.
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DOWNTOWN REDLANDS BUSINESS ASSOCIATION

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Shop and dine in historic downtown Redlands.
Quaint
 shops and good eating. Thursday nights enjoy
Redlands Market Night one of the most successful
markets in southern California. Every Thursday evening
year round, patrons can find farm fresh produce, a variety
of arts, crafts and food booths, plus lively entertainment in
a family oriented atmosphere.

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REDLANDS HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS

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REDLANDS MOREY MANSION INN

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AVAILABLE TOUR GUIDES FOR HISTORIC REDLANDS
 
Historic Redlands Driving Tour, audio CD and Tour Book
Available at Redlands Chamber of Commerce and A.K. Smiley Public Library, 125 W. Vine Street
 
"A Look at Yesterday . . . Today", A Self Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Redlands
Available at Citrograph Printing, 113 E. State Street (909) 792-3901
 
A Walking Tour of Historic Redlands - brochure
 Available at A.K. Smiley Public Library, 125 W. Vine Street
 
A Personality Tour of Historic Redlands - brochure
Available at A.K. Smiley Public Library, 125 W. Vine Street 
 
Redlands Heritage Trails Alliance, trail maps for Oakmont Trail, Teddy's Trail, Garden/Mariposa Trail, and Caroline Park Trail
 Available at City Hall, clerk's office, or through the Redlands Conservancy, (909) 792-1800 - Cost: Free 
 
(Coming soon) Gems of the Emerald Necklace - Driving and Bicycling Tour of "Green" Redlands brochure and map
 Available at Citrograph Printing, 113 E. State Street or through the Redlands Conservancy, (909) 792-1800, www.redlandsconservancy.org Cost: free.

ADDITIONAL WEB SITES PROMOTING HISTORIC REDLANDS

REDLANDS TOURISM

CITY OF REDLANDS

REDLANDSWEB.COM

 
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