San Bernardino County Museum
A regional museum, San Bernardino County Museum features exhibits and collections of cultural and natural history. Among its special exhibits is the Exploration Station – a live animal discovery center with extensive research collections.
Redlands’ Edwards Mansion
The magnificent Edwards Mansion was built on Cajon St in Redlands, California in 1890. Ready-made plans were purchased by Mr. James S. Edwards, pioneer citizen and citrus grower, to build the fourteen-room house. It took over one year to build the original salmon pink structure.
San Bernardino Asistencia
Established as an adjunct to Mission San Gabriel Arcángel, San Bernardino Asistencia is often said to be part of a second, inland chain of missions. Located near Heritage Parke, today it is the site of a museum, small chapel, and gatehouse.
Founded in 1945, the Redlands Footlighters has been bringing creative productions of live theater to the Redlands area for more than 70 years.
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Family-owned and operated, Severino’s Deli offers a full menu of hot and cold sandwiches. The mini-grocery store features a myriad of specialty items, such as canned pizza sauce and pastas.
Redlands’ Sylvan Park
Spanning 23.3 acres, Sylvan Park has traditional park features such as open grassy fields, picnic areas, a playground, stage and volleyball court. Additionally, it is home to horseshoe pits and lawn bowling. Free lawn bowling lessons are available. This fun activity provides a great way to get some fresh air and socialize with friends.
Redlands Restaurants and Fine Dining
Redlands’ Fine Dining
Our small town is home to a large collection of exceptional restaurants. From home-style comfort food to elegant fine dining, you’ll find everything you want. Peruse our comprehensive Restaurant, Food & Fine Dining Directory.
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Built in the 1800s over an Indian burial ground, the Barton Mansion went on to achieve the haunted house trifecta, being the site of both an insane asylum and a jail. It’s now been renovated into industrial office space.
Hopefully the previously reported “yeti-like monster wearing a robe and carrying a lantern,” was removed as part of said renovations. If not, you know, don’t die around the water cooler or anything.
More Haunted Mansions
As one of the oldest cities in California, many believe there are ghosts and spirits hanging around. They are primarily believed to reside in the older parts of town, where they feel at home among the Victorian architecture. Discover Redlands’ Haunted Mansions.
Be inspired by the best views of Redlands.
I-10 E, Take exit 81 for Ford St, Turn left onto Ford St, Take the 1st right onto Reservoir Rd, Take the 1st right onto S Wabash Ave, Turn left onto E Sunset Dr. N, Turn left onto Panorama Dr/Panorama Point Dr. Point in Redlands. Closed from sunset to sunrise.
Make dinner an elegant occasion at one of Redlands’ Fine Dining destinations.
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Local Coffee Houses
Whether you’re meeting a friend to grab a cup of jo or you’re spending a quiet moment by yourself, Redlands offers a plethora of Local Coffee Houses.
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Fox Dance Studio
Kick your heels up and dance at the Fox Dance Studio. Offering a variety of dance lessons and open dance nights, this is a fun and lively way to be active.
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Breweries, Brewers, and Tasting Rooms
Sip and savor the best local hop and wine varieties around. Redlands is home to a collection of Breweries & Brewers. And, we have a wide variety of Tasting Rooms. Visit one or visit them all. It’s sure to be fun.
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Live Music & DJs
Fill your soul with sweet, sweet tunes. There are a variety of spots showcasing live music and DJ performances.
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Bracken Bird Farm
A fun family outing, Bracken Bird Farm is home to a wide variety of birds. You’ll be able to walk through the enclosed aviary where birds fly and breed freely.
Redlands’ Breakfast Joins
Whether you believe it’s the most important meal of the day or the most delicious, Redlands has a wide variety of Breakfast Joints perfect to satisfy your cravings.
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Picnic lunch at Prospect Park
This 11.4-acre natural park features trails and picnic facilities. It contains the Avice Meeker Sewall Theater, an outdoor amphitheater with seating for 407. The theater is home to the Redlands Summer Theater Festival.
Historical Walk Downtown
Throughout Redlands’ downtown corridor the historical buildings are marked by plaques. They are normally affixed to the exterior walls near the store doors and include tidbits about the building. Go for a stroll and see how many you can find!
The Smiley Library offers regular storytime for ages 5 and up!
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Southern Style Breakfast
Get a big bite of the South in Southern California at The Eating Room. The breakfast menu includes their famous Elvis Special: Bananas and Peanut Butter French Toast and their very own Muselix.
Hiking Redlands’ Trails
Quaint shops. Awesome second-hand stores. Fun boutiques. Fabulous art galleries. Redlands has it all. Get the Redlands Shopping Guide.
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Local Pizzerias & Italian Restaurants
Make tonight a pizza night. Or pasta night. Or a pizza pasta night. Redlands has you covered.
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There’s something about tea that’s just good for the soul, especially when it’s shared with a friend. Reservations are required for this Rustic Tea event, but you won’t be disappointed. Or hungry! Tea includes a large collection of bites.
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Market Night Downtown
Established in 1988, Redlands Market Night is one of the most successful certified farmer’s markets in southern California! Visitors are welcomed into an inviting atmosphere complete with lighted trees, brick sidewalks, historic buildings, and great musical entertainment.
Market Night Downtown operates Thursdays – 6:00pm to 9:00pm.
Dining with Outdoor Heating
Dining al fresco can be really fun – if you’re warm enough. That’s why in Redlands many of our restaurants with outdoor seating have patio heaters.
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Brewcakes Dessert Gastropub
This dessert gastropub infuses craft been into their tasty sweet treats. Their menu also features a variety of Panini sliders, flatbreads and salads. Ask your server for the best brew to pair with your meal or choose from a selection of wines and libation-infused cocktails.
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Shopping Downtown Redlands
Downtown Redlands is home to a plethora of art galleries, clothing shops, novelty boutiques and more. Check out our guide to Shopping Downtown Redlands.
This family-friendly antique shopping mall has a huge collection of novelty items, fine décor, and old school toys.
Redlands’ Best Burger
Redlands’ Best Burger
Tartan has been a family owned and operated dining destination and watering hole for Redlands residents and visitors for more than 50 years. The menu includes a collection of New American cuisine, including their ultra juicy “Tartan Burger,” voted Redlands BEST Burger in 2014.
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Historical Glass Museum
Redlands’ Historical Glass Museum is not a museum made of glass. However, it is the only museum west of the Mississippi River that only displays glassware made by American glassmakers and artists. The exhibits include over 7,000 examples of glass pieces found in the home from the 1800s to present times.
Saturday Morning Certified Farmer’s Market
Redlands’ Farmer’s Market
A year-round farmer’s market, the Saturday Morning Certified Farmer’s Market is open from 8 am to 11 am Saturday mornings. It features a collection of produce booths, artist stands, locally grown meat and more.
Coops Coins has one of the most comprehensive selections of bullion, currency, and stamps. And it should. It’s the oldest coin and stamp retailer in the country under the same ownership.
Weekend Brunch in Redlands
What’s better than breakfast and more indulgent that lunch? Brunch! And here in Redlands, we do brunch right with an incredible selection of breakfast-lunch fusion.
We have some awesome parks Redlands. Prospect Park spans 11.4 acres and features rails, picnic facilities, and a 400+ seat amphitheater. Caroline Park has a water conservation garden with native plants, multiple trails, and open spaces.
Barton School House
Redlands’ Barton School House
Built in 1901, the Barton School House is oldest Redlands school still standing. It was named after pioneer Ben Barton, who sold a tract of his Redlands ranch land to be developed into Redlands Colony in 1881.