Travel Guide to California - - INLAND EMPIRE -

» Sad­dle Up Wine Tours

This equine and wine tour winds through Te­mec­ula’s vine­yards and win­ery es­tates un­til you say “Whoa” at up to three winer­ies for tast­ings.


» Sand to Snow Na­tional Mon­u­ment

In 2016, Pres­i­dent Obama des­ig­nated our new­est na­tional mon­u­ment,154,000 acres of San Bernardino Na­tional For­est and BLM land jut­ting sky­ward from the Sono­ran desert floor to the 11,502-foot peak of Mount San Gor­gonio. This bi­o­log­i­cally di­verse mon­u­ment en­com­passes wildlife cor­ri­dors, sa­cred Ser­rano and Cahuilla tribal sites and 30 miles of the Pa­cific Crest Trail.


» Univer­sity of Cal­i­for­nia River­side’s ARTSBLOCK

A cul­tural an­chor in down­town River­side, three miles from UCR’S main cam­pus, Artsblock oc­cu­pies ad­ja­cent his­tor­i­cal build­ings and for­mer depart­ment stores. The Cal­i­for­nia Mu­seum of Pho­tog­ra­phy ex­hibits contemporary pho­tog­ra­phy and has a com­pre­hen­sive col­lec­tion of early cam­eras. The Sweeney Art Gallery acts as a lab­o­ra­tory of ex­per­i­men­tal art. The Cul­ver Cen­ter of the Arts hosts films, lec­tures and the­atri­cal pro­grams.


» March Field Air Mu­seum

Cruise the hang­ers and air­field amid 70 vin­tage air­craft, in­clud­ing the world’s fastest air­plane, the SR-71 Black­bird. From World War I un­til the era of space ex­plo­ration, more than 30,000 ar­ti­facts con­vey our proud U.S. avi­a­tion his­tory.


» Mis­sion Inn Ho­tel & Spa

This 1902 Na­tional His­toric Land­mark has hosted pres­i­dents and movie stars in this ram­ble of Mis­sion Re­vival, Moor­ish and Ori­en­tal ar­chi­tec­ture, and Louis Com­fort Tif­fany mo­saics. It’s authen­tic, never touristy and worth a visit. Sip a drink in the Span­ish Pa­tio un­der colon­nades draped with red bougainvil­lea.


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