5 MUST SEE, DO
» 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.