23330 Sunnymead Blvd.
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
Phone: (951) 242-0699
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When you visit the University of California Riverside Botanic Gardens in Riverside, you will cherish every moment you spend at these beautiful gardens. Whether you're out with family, friends, on a date, or just by yourself, this garden is for you. With beautifully maintained trees and flowering plants, turtle ponds, light hiking areas, comfortable benches, this garden is often secluded, allowing you to retreat into your own world.
U C Riverside is a leading public research university in the University of California college system. This university is known for its research contributions to entomology and biodiversity.
Lemon Street in Riverside, California is home to the Christian Science Church. The First Church of Christ, Science is a historic landmark. It was built more than a century ago in 1901. It organizes Sunday morning services and Wednesday evening testimony meets. The church also has a reading room facility that is open from 10:00a to 2:00p from Monday to Saturday. It is a remarkable example of Mission/Spanish Revival style of architecture.
The celebrated First Congregational Church, is situated at 3504 Mission Inn Avenue in Riverside, California. It is a monumental church and carries great historic importance. The building was structured on a land cover of nearly 0.8 acres (0.32 hectares). The fine structure was built exactly a century ago in 1913. The Sunday service commences at 10:00a and the church also conducts wedding ceremonies. This comprehensive church is a perfect model of the Spanish Colonial Revival style of architecture and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
Kimberly Crest, a historic landmark in Redlands, is a perfect venue to celebrate wedding ceremonies and receptions. A picturesque French château style home built in 1897, Kimberly Crest is spread over 6.25 acres (2.5 hectares) of Renaissance style Italian gardens. Managed professionally by the non-profitable Kimberley-Shark Association, this place largely operates as a museum rented out for public and private events. It is very much a registered California Historical Landmark and the gardens that surround the crest are fine examples of the Italian era favoured by Victorian home owners.
Take a trip down Victoria Avenue that is known for the beautiful trees lining either side of the road. The palm, pepper and eucalyptus are sure to make this a pleasurable ride as one traverses through the country. The road is a popular spot for biking.
Home of the world�s tallest enclosed waterslide, this amusement park, water park, and family entertainment center offers fun for all ages and contains rides, slides, go-carts, laser tag, an arcade, miniature golf, a sky swing, picnic areas, and much more for the whole family to enjoy.
Ritual Brewing Co. is the brainchild of Steve Dunkerken and Owen Williams. This microbrewery is tucked away in an industrial area and so might be a bit difficult to find. Get to know how a craft beer is made by taking a tour of the brewery. Spanning across 23,000 square feet (2136.77 square meters) of warehouse space, it has a customized 30 barrel brewhouse. Their Tasting Room has a 1960s bowling lane decor and offers a taste of their rotating draught and beer flights. It also hosts live music events occasionally. Some of their brews are Big Deluxe, Hellion, Tafelbier, Wit's End and Hop-O-Matic. If you love your pints, then this is a must visit place.
Heritage House was built in 1891 and serves today as a historical tribute to that era. The furniture is original from the house and the people who lived there in the beginning (a wealthy orange-ranching widow). Your guided tour will take you to both floors, as well as the servants' quarters out back. Take the kids on this tour for they will be able to learn a lot about Riverside's history; and enjoy exploring the many rooms and areas of the house. History comes to life when it is seen exactly as it was lived. The museum/house is closed to public viewing in the months of July and August but on other days, admission is free but, donations are welcome.
The citrus industry was one of the hallmarks of California's industrial development in the 20th Century, and California Citrus State Historic Park recognizes and commemorates the significant impact this had on the state. The park has been designed to resemble a historic city park, replete with picnic areas and fruit orchards. Visitors can learn more about the history of the city's citrus industry at the on-site museum.
Formerly known as the Southern Hotel in Perris, this landmark was erected in 1886. From a popular hotel, private residence to a museum, the Southern Hotel still remains intact today. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it now houses the Motte Historical Museum.
This sprawling water park is fun for the whole family. Offering a respite from the Hot Los Angeles weather, The Cove Waterpark has a bevvy of water features that include the standard flowing river channel, water slides, children's lagoon and more unique features like the Riptide Reef, which is wave simulator that guests can body board or surf on. Classes, party rentals, and special events keep this water park buzzing with activity.