Did you know that Riverside is nicknamed the City of Arts and Innovations? Riverside is a great place to learn about California’s citrus history, visit amazing gardens, museums, and the world famous inn that brought fame to the city. Riverside is located on the east side of Los Angeles County. Riverside also offers a variety of landmarks, tours, great restaurants, and much more that reveal its history as a major citrus producer and later an escape for celebs.
Great activities, outdoor spots, and cultural buildings await visitors in Riverside. Visit the city’s most famous museums to learn about the history and the heritage of the area. Mission Inn Museum is both a museum and a famous landmark as it was the first inn in Riverside which helped the city to become such a popular destination. Additionally, Riverside Art Museum and Riverside Metropolitan Museum are both very interesting places where visitors can indulge in the finest arts and explore various artists, that are both international and local. Attend a quick tour at the educational Heritage House to learn about 19th and 20th century California. The authentic and old decor and the furniture often take visitors/ breath away.
Riverside also offers an amazing nature scene. Visit the Lake Perris Reserve Base to go hiking, biking, horseback riding, and fishing, it just generally an excellent place to spend quality time outside. Additionally, visit Mount Rubidoux Park where great, but sometimes challenging hiking trails lead up to the top of the hill. Once up there hikers will not be disappointed by the view.
Since Riverside was the origin of California's citrus industry, give the California Citrus State Historic Park a visit. Here guests can tour the citrus park and also learn about the industry.
The best areas to stay at Riverside are close to the historic downtown, and the area's restaurants, cafes, stores, bars, and parks. For those not wanting to stay in one of the many home rentals should get a room in the historic Mission Inn. The number of famous guests who have stayed here is extensive and includes 9 presidents, the greatest NFL player of all time (Jerry Rice), and numerous actors and actresses like Clark Gable, Drew Barrymore, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The best time to visit Riverside is mid October when the extremely hot weather has passed and it is not the rainy season yet.
There are about 200 highly recommended restaurants in Riverside. Mexican food is very popular in Riverside, and there are some amazing, authentic restaurants. Las Campanas, at the Mission Inn offers amazing food and an also equally amazing ambience.
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If you need an internet connection during your time in Riverside, then you can choose from over 95 accommodations that provide WiFi internet. 15 of our accommodations include a breakfast in the price. Fitness fanatics can get a workout in during their stay by choosing from 11 accommodations that have gym facilities. Driving to Riverside? Then choose one of the 94 places to stay that comes with a parking spot included. 33 hotels and vacation rentals come with a pool or jacuzzi
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