San Bernardino is a large city with access to incredible landscapes in the surrounding county, close to the Mojave Desret and at the base of the Southern California mountain ranges. It's also on Route 66 and holds the National Orange Show Festival every May.
The San Bernardino History and Railroad Museum will give you a good taste of San Bernardino's past and inside, houses an old depot from 1918.
For hikes and water sports, go to Glen Helen Regional Park, surrounded by beauty on all sides with the San Gabriel and San Bernadino Mountains. There are also lakes here for fishing and a water playground with slides and a lagoon.
If art if your thing, check out the The Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art on the San Bernardino campus of California State University. Elsewhere, California Theater of the Performing Arts was built in 1928 and began as a Vaudevillian theater, nowadays it's worth visiting for a number of great performances.
Big Mac and fries anyone? San Bernardino was the site of the first ever McDonalds and you can visit the museum to see the beginnings of the global hamburger empire.
Stay in the historic downtown area for great access to local sites and the weekly farmers market.
Plan your visit between March and June or from October to November for the best weather, and to avoid sticky summers.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in San Bernardino. The hottest month in San Bernardino is April, when temperatures peak at 108 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 32 ˚F. The wettest month in San Bernardino is January with 5.69 inches of rain, while the driest month is December with 1.71 inches of rain.
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