Things to see and do - Riverside
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Riverside Travel guide
Riverside : Michelin's recommendations
This city is heralded as the birthplace of California’s citrus industry. In 1873, a resident received two seeding orange trees from propagated in Brazil; the seedlings thrived in Riverside’s fertile soil and mild climate. In 1907 the University of California dedicated its Citrus Experiment Station here and a branch campus in Riverside in 1954.
Tourist attractions Riverside : Things to see and do
3649 Mission Inn Ave.
Riverside's most celebrated landmark is an eclectic fantasy of art and architecture that looms like a regal Spanish palace amid the bustle of downtown. The inn was founded in 1876 by Christopher Columbus Miller, a local engineer who erected a two-sto..
8193 Magnolia St.
This beautifully preserved 1891 Victorian residence sports exceptional craftsmanship typical of the prosperous houses that lined Magnolia Avenue during the late 19C. Elaborate ornamentation heralds the many traditions typically incorporated into the ..
3824 Main St.
Founded in 1973, this museum of photographic art and technology occupies a former Kress dime store (1929). A highlight of the museum's holdings is the Keystone-Mast Collection of 350,000 stereographic negatives dating from 1870-1940, reputedly the la..