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8 Things to Do in San Bernardino, California

A beautiful city lying at the base of South California mountain ranges, is famous for the iconic Route 66 along it.
Prachi Dharap Jul 2, 2019

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San Bernardino, California

Robert & Frances Fullerton Museum of Art

The museum opened its doors in 1996. It houses a permanent collection of ancient Egyptian art. Temporary exhibitions of contemporary art by emerging and established artists are hosted in the museum.

San Bernardino History & Railroad Museum

Located in the San Bernardino train depot's former Santa Fe baggage and railroad express agency room; the museum houses records, documents, photographs related to railroad.

Glen Helen Regional Park

The county park houses the largest outdoor amphitheater in the USA with a seating of 65,000. It also has a sandy area, zero depth water play park, and large sheltered picnic areas.

California Theatre of Performing Arts

The California Theatre is located in the historic downtown area of San Bernardino. It opened to public in 1928, as a vaudeville and a movie theatre. One of the original Wurlitzer style 216 pipe organ here is still played during silent movies.

Perris Hill Park

One of the most loved parks with 64 acres of scenic grassland and hills, Perris Hill Park has many BBQ pits where you can get your picnic stuff and cook. It also has a playground, baseball diamond, tennis courts, swimming pool and an amphitheatre featuring live music.

San Bernardino Raceway

An indoor go-karting track. It is a best place to visit, for the adrenaline junkies. You can accelerate the gas-powered go-karts to get the ultimate racing experience.

WBC Legends of Boxing Museum

A museum to honour the boxing champions was opened on June 27, 2008. You will find the items, artefacts, articles, pictures etc. of legendary boxers; specifically World Boxing Council champions.

McDonald’s Museum

This unofficial McDonald’s museum is located at the first McDonald's restaurant site (opened in 1940); it still welcomes you with the old sign.
You will find an interesting variety of old articles, mementos, photos, bags, cups, and a copy of old menu. Outside the museum you will find an end-to-end wall mural showcasing history of McDonald’s, Ronald statues, Route 66 plaques and even a Hamburglar jail.

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Explore San Bernardino with the iconic Route 66