Riverside in Riverside County, California is home to more than 304,000 people, making it the 12th most populous city in the state and the 59th in the country. Riverside is located on the banks of the Santa Ana River, thus its name. It is nicknamed "City of Arts & Innovation" because of the role that education, arts, and culture play. Riverside is also known as the birthplace of California's citrus industry. See what the city can offer by hopping on a charter bus in Riverside, California.
For a taste of Riverside's history, arts and culture, you can go to places like the Riverside Art Museum, which mounts an average of 20 art exhibits each year; the Sweeney Art Gallery; and the Riverside Metropolitan Museum, which has historical, anthropological, and natural science exhibits. There's also the Heritage House Museum, an 1891 Victorian home that depicts life in turn-of-the-century Riverside.
Other museums and historical or cultural venues in the city include the Mission Inn Museum, the Sherman Indian Museum, the Sherman Cemetery, the Stahl Center Museum of Culture, the March Field Air Museum, the Southern California Medical Museum, Riverside International Automotive Museum, World Museum of Natural History, and the University of California Riverside Museum of Photography. So get on your charter bus in Riverside, California and visit these venues for an enriching experience.
Riverside also hosts several festivals and events throughout the year. To show that it deserves its title as the City of Arts & Innovation, Riverside holds the Long Night of Arts & Innovation in October, at the downtown area. This signature event showcases the best talent in science, technology, and visual and performing arts from the various universities in the city. Then there's the Riverside Dickens Festival, where a series of literary events take place, such as plays, pageants, musical performances, workshops, living history presentations, exhibits, and street bazaar. Other events you might want to check out include the Riverside Airshow, he Riverside International Film Festival, the California Riverside Ballet's Ghost Walk, the Festival of Trees, and the Legends of Riverside Film Festival. And the Riverside Festival of Lights at the Mission Inn Hotel & Spa is a sight to behold, with more than three million lights illuminating the place the day after Thanksgiving, plus live musicians, fireworks, animated characters, carolers, horse-drawn carriages, and ice skating. Get a charter bus in Riverside, California, and coincide your visit with one of these festivals.
If you want to see a piece of nature in the city, go to the University of California Riverside Botanic Gardens, Whitewater Reserve, and Mount Rubidoux Park. You should also go to the California Citrus State Historic Park and take a tour of the orange groves. Riverside has several other parks where you can play, have picnics, relax, hike, and just enjoy the scenery.
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