About RedlandsNamed for the color of the local soil, Redlands once was an important packing and distribution point for citrus fruit. Today the 4,700-student University of Redlands plays an important role in the life of the area; its campus occupies approximately 160 acres northeast of the city center. Redlands also is known for its carefully restored Victorian houses.
Market Night is held every Thursday evening from 6 to 9 p.m. on State Street; phone (909) 798-7629. Redlands Bowl, in Smiley Park at Grant and Eureka streets, presents music and dance programs late June through late August; phone (909) 793-7316.
Visitor Centers Redlands Chamber of Commerce 47 N. First St. Redlands, CA 92373. Phone:(909)793-2546
Things to Do Kimberly Crest House and Gardens
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1650 Industrial Park Ave. Redlands, CA 92374