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The event offers a variety of new, used and antique merchandise. It is a great way to spend some time shopping for great bargains.
The Edward-Dean Museum and Gardens opened in 1958 and was founded by Edward Eberle and Dean Stout. The museum features late 16th to early 19th century European and Asian Fine Arts.
Friday nights in Yucaipa is a great night out for everyone with delicious food and produce, train rides, pony rides, puppet shows, crafts, jewelry, live music. The market is open...
The heart of Yucaipa’s past and future is the Historic Uptown District, centered around the intersection of Yucaipa Boulevard and California Street. This district encompasses the...
This is an Indian museum that features Cahuilla and other Southern California Indian tribe artifacts, anthrololgy, archaeology, history and more.
Museum housed in late 1850's adobe. The Yucaipa Adobe contains furnishings from the nineteenth century. Horse-drawn farm implements are exhibited outside the adobe.
A Native American 110,000 square foot casino with 2,000 slot machines, keno, bingo and 46 table games.
The San Jacinto Museum features exhibits on the natural and human history of San Jacinto and surrounding areas. Local Indian relics, artifacts from pioneer families, and material...
A 74,000 square foot Native American Casino with 2,000 slot machines, bingo, video poker and 20 table games.
An 1897 French chateau-style home and carriage house, formal Italian gardens and citrus grove on six acres of grounds for visitors to see.
Discover the fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables from local growers, lovely cut flowers, a huge variety of roasted nuts, jerky, and fresh breads in our certified farmers market....
Rare manuscripts and documents of Abraham Lincoln and leading Civil War generals, soldiers, and civilians are on exhibit as well as as artifacts, paintings of the Civil War period.
A beautiful outdoor theater.
Housed in 1898 freight house of the historic Santa Fe Depot.
The museum known as the Ya'i Heki' meaning Home of the Wind, proudly exhibits an interpretation of Native America history and culture throughout the Southern California desert...