Attractions

San Bernardino has many exciting attractions your looking for, look no further, San Bernardino and its surrounding communities host events throughout the year that you and your family are sure to enjoy!

Festivals, Fairs, & Annual Events

January

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    Lavish stage productions, symphonies, concerts and plays at the historic California Theatre of Performing Arts, downtown San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
    Season (Sept. - May)
    California Theatre of Performing Arts, San Bernardino
    (909) 381-5388
    www.sanbernardinosymphony.org

  • Sturges Center of the Fine Arts
    Host of numerous theatrical performances by local artists. Explore the magic of theater.
    909.885.5152
    www.sturgescenter.org

  • Regional Park Trout Fishing
    San Bernardino County Parks
    909.38.PARKS
    www.county-parks.com

February

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    Lavish stage productions, symphonies, concerts and plays at the historic California Theatre of Performing Arts, downtown San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
    Season (Sept. - May)
    California Theatre of Performing Arts, San Bernardino
    (909) 381-5388
    www.sanbernardinosymphony.org

  • Calico Civil War
    Experience History as the North meets the South in authentic Civil War reenactments.
    Calico Ghost Town, Yermo
    (800) To-CALICO
    www.calicotown.com

  • Black History Month
    The city of San Bernardino honors Black History Month with various events throughout the city, including a parade
    909.888.1696
    www.sbbcfoundation.org

March

  • Auto Club 400
    NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Stock Car Race at the Auto Club Speedway of Southern California in nearby Fontana
    800.944.7223
    www.autoclubspeedway.com

  • St. Patrick's Day Festival
    Join in the celebration at the St. Patrick's Day Festival with live Irish music, green beer and leprechauns.
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • Citrus Harvest Festival
    The City of Highland celebrates the Citrus Harvest Festival in Highland's Historic District (Old Town) at Main Street and Palm Avenue.
    909.864.8732
    www.highlandhistory.org/highlandcitrusharvestfestival

  • Redlands Bicycle Classic
    Where legends are born. This Bicycle Race covers more than 350 miles throughout San Bernardino and Riverside counties. The world's top racers will be racing in Riverside, Redlands, Yucaipa and surrounding communities.
    909.798.0865
    www.redlandsclassic.com

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    Lavish stage productions, symphonies, concerts and plays at the historic California Theatre of Performing Arts, downtown San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
    Season (Sept. - May)
    California Theatre of Performing Arts, San Bernardino
    (909) 381-5388
    www.sanbernardinosymphony.org

April

  • Inland Empire Route 66ers of San Bernardino
    Single "A" Baseball (through Sept.)
    Arrowhead Credit Union Park
    (909) 888-9922 or www.sixtysixers.com

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    Lavish stage productions, symphonies, concerts and plays at the historic California Theatre of Performing Arts, downtown San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
    Season (Sept. - May)
    California Theatre of Performing Arts, San Bernardino
    (909) 381-5388
    www.sanbernardinosymphony.org

  • Lake Arrowhead Annual Film Festival
    Come to Lake Arrowhead and watch the stars come out.
    (909) 337-7587
    www.lakearrowheadfilmfestival.com

  • San Bernardino Railroad Days
    Come experience the nostalgic feel of an old western train ride. Model trains, reenactments, live music.
    909.888.3634
    www.sbrailroaddays.com

  • Concert Series at San Manuel Amphitheater
    The San Manuel Amphitheater is the nation's largest amphitheater, with the capacity to accommodate over 65,000 people. Located where the I-15 and I-215 Freeways meet in Devore, the Amphitheater hosts some of Southern California's biggest concert events.
    909.880.6500
    www.livenation.com

  • Professional Baseball:
    Inland Empire 66ers
    Season starts for the Inland Empire 66ers, San Bernardino's single A minor league baseball team in the California League affiliated with the LA Anaheim Angels. Home games are played at the 66ers Stadium, San Bernardino.
    909.888.9962
    www.66ers.com

  • Apple Blossom Festival
    The apple orchards of Oak Glen are laden with blossoms in the spring. Join the residents of this charming community in the San Bernardino Mountains as they celebrate. Craft fairs, entertainment, pony and hay rides and apple food items.
    909.797.6833
    www.oakglen.net

  • Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre
    Home of Ramona's longest running outdoor drama. This spectacular show features a large cast of singers, dancers and horsemen and is staged in gorgeous natural amphitheater in the rugged hills south of Hemet.
    951.658.3111
    www.ramonabowl.com

May

  • Professional Baseball:
    Inland Empire 66ers
    Season starts for the Inland Empire 66ers, San Bernardino's single A minor league baseball team in the California League affiliated with the LA Anaheim Angels. Home games are played at the 66ers Stadium, San Bernardino.
    909.888.9962
    www.66ers.com

  • Concert Series at San Manuel Amphitheater
    The San Manuel Amphitheater is the nation's largest amphitheater, with the capacity to accommodate over 65,000 people. Located where the I-15 and I-215 Freeways meet in Devore, the Amphitheater hosts some of Southern California's biggest concert events.
    909.880.6500
    www.livenation.com

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    Lavish stage productions, symphonies, concerts and plays at the historic California Theatre of Performing Arts, downtown San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
    Season (Sept. - May)
    California Theatre of Performing Arts, San Bernardino
    (909) 381-5388
    www.sanbernardinosymphony.org

  • The California State Annual Chili Cook-off - Free
    Cook-off at Perris Hill Park, 1001 East Highland Ave.
    For more info: www.internationalchilisociety.com

  • National Orange Show Festival
    The National Orange Show Festival has some of the finest family entertainment in the Inland Empire. Rides, exhibits, entertainment, contests, farm animals and carnival. San Bernardino
    909.888.6788
    www.nosevents.com

  • San Bernardino County Fair
    Annual fair features everything from prize pigs to proud peacocks and concerts.
    Late July through early August. 14800 Seventh Street, Victorville
    (760) 951-2200
    www.sbcfair.com

  • Calico Spring Festival
    Annual festival. Come for the old time music, chili and stew cook-off.
    Calico Ghost Town, Yermo
    (800) To-CALICO
    www.calicotown.com

  • Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre
    Home of Ramona's longest running outdoor drama. This spectacular show features a large cast of singers, dancers and horsemen and is staged in gorgeous natural amphitheater in the rugged hills south of Hemet.
    951.658.3111
    www.ramonabowl.com

June

  • Professional Baseball:
    Inland Empire 66ers
    Season starts for the Inland Empire 66ers, San Bernardino's single A minor league baseball team in the California League affiliated with the LA Anaheim Angels. Home games are played at the 66ers Stadium, San Bernardino.
    909.888.9962
    www.66ers.com

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    Lavish stage productions, symphonies, concerts and plays at the historic California Theatre of Performing Arts, downtown San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • Laugh Out Loud Comedy Festival
    Join in the laughter both inside the California Theatre of the Performing Arts and outside in the grassy area as comedians and music groups perform their acts for an entire weekend of fun.
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • Antique Classic & Wooden Boat Show
    Come and see classic wooden boats and Woody cars at Lake Arrowhead.
    909.337.3715
    www.lakearrowhead.net

  • Huck Finn's Jubilee
    The Bluegrass Festival of the year. A large family festival with camping, circus, games, crafts and contests.
    951.780.8810
    www.huckfinn.com

  • Lake Arrowhead Rotary Art & Wine Festival
    Enjoy wine and art on the lake.
    Lake Arrowhead
    909.337.3715
    www.lakearrowhead.net

  • Cherry Festival
    A three-day celebration with games, rides, booths, music, entertainment and a variety of scrumptious food and drink.
    Located off the I-10 at the junction of Highway 60, Cherry Valley.
    951.769.7114
    www.beaumontcherryfestival.org

July

  • Professional Baseball:
    Inland Empire 66ers
    Season starts for the Inland Empire 66ers, San Bernardino's single A minor league baseball team in the California League affiliated with the LA Anaheim Angels. Home games are played at the 66ers Stadium, San Bernardino.
    909.888.9962
    www.66ers.com

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    Lavish stage productions, symphonies, concerts and plays at the historic California Theatre of Performing Arts, downtown San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • Grapes & Gourmet Wine & Food Festival
    Wine tasting, gourmet food, live and silent auctions and live music at the County Government Center, San Bernardino
    909.384.5426
    www.sbachamber.org

  • Redlands Bowl Summer Festival
    Performances are Tuesday and Friday evenings through August in downtown Redlands. No admission charge.
    909.793.7316
    www.redlandsbowl.org

  • Old Miners Days
    Big Bear Lake outdoor festival featuring chili cook-off, parade and more.
    800.Big.Bear
    www.oldminers.org

  • Western Regional Girls Soft Ball Tournament
    Western Regional Little League Headquarters
    6707 Little League Drive
    San Bernardino
    909.887.6444
    www.eteamz.com/llbwest

August

  • Professional Baseball:
    Inland Empire 66ers
    Season starts for the Inland Empire 66ers, San Bernardino's single A minor league baseball team in the California League affiliated with the LA Anaheim Angels. Home games are played at the 66ers Stadium, San Bernardino.
    909.888.9962
    www.66ers.com

  • Western Regional Little League Playoffs
    Western Regional Little League Headquarters
    6707 Little League Drive
    San Bernardino
    909.887.6444
    www.eteamz.com/llbwest

September

  • Rendezvous Back To Route 66
    Spectators enjoy the two-day event held at San Manuel Route 66ers Stadium in San Bernardino. Great music, vendors, contests and family fun.
    909.885.7517
    www.rendezvoustoroute66.com

  • NASCAR IZOD INDY CAR Series
    Auto Club Speedway of Southern California
    Exciting NASCAR action as the nation's top drivers compete.
    800.944.7223
    www.autoclubspeedway.com

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    The new season begins with lavish stage productions, symphonies, concerts and plays at the historic California Theatre of Performing Arts, downtown San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
    Season (Sept. - May)
    California Theatre of Performing Arts, San Bernardino
    (909) 381-5388
    www.sanbernardinosymphony.org

  • Sturges Center of the Fine Arts
    The new season begins with numerous theatrical performances by local artists. Explore the magic of theater.
    909.885.5152
    www.sturgescenter.org

  • Professional Baseball:
    Inland Empire 66ers
    Season starts for the Inland Empire 66ers, San Bernardino's single A minor league baseball team in the California League affiliated with the LA Anaheim Angels. Home games are played at the 66ers Stadium, San Bernardino.
    909.888.9962
    www.66ers.com

  • Oak Glen Apple Harvest
    Celebration of the apple harvest. September through December. Various apple ranches along Oak Glen Road and throughout town of Oak Glen.
    (909) 797-6833

October

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    The new season begins with lavish stage productions, symphonies, concerts and plays at the historic California Theatre of Performing Arts, downtown San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
    Season (Sept. - May)
    California Theatre of Performing Arts, San Bernardino
    (909) 381-5388
    www.sanbernardinosymphony.org

  • Calico Days at Calico Ghost Town
    Relive Calico's glory days during the 1880's. Enjoy a Wild West parade, gunfight stunt exhibition, old prospectors' burro run, pan for gold and more.
    Calico Ghost Town, Yermo
    800-To-Calico
    www.county-parks.com

  • Oak Glen Apple Harvest
    Celebration of the apple harvest. September through December. Various apple ranches along Oak Glen Road and throughout town of Oak Glen.
    (909) 797-6833

November

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    The new season begins with lavish stage productions, symphonies, concerts and plays at the historic California Theatre of Performing Arts, downtown San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
    Season (Sept. - May)
    California Theatre of Performing Arts, San Bernardino
    (909) 381-5388
    www.sanbernardinosymphony.org

  • Oak Glen Apple Harvest
    Celebration of the apple harvest. September through December. Various apple ranches along Oak Glen Road and throughout town of Oak Glen.
    (909) 797-6833

  • Holiday Festival of Trees
    Festival of Trees at California Theatre of Performing Arts and throughout businesses in San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.facebook.com/downtownsanbernardino

December

  • Children's Christmas Parade
    By the YMCA – 1st weekend in December
    909.881.YMCA (9622)
    www.ymcaeastvalley.org

  • Nutcracker Ballet and Tea with Santa
    California Theatre of Performing Arts

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    The new season begins with lavish stage productions, symphonies, concerts and plays at the historic California Theatre of Performing Arts, downtown San Bernardino
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
    Season (Sept. - May)
    California Theatre of Performing Arts, San Bernardino
    (909) 381-5388
    www.sanbernardinosymphony.org

  • Oak Glen Apple Harvest
    Celebration of the apple harvest. September through December. Various apple ranches along Oak Glen Road and throughout town of Oak Glen.
    (909) 797-6833

  • Holiday Movie at 66ers Stadium
    IE 66ers Stadium
    Wear your jammies, bring a toy donations for the Spark of Love Toy Train. Free event.
    909.888.9962

  • Tamale Tasting and Mariachi Christmas
    California Theatre of Performing Arts
    909.885.5152
    www.californiatheatre.net

  • Santa Claus, Inc. Gala and Luncheon
    The mission of Santa Claus, Inc. is to provide new toys, new clothing, and new books for over 11,000 underprivileged children each Christmas.
    909.885.0090
    www.santaclausinc.com

  • Spark of Love Toy Train
    Santa Fe Depot – Fill the Toy Train with toys at the San Bernardino train station.
    909.888.3634
    www.sbdepotmuseum.com

Culture & the Arts

San Bernardino is one of the few cities with its own symphony as well as a vibrant theatre and arts community.

Art Exhibits

  • Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum
    5500 University Parkway, San Bernardino
    (909) 537-7373
    Web site: http://museum.csusb.edu

  • McDonalds Museum
    1398 "E" Street, San Bernardino, CA 92408
    (909) 885-6324

  • SanBernardino County Museum
    2024 OrangeTreeLn, Redlands, CA 92374
    (909) 537-7373
    Web site: http://co.san-bernardino.ca.us/museum/

  • San Bernardino History & Railroad
    1170 W. 3rd St, San Bernardino, CA 992408
    (909) 537-7373

Movie Theaters

Multiplexes

  • Sterling Cinemas 6
    2373 Sterling Avenue, San Bernardino
    (909) 425-8888

Music

Symphonies/Orchestras/Opera

California Theatre of the Performing Arts
Recently registered as a historic landmark, the California Theatre of the Performing Arts is the Inland Empire's Premier Theatre featuring first class national tours, exquisite San Bernardino Symphony performances, spectacular concerts with Maestro Carlo Ponti, Jr. and lively ballet presentations.

Performances such as Wizard of Oz, Riverdance , and My Fair Lady take place in this 1,700-seat theatre, one of just three such remaining movie theaters in the nation. Opened in 1928 as a vaudeville and movie palace, the theater features lavish Spanish colonial style architecture and interior with beautiful inlays, chandeliers, sweeping staircases, tapestries and ornate sculptured moldings, both inside and out. Will Rogers gave his last performance here in 1935 before his untimely death, and it is celebrated on the exterior with two 68-foot murals by the world famous artist Kent Twitchell.

Also unique to the Theatre is its Mighty Wurlitzer Organ, the only one in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties to reside in its original location. The organ is still played today in silent film programs.

California Theatre of the Performing Arts
562 W. 4th Street, San Bernardino
909.885.5152
www.californiatheatre.net

Sturges Center for the Fine Arts
Explore the magic of the newly renovated Sturges Theatre located in Theater Square, just a few blocks north of the California Theatre of the Performing Arts. Named after educator David Brainard Sturges, the Sturges Auditorium was built in 1927 as an addition to Sturges Junior High School. Today, this beloved cultural landmark seats 715 for performances done by local schools, colleges, community theatres and dance companies.

In the evenings and weekends, the theatre serves a number of organizations to produce pageants and performances such as Jekyll & Hyde, the Musical ; Robinhood ; and the living legend, Debbie Reynolds .

Sturges Center for the Fine Arts
780 North E Street, San Bernardino
909.885.5152
www.sturgescenter.org

  • San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra
    415 West 2nd Street, San Bernardino
    (909) 381-5388
    Website: www.sanbernardinosymphony.org

  • San Bernardino Civic Light Opera Association
    562 West 4th Street, San Bernardino
    (909) 889-6564

  • San Bernardino Valley Community Concert Association
    562 West 4th Street, San Bernardino
    (909) 885-7969

  • Sinfonia Mexicana
    468 West 5th Street, San Bernardino
    (909) 884-3228
    Website: http://sinfoniamexicana.com/

Other Music Venues

Performing Arts/Theatre Arts

Centers/Theaters

  • California Theatre of Performing Arts
    562 West 4th Street, San Bernardino
    (909) 885-5152
    Website: http://www.californiatheatre.net

  • San Bernardino Musical Theater
    780 North "E" Street, San Bernardino
    (909) 899-9955

  • Sturges Center for the Fine Arts
    780 North "E" Street, San Bernardino
    (909) 384-5415
    Website: http://www.sturgescenter.org/

 

 

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