Redlands History


Ed Hales Park in downtown Redlands has a new art addition: the new Sister Cities Clock Tower. The three clocks reflect the current times in Redlands’ three Sister Cities. Our city has Sister City connections in three different cities and countries: Hino in Japan, Linli in China and San Miguel […]

Living in Redlands: Sister Cities Clock Tower in Ed Hales ...


View 921 S Center St, Redlands Ca – the Elizabeth Marshall House Historical Redlands homes are one of my big interests — so when I stumbled on 921 S Center St, Redlands, I asked the owner if I could do a video tour of the place and let you see […]

Historical Redlands home video walkthrough – Elizabeth Marshall House


Visit Gnome Munchkin Village (as the locals affectionately call it) here in Redlands, CA with me! Taking a walk down Normandie Ct with its 16 little homes is a flashback to the 1920’s French “Chateaux” artitecture by Corson and Hudson. F.E. Corson and C.R. Hudson built sixteen petite homes on […]

A Video Tour of Normandie Court, Redlands



Inland Empire events and things to do
There’s plenty of things to do in the Inland Empire — events, family activities and fun weekend happenings! Here are some great options for the month of August — with things to do in Redlands, Yucaipa and throughout the Inland Empire! August | Redlands Bowl 2018’s Redlands Bowl season has […]

Things to do in the Inland Empire — August 2018


Take a virtual walk down Alvarado Street in Redlands, California, and tour our area’s  historical homes with the Redlands Historical Society. Alvarado St in Redlands boasts several historical Craftsman homes. While most are solidly architecturally Craftsman, every one of these historic homes has its own individual building and design features […]

Historic Homes in Redlands, CA | Video Tour