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Riverside Heritage House - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

8193 Magnolia Ave, Riverside, CA 92504, USA

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About Riverside Heritage House

Heritage House is an historic house museum in the Queen Anne Victorian style in Riverside, California. It is part of the Museum of Riverside and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 28, 1973.The two-story, 4,000 square foot home resides on Magnolia Avenue, which was a prominent thoroughfare at the time of the house's construction. It is restored to reflect the design and lifestyle of wealthy turn-of-the-century Riverside.


Attractions Near Riverside Heritage House

Martha McLean-anza Narrows Park
Martha McLean-anza Narrows Park3.45km from Riverside Heritage House

Martha McLean – Anza Narrows is a 40-acre regional park located along the Santa Ana River in Riverside. A plaque in the northwest corner of the park marks the point at which the Juan Bautista de Anza party, the first Europeans to traverse the Riverside area, crossed the river in 1774 and again in 1776.The park contains picnic facilities, hiking, bicycle and equestrian trails as well as an eighteen hole disc golf course. Group picnicking with reservations is available.

California Citrus State Historic Park
California Citrus State Historic Park4.01km from Riverside Heritage House

California Citrus State Historic Park is an open-air museum in the state park system of California. This 300-acre park preserves some of the rapidly vanishing cultural landscape of the citrus industry and tells the story of this industry's role in the history and development of California. This Park reveals the cultural, political, and environmental aspects of the time when "Citrus was King" in California, especially the Navel orange from Riverside.

Santa Ana River Trail
Santa Ana River Trail4.29km from Riverside Heritage House

The Santa Ana River Trail is a 12-foot wide path following the Santa Ana River, a waterway that is cement-lined through much of Orange County but free flowing in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. When completed, it will be the longest multi-use trail in Southern California, at approximately 100 mile. In 1989, the Los Angeles Times described the path as "a veritable freeway for bicycles".

Victoria Avenue
Victoria Avenue5.49km from Riverside Heritage House

Victoria Avenue is a divided scenic street in Riverside, California, that cuts through an area referred to as the greenbelt. The road became a popular tourist attraction because of the many trees and exotic plants used to landscape the route. Beyond the landscaping, the road was surrounded by navel orange groves, the crop that spurred Riverside's growth. Many of the groves still exist today.

Castle Park
Castle Park5.54km from Riverside Heritage House

A wonderful 25-acre amusement park and family amusement center located in Riverside. The park utilizes a medieval "castle" theme and includes attractions such as a miniature golf course, arcade, and 22 amusement rides including two roller coasters such as Merlin's Revenge, a junior rollercoaster, and Screamin' Demon, a spinning Wild Mouse rollercoaster.

Evergreen Memorial Park
Evergreen Memorial Park6km from Riverside Heritage House

Evergreen Cemetery lies at the foot of Mount Rubidoux in Riverside, California. The cemetery was founded in 1872. There are more than 27,000 beings interred on this site, many of regional and national significance. More than 1,500 lie in the historic portion of Evergreen. Among them are Riverside’s most notable founders.

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