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The First Congregational Church of Riverside is a historic church at 3504 Mission Inn Avenue in Riverside, California. It was designed by Myron Hunt, and built in 1913. It was added to the National Register in 1997.It is a two-story Spanish Colonial Revival building with a Latin cross plan with a 125 feet Churrigueresque style corner tower.
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Riverside Art Museum
0.13km from First Congregational Church
A majestic art museum which focuses on addressing social issues and offers art classes as well as other events in order to inspire and build community. Its permanent collection consists of approximately 1500 pieces including artists like Karl Benjamin, Rex Brandt, Millard Sheets, and Marc Chagall. they also hosts educational classes and workshops for all ages, community projects, museum tours, and birthday parties.
Mission Inn Museum
0.21km from First Congregational Church
This Museum and Foundation which preserves, interprets, and promotes the history of the National Historic Landmark Mission Inn Hotel & Spa. It promotes the cultural heritage of the Mission Inn. It is operated by the Mission Inn Foundation, an independent nonprofit organization. A permanent exhibition features the history of the inn as well as inland Southern California history. The main gallery hosts changing exhibitions which rotate 2-3 times per year.
0.22km from First Congregational Church
UCR ARTS is the West Coast's premier university photography museum and contemporary art center. It strives to advance the understanding and appreciation of the arts through extraordinary experiences in contemporary visual and performing art, photography and photographic technologies, past and present.
Sweeney Art Gallery
0.25km from First Congregational Church
The Sweeney Art Gallery is located in the Culver Center and its shows frequently spill over into the Culver Atrium. It serves as an artistic laboratory that engages diverse audiences with exhibitions and programs committed to experimentation, innovation, and the exploration of art in our time.
0.47km from First Congregational Church
The Harada House is a historic house in Riverside, California. The house was the focus of a critical application of the California Alien Land Law of 1913, which prevented foreigners who were ineligible for citizenship from owning property. The house, created in 1884 and built upon by the Harada family, was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1990 and is currently overseen by the Museum of Riverside.
Evergreen Memorial Park
1.41km from First Congregational Church
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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