Museums
Rancho Cucamonga, California
Historic House
Upland, California
History, Specialized
The Cooper Regional History museum is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history and culture of the communities of Upland, Ontario, Montclair, Mt. Baldy and Rancho Cucamonga.
Fontana, California
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Fontana Historical Society contains books, pamphlets, photographs, yearbooks, maps, phone books, and newspapers pertaining to Fontana's history.
Ontario, California
Historic House
Graber Olive House Museum in Ontario, CA is one of more than 15,400 museums in the MuseumsUSA directory. Find an exciting museum to visit where you live or vacation today.
Rancho Cucamonga, California
Culture, History, Historic House
The restored 1860 rancho residence of John and Maria Merced Rains is the oldest fired brick structure standing in San Bernardino County. National Register of Historic Places 75-428.
Fontana, California
Children's, Nature Centers, Park, Science
Located in south Fontana at the foot of the Jurupa Hills, the Mary Vagle Nature Center is a natural refuge in the midst of an urban landscape. Here you can enjoy a walk along the nature trail winding around the pond, spot what is currently blooming in our native gardens, or venture inside and discover exhibits of local plants, animals, geology and history.
Ontario, California
Art
the Museum's collections illustrate the history of Ontario and surrounding communities. Exhibits focus on local, regional or national significance.
Rancho Cucamonga, California
Art
The Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art is located on the main campus of Chaffey College situated in the City of Rancho Cucamonga in Southern California. The Chaffey Community College District serves a population of 650,000 residents of the Inland Valley including the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, Fontana, Montclair, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga and Upland.
Chino, California
Culture, History, Historic House
This 1852 historic adobe was the home of Raimundo Yorba and was purchased in 1868 by Fenton M. Slaughter. California Historic Landmark #191; National Register of Historic Places 75-450.