Redlands is a city in the United States located in the southwestern part of San Bernardino County, California. In the 18th century, after the arrival of the first settlers, the territory of today's Redlands was included in the San Bernardino Ranch. Although settlement began in 1865, its intensification took place after constructing a railway linking southern California with San Francisco.
Redlands is located in the Los Angeles metropolitan area and the Inland Empire region, approximately 103 km east of Los Angeles and about 16 km southeast of the county's capital city of San Bernardino. Interstate 10 runs through the town. Los Angeles International Airport is an hour's drive away.
Several colleges are in Redlands, including the University of Redlands, and Redlands Unified School District manages the well-funded primary education.
The San Bernardino County Museum, Museum of Redlands, Fox Event Center, The Lincoln Memorial Shrine, A. K. Smiley Public Library, Pharaoh's Adventure Park, and The Grove Redlands are among the numerous cultural and entertainment attractions. There are also over 24 parks, which together take up over 143 acres of space.
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