San Bernardino is a booming city of California, United States. San Bernardino is home to over 205,010 warn hearted residents as by the calculation of 2006. This calculation of 2006 showed this vibrant city as the 18th largest city of California. Whereas it is ranked as the 101st largest city of United States. Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario Metropolitan Area commonly called “Inland Empire”, which is also the 14th largest in United States encircles San Bernardino. San Bernardino holds many ethnic populations including Latino & African American, Mexican-Americans. This mix population leads to a very rich and diverse heritage of city.
A trail of activities can be seen throughout the year but the mega annual fiestas are San Bernardino’s Route 66 Rendez-vous. It is a four-day festivity of America’s “Mother Road” celebrated each September. In spring, the town enjoys The Berdoo Bikes & Blues Rendezvous. Another colorful event held in spring is The National Orange Show gala featuring large citrus exposition. After the spring, the month of August brings the carnival of The Western Regional Little League Championships.
A must see venue The Robert V. Fullerton Museum of Art exhibits biggest assortment of Egyptian antiquities west of the Mississippi River. Besides this there are momentous pieces of ancient pottery from present-day Italy moreover, it contains old Chinese funerary art. The anthology of the San Bernardino Historic and Pioneer Society is preserved in The Heritage House. The original site of McDonald’s restaurant in San Bernardino is occupied by Route 66 museum. Momentous Santa Fe Depot is home to the unique The San Bernardino Railroad & History Museum. Exclusive Specialty museums incorporate the Inland Empire Military Museum too. American Sports Museum is bordering the World Boxing Council “Legends of Boxing” Museum.
San Bernardino presents rich talent, Concerts by the San Bernardino Symphony, touring Broadway theatre productions presented by Theatrical Arts International and the Inland Empire’s largest theatre company all are manifested by California Theatre of the Performing Arts. This city has the pride of presenting United States’ largest amphitheatre The Glen Helen Pavilion. The bright National Orange Show cultural Center is home to the Orange Pavilion, a stadium, two large exhibition halls, one geodesic dome as well as many magnificent ballrooms.
University District holds the largest venue named Coussoulis Arena of San Bernardino and of Riverside Counties. The Roosevelt Bowl that features outdoor theatre entertains the summer season. American Sports University adjoins “The historic 1929 Fox Theatre of San Bernardino”, which is lately been reinstated.
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