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The City of San Bernardino is a community rich in history and cultural diversity. Influences of Native Americans, Mexican settlers, Spanish missionaries and Mormon emigrants can still be seen throughout the City today. From the day in 1810 when Franciscan missionary Father Dumetz named the area San Bernardino to the present, San Bernardino – nestled south of the San Bernardino Mountains and west of the lower desert – has been recognized for its scenic beauty and strategic location. Today, the City of San Bernardino serves as the county seat and is the largest city in the County of San Bernardino with a population of over 213,000.
An inviting city within the Inland Empire of Southern California, San Bernardino offers numerous attractions and outlets for entertainment. Palm trees and rugged mountain peaks can be seen from the streets of San Bernardino, adding a tropical feel to days spent touring the city. San Bernardino County, besides being the largest county in the country, is a geographical hot spot with forest, desert, and ocean environments.
Culture and history run deep through the city of San Bernardino, with top attractions that include San Manuel Stadium for baseball games and the California Theatre of the Performing Arts for the latest Broadway shows. A unique roadside attraction on Route 66, the original McDonalds site in San Bernardino is now the unofficial museum of the franchise and a fun place to visit. Entertainment doesn’t stop after sundown in San Bernardino, and places like the National Orange Show Event Center host performances well into the night.
For tourists and residents alike, some of the main sites of San Bernardino can be found in the San Bernardino Mountains, also known as the Alps of Southern California. The entirety of the San Bernardino National Forest is at the backdoor of the city, including aquatic destinations like Big Bear and Silverwood Lake. For even more outdoor adventures close to the city, Glen Helen Regional Park is a wonderful place for a picnic or a walk.