- Redlands may also refer to Redland City, South East Queensland, Australia.
Redlands is a city in San Bernardino County in Southern California.
Ontario International airport (IATA: ONT) is the closest airport. Located west of Redlands, this airport serves as the regional point of entry.
If you are traveling by car, Redlands is located alongside Interstate 10, just east of the 215 Interstate interchange.
- University of Redlands, 1200 E. Colton Ave., ☎ 909-793-2121, . edit
- Lincoln Memorial Shrine, 125 W. Vine St., ☎ (909)798-7632, . Tuesday-Sunday 1-5pm. edit
- Karl Webster, Matlock. For cyclists, ride the Sunset Drive which is the long road running around the top end of the town. Also from there, drop down into the canyons of San Timiteo and Live Oak. The scent of the orange groves is heavenly. edit
- Market Night, E. State St. and Orange St., . Thursdays, 6-10pm. On Thursday evenings, a street market is held on E. State Street. Food stalls, crafts and a farmers' market selling fresh fruit and veg are among the attractions, and live bands perform there frequently, especially in the summer months. Plentiful parking is available in the virtually derelict Redlands Mall on the other side of Orange. (34.056493,-117.181756) edit
- Cuca's Mexican Restaurant, 527 E. State St. (walk-up service) or 1752 Lugonia Ave. (sit-down service)
- Benjarong Thai Cuisine, 1001 Park Ave.
- Citrone, 328 Orange St.
- Ocean Blue Sushi, 347 Orange St.
- Niko Niko Sushi, 27510 W. Lugonia Ave. (located in Citrus Plaza)
- Phoenicia Mediterranean, 1560 Barton Rd.
- Chipotle Mexican Grill, 625 Orange St.
- Rubio's Baja Grill, 633 Orange St.
- The Gourmet Pizza Shoppe, 120 E. State St.
- Betty's Hamburgers, 26 E. State St.
- Coco's Bakery and Restaurant, 1140 Colton Ave.
- McDuff's, 233 E. State St.
- The Royal Falconer, 106 E. Orange St.
- Tartan of Redlands, 24 E. Redlands Blvd.
- Charlie Jewell's, 1 E. State St. (colloquially known as "Chuck's Nuts")
- Best Western Sandman Motel, 1120 W Colton Avenue, ☎ +1 909 793-2001 (fax: +1 909 792-7612), . edit
While downtown Redlands is essentially safe and has far less of a crime problem than some nearby cities (notably San Bernardino), panhandlers, some of them aggressive, are increasingly targeting this relatively affluent (compared to those surrounding it) city. You are likely to be pestered by beggars in and around State Street on non-Market Night evenings, while using bank ATMs on Orange Street and in the parking lot of the Orange Street Plaza mall.