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Hemet is a city in Riverside County in Southern California.

Get in

Get around



  • Hemet Museum (Hemet Depot), 100 W. Florida Ave., +1 951 929-4409, [1]. Tu-Su 11AM-3PM. A small museum located in a historic railroad depot showcasing the history of the town of Hemet.
  • Western Science Center, 2345 Searl Parkway, +1 951 791-0033, [2]. Tu-Sun 10AM-5PM. The Science Center presents archaeological and paleontological artifacts and fossils including Max and Xena, mastadon and mammoth fossils uncovered during the excavation of Diamond Lake. Adult: $8, Youth (5-12): $6, under 5: Free.






  • Best Western Inn of Hemet, 2625 W Florida Avenue, +1 951 925-6605 (toll free: +1 800 605-0001, fax: +1 951 925-7095), [3].
  • Quality Inn, Hemet Hotels, 1201 W Florida Avenue, +1 951 766-1902 (fax: +1 951 766-7739), [4].
  • Motel 6, 3885 West Florida Avenue, +1 951 929-8900 (fax: +1 951 925-3716), [5].
  • Vagabond Inn Hemet, 2688 East Florida Ave, Hemet, CA 92544, 951-658-9811, [6]. checkin: 2:00 PM; checkout: 11:00 AM. The Hemet Vagabond Inn hotel is located just off Highway 74 near Diamond Lake Reservoir, Cabazon Factory Outlets and Indian Casinos.

Stay safe

Hemet has had an increasing drugs and crime problem caused in large part by the weak local economy(causing many locals to jokingly refer to their town as "Hemeth"). Tourists are, as a rule, not targeted, but it would still be wise to exercise caution in the city center and the neighbourhood to the west of it after dark and steer clear of motorcycle gangs at all times.

Get out

Idyllwild is a mountain resort 30 minutes by car from Hemet.

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