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Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties

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3855 Market St, Riverside, CA 92501-3225
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Landmark Tour of Historic Mission Inn
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Landmark Tour of Historic Mission Inn
The Mission Inn, a National Historic Landmark, is the cultural and historic icon of Riverside. With a history dating to the late 19th century, this hotel experienced its golden age from 1915-1935, and features a variety of grand rooms to fascinate and amaze. Founder Frank Miller, a collector of the eclectic, brought artifacts from around the world to share with guests and visitors alike. Experience the Mission Inn with exclusive tours offered by the Mission Inn Museum.
$20.00 per adult
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Visit this renovated space for an overview of Riverside history through the eyes of minority groups. Thoughtful displays on the main floor include a short documentary film and children's corner. Upstairs, see the work of Riverside resident and Japanese American artist Mine
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They are going through a transition in leadership and staffing, and only have staff to keep it open to the public noon-4 pm on Saturdays. They will be closed during July. Beautifully renovated former bank building next to White Park. The excellent video is shown in the former
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Went to the building for the historical architecture but fell in love with the exhibits. The story of Mine Okubu is both heartbreaking and inspirational.
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Mine Okubo's drawings of life in a WW II interment camp were exceptional. This was worth the trip. We are glad the exhibit exists. The preserved building itself is worth a trip. Bring your camera for the classic architecture. My first visit was distracted by a few uncalled for
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The collection is unusual and moving, featuring people and events not often seen. Riverside's rich history is well displayed on the first floor. The paintings by Mine Okubo were worth the trip alone.
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