Historic Upland Walking Tours
A Victorian home, lush gardens, and a former police station are just some of the great local attractions participants of the Historic Upland Walking Tours can expect to see along the way. These interactive walking tours are designed to educate both local residents and tourists about the rich history of the city of Upland. Tours are typically held on the second Saturday of the month. They start promptly at 10am from the steps of the Cooper Museum, and take about one and a half hours to complete.
The tour will take the group on a mile-long walk through the streets of Upland, as they stop at more than 20 different historical spots along the way. Each tour can accommodate up to 12 people, and while reservations are not required, they are highly suggested. These exciting tours are free for all participants, but they do encourage each member of the group to donate $5 to the Cooper Museum.
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