Chico Museum - Exhibits change several times a year and include prestigious traveling exhibits as well as those created by the Museum focusing on local Chico and Butte County history.
Mt Shasta Ski Park - The Ski Park has entertained more than 2 million skiers and snowboarders. 425 acres of skiable terrain, 32 trails, and terrain parks for beginner, intermediate and advanced thrill seekers. Don't miss out on some of the best skiing and snowboarding around.
Cascade Theatre - In 1935, the Cascade Theatre was a vital element of Redding's cultural and economic life. Today the Cascade once again flourishes as a place that breathes new life into Redding's downtown and brings people of all ages together to be entertained and inspired.
Oroville Chinese Temple & Museum Complex - Dedicated in the spring of 1863, this building served as a temple of worship for 10,000 Chinese. The temple has now become a museum filled with immigrant history.
Gold Nugget Museum - On the grounds, you will see a blacksmith shop, gold sluices and a miner's cabin, a schoolhouse and a covered bridge that spans the width of a rushing creek. These exhibits come alive during special events such as Gold Nugget Days, Days of Living History, Living History School Program and other special events during the year.
Lake Shasta Caverns - Adventure begins with a ride across the crystal blue waters of Shasta Lake on a 65 foot catamaran. Upon entering the carefully preserved underground world of the caverns, you will be surrounded by crystal beauty 250 million years in the making!
National Yo-yo Museum - The largest public display of yo-yo's and yo-yo memorabilia in the country, the Museum features displays of yo-yos from the earliest commercial production in the 1920′s and 1930′s to the current performance designed yoyo's used by top competitors today.
Old Town Music Hall - Where classic silent films have been regularly scheduled in an authentic 1920s movie house with the Mighty WurliTzer accompanying since 1968.
Sisson Museum - Mount Shasta City was know as the town of Sisson until it was renamed in 1924. The museum building was erected in 1906 and served as the main hatchery building of the California Department of Fish and Game Mount Shasta Fish Hatchery until it was declared no longer usable 72 years later.
Butte County Historical Society - Actively brings local history to the community through research, preservation and publication. In a county of extremely varied geography from valley wetlands to mighty rivers and high mountains, the agricultural, industrial and cultural history is equally diverse.
Chico Air Museum - Indoor Display is housed in one of the last remaining Chico Army Air Base buildings still in existence.
Museum of Anthropology - Located at California State University in Chico, the Anthropology Museum includes 1700 square feet of exhibit space with several exhibits about various peoples and cultures.
Janet Turner Print Museum - As many as a thousand different artists…more than 3,000 fine art prints including linocuts, serigraphs, etchings, lithographs and digital prints representing surrealism, German expressionism, impressionism, abstract expressionism, pop, op, photorealism spanning six centuries from more than 40 countries.
Need 2 Speed - Northern California's only electric, high-speed public indoor kart racing facility. This 57,000 square-foot, climate controlled facility boosts over 1/2 mile of track configuration accommodating both junior and adult karts.
Turtle Bay Exploration Park - Educates visitors of all ages with entertaining and stimulating exhibitions and programs that interpret the complex relationships between people and their environments.
Living Memorial Sculpture Garden - Situated on 136 acres of land provided by the USDA Forest Service, which were replanted with tens of thousands of trees by countless volunteers. The trees are living tribute to those who have sacrificed their lives in war. The sculpture garden, a place for reflection & remembrance, healing & reconciliation.
Gallery in Mount Shasta - The place to come for beautiful art featured in various collections: Mount Shasta images, Native American, Wildlife and Zen-inspired spiritual art.
Waterworks Park - Located in Redding, Waterwords is a waterpark offering entertainment for the entire family. The park offers 3 giant serpentine water slides, inner tube ride, kiddy pool, food, gifts and lots of fun.