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Redding is famous for its outdoor recreation, but we're just as active when the sun goes down! Take your pick of Redding's music and film festivals, museums and art galleries, historical sites, tours, classes, and more. Redding is the urban hub of far Northern California, and home to the historic Cascade Theatre: a historic landmark and beautifully-restored Art Deco performing arts venue that hosts circuses, humorists, chart-toppers, and everything in between. If you like to live in the past, or just visit it, the Shasta Historical Society has fascinating material in its downtown Redding location, and is a great resource for exploring historical sites around Redding and its outskirts. Stop by the Shasta County Arts Council to browse the latest art exhibits and sign up for a class to make your own masterpieces. Whether you come to Redding for the paddling, or to sit front row at the big event, be sure to make plenty of room for Redding arts and culture on your itinerary! 



Small Mouth Sounds
In the overwhelming quiet of the woods, six runaways from city life embark on a silent retreat. As these strangers confront internal demons both profound and absurd, their vows of silence collide with the achingly human need to connect. Filled…
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Me & You; Us.
Have you met you? Redding City Dance Company dares you to explore every human’s hopes, fears and motivations through movement and sound.Featuring artists from Cirque Du Soleil, Juilliard NYC, and eighteen other local, professional dancers, this dance concert is going…
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Of Mice and Men
Two drifters, George and his friend Lennie, with delusions of living off the "fat of the land," have just arrived at a ranch to work for enough money to buy their own place. Lennie is a man-child, a little boy…
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Rumi’s Caravan Celebrates Ecstatic Poetry and Music
 Rumi: An 800-Year-Old Mystic Poet and Sufi Master Who Is One of the Most Popular Poets in America Rumi’s Caravan brings to life the rich tradition of ecstatic poetry, featuring the mystical poems of Rumi, Hafiz, Rilke, Mary Oliver and…
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Small Mouth Sounds
In the overwhelming quiet of the woods, six runaways from city life embark on a silent retreat. As these strangers confront internal demons both profound and absurd, their vows of silence collide with the achingly human need to connect. Filled…
READ MORE
Of Mice and Men
Two drifters, George and his friend Lennie, with delusions of living off the "fat of the land," have just arrived at a ranch to work for enough money to buy their own place. Lennie is a man-child, a little boy…
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Small Mouth Sounds
In the overwhelming quiet of the woods, six runaways from city life embark on a silent retreat. As these strangers confront internal demons both profound and absurd, their vows of silence collide with the achingly human need to connect. Filled…
READ MORE
Wynonna and the Big Noise
Wynonna is a five-time GRAMMY-winner with over 30 million albums sold and twenty No.1 hits such as “Mama He’s Crazy,” “Why Not me,” and “Grandpa, (Tell Me ‘Bout The Good Ole Days).” Dubbed by Rolling Stone “the greatest female country…
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Chonda Pierce: Still Laughing
Emmy®-nominated and best-selling comedian CHONDA PIERCE, or “the country comic” as Billboard Magazine dubbed her, has been making audiences laugh for more than two decades with her winning combination of fierce wit and southern charm. A stand-up comedian, television hostess,…
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Art Exhibit and Sculpture Park at City Hall
The walls on all three floors of Redding's City Hall are lined with spectacular artwork featured by local artists in an art exhibit that rotates quarterly. Outside, the beautifully landscaped grounds are home to both permanent and touring works of stone, metal, and Mosaiculture art pieces. More Information
777 Cypress Avenue,
Redding, CA
Behrens-Eaton House Museum
The Behrens-Eaton House, a Victorian style turn of the century home, is located at 1520 West Street, Redding, California. It was built by John Scott in 1895 and purchased by Charles Behrens, Sheriff of Shasta County and grandfather of Judge Richard Behrens Eaton, in 1898. The Behrens-Eaton family lived in the… More Information
1520 West St,
Redding, CA
Carter House Art Gallery
The Carter House Gallery gives North Valley Art League (NVAL) members the opportunity to display and sell their artwork throughout the year. The art in the Gallery is ever-changing, as new shows are hung approximately every month. In addition to the members' shows, there are seven months out of… More Information
48 Quartz Hill Road,
Redding, CA
Cascade Theatre
When the Cascade Theatre threw open its doors in 1935, it was proclaimed as the finest cinema house in northern California, featuring “an interior rich in beauty and fitted with all the latest discoveries of science designed to offer the most comfort and the greatest pleasure to theater goers.” It… More Information
1731 Market Street,
Redding, CA
Dunsmuir Museum
Railroad history memorabilia, an unusual 1919 Western Electric cardboard telephone switch-board, vintage clothing, office equipment, and antique fishing gear are preserved in this privately maintained museum tucked into a steep side street in the old commercial district of the canyon railroad town once know as Pusher. More Information
4101 Pine Street,
Dunsmuir, CA
Fort Crook Museum
Fort Crook was established on July 1, 1857, to protect travelers on the Shasta - Yreka Road and the Lockhart Ferries. Built by Company A, 1st Dragoons under the command of Captain John W. T. Gardner, the fort consisted of 25 - 30 log buildings enclosed by a pine-pole stockade… More Information
43030 Fort Crook Museum Ave,
Fall River Mills, CA
Jake Jackson Memorial Museum
The objective of the Trinity County Historical Society is to discover, collect, preserve and disseminate knowledge about the history of Trinity County. It is an organization of volunteers and all of its activities and accomplishments are due to the interest and effort of its members. The Trinity Pioneer Association and… More Information
H2y 299W/Main Street,
Weaverville, CA
Kelly Griggs House Museum
The Kelly Griggs House Museum is a classical two-story Victorian home built in the 1880s. Museum guides lead tours through rooms where Victorian-garbed mannequins grace the authentic antique furnishings of the period. Also on display are Native American artifacts, and the Pioneer Room is filled with photographs of Tehama County. More Information
311 Washington Street,
Red Bluff, CA
O Street Gallery
O Street Gallery is the brainchild of Phil and Kate Barker, owners of Oregon Street Antique Mall, who have designated more than half of their upstairs loft area to promote north state art and culture. Shelly Shively, O Street Gallery’s curator, is impressed with the high caliber of work, as well… More Information
1261 Oregon Street,
Redding, CA
Old City Hall Arts Center
Truly a monument to the colorful history of Redding, Old City Hall Arts Center now serves as a central resource for the arts in Shasta County. The Shasta County Arts Council (SCAC) acts as steward of the historic Old City Hall Arts Center. The facility houses a gallery, classroom, performance… More Information
1313 Market Street,
Redding, CA
Redding Civic Auditorium
The Redding Civic Auditorium (previously known as the Redding Convention Center) is conveinently located near the Sacramento River, Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Sundial Bridge and downtown Redding. The Civic hosts a variety of entertainment events including conventions, trade shows, concerts, banquets, and festivals. It can accommodate… More Information
700 Auditorium Drive,
Redding, CA
Riverfront Playhouse
A Redding-area community theatre since 1981, the Riverfront Playhouse offers an array of plays featuring local talent. More Information
1620 E. Cypress Avenue,
Redding, CA
Shasta College Art Gallery
Located in building 300 the Shasta College Art Gallery has become one of the Art Department's strongest programs. Offering six exhibitions annually the gallery features art work by nationally and internationally renowned artists as well as the annual faculty and student shows. Seen as an educational program the gallery, which… More Information
11555 Old Oregon Trail,
Redding, CA
Shasta College Theatre
The Shasta College Theatre Arts Department operates 12 months a year. Its activities include: offering classes, producing plays and musicals, promotion and box office, and program development. The department features two main stage productions each academic year and a vigorous Summer Theatre Festival of popular musicals and comedies. More Information
11555 Old Oregon Trail,
Redding, CA
Shasta Historical Society
The Shasta Historical Society was formed on January 19, 1930, by a group of people who had been collecting then-living pioneers' accounts of their lives in the Gold Rush days. These accounts were then published in the newspaper as "The Trails Of 49." Collecting pioneer stories remains one of the… More Information
1449 Market Street,
Redding, CA
Shasta State Historic Park
Six miles west of Redding a row of old, half-ruined, brick buildings remind passing motorists that Shasta City, the "Queen City" of California's northern mining district, once stood on this site. These ruins and some of the nearby roads, cottages, and cemeteries are all silent but eloquent vestiges of the… More Information
Hwy 299,
Shasta, CA
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… More Information
1 N Old Stage Road,
Mount Shasta, CA
Sundial Bridge
Designed by Santiago Calatrava the Sundial Bridge is an architectural marvel! The glass decked, cable-stayed cantilever suspension bridge reaches 217 feet into the sky and, spans 710 feet across the Sacramento River, and is the world’s largest working sundial. As an environmentally conscious structure, Sundial Bridge was intentionally constructed without… More Information
840 Sundial Bridge Pkwy,
Redding, CA
Turtle Bay Exploration Park and Museum
Turtle Bay Exploration Park is a 300-acre campus along the banks of the Sacramento River with educational and entertaining activities and experiences that interpret the relationship between humans and nature. The Park tells the story of the region and its people through a museum that includes an underground aquarium, Native… More Information
844 Sundial Bridge Parkway,
Redding, CA
Weaverville Joss House State Historic Park
The temple is the oldest continuously used Chinese temple in California. On display are art objects, pictures, mining tools, and weapons used in the 1854 Tong War. This Taoist temple is still a place of worship and a fascinating look into the role played by Chinese immigrants in early California… More Information
630 Main Street,
Weaverville, CA
William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park
William B. Ide wrote the proclamation that established the short-lived California Bear Republic in 1846. It lasted 22 days. Ide recognized the opportunities available to him in the West and as a surveyor, miner, treasurer, district attorney, deputy clerk, and judge, provided support and leadership to this northern part of… More Information
21659 Adobe Rd,
Red Bluff, CA

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