1731 Market Street
Since 1935, the Cascade Theatre has always been a special place and 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. Visit their site to learn more about planned events.
Sundial Bridge Drive
The Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay is a beautiful, unique pedestrian bridge that crosses the Sacramento River and connects the Nationally-designated trail system in Redding, California, with the Turtle Bay Exploration Park and McConnell Arboretum.
TURTLE BAY PARK
844 Sundial Bridge Drive
Turtle Bay Exploration Park is a sprawling 300-acre campus filled with educational and entertaining activities all focused on the interpretation of the relationship between humans and nature. Spanning the Sacramento River and linked by the Sundial Bridge, the Park tells the story of the region and its people.
THE SACRAMENTO RIVER
The lower Sacramento River, from Redding to Anderson , California, is well known for the best rainbow trout and steelhead fishing on the west coast. The Sacramento is also California’s longest river.
The river corridor provided a unique opportunity to develop an urban trail system within several miles of lush riparian habitat. Ten miles of trails have been built so far, connecting residential neighborhoods to regional parks, federal open spaces, the 220-acre Turtle Bay Exploration Park and, most recently, to a regional commercial district.
THE CIVIC CENTER
The Redding Convention Center is located near downtown Redding in a protected open space, surrounded by the beautiful Sacramento River, the Turtle Bay Exploration Park, and the magnificent Sundial Bridge. It will accommodate over 2,000 people in plush, cushion-type seats. The downstairs area, which consists of Orchestra and Dress Circle, contains 1200 seats. The Balcony areas, seating people on both sides and the rear of the theater, has a seating capacity of 822.