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Embrace History

Embrace History


The 1938 Ontario Laundry building, later Blue Seal Laundry, was cleverly designed by architect Peter Ficker with a tower resembling a washing machine spinner. Now Gloria’s Cocina Mexicana is the perfect place to embrace history over a delicious breakfast.



From breakfast on historic Euclid Avenue in Ontario head to Graber Olive House. Here in the quiet and serene surroundings, visitors are welcomed and delighted to discover a bit of early California! Family owned and operated since 1984 the world-famous Graber Olives and a hand- picked, tree ripened olive enjoyed by generations. Shops and tours of the cannery are available.

Logan’s Candies holds the world record for the largest hand-made candy cane and it is proudly displayed on the wall of this old fashion candy store. Every holiday season children watch the candy maker craft delicious candy canes of all flavors. Open year round with all kinds of chocolates, ribbon candy, ice cream, and gifts this little shop is a fond reminder of yesteryear.


Ontario Museum of History and Art is an education of the roots that made the City of Ontario. A well displayed story with several antiques and unique stories that will engage and surprise you. Ontario Museum of History & Art enhances knowledge and understanding of the community through dynamic and vibrant experiences.


Stop by the Route 66 trail head of the Pacific Electric Trail on Foothill Boulevard on your way to dinner at Sycamore Inn. Enjoy reading the history of the Pacific Electric Trail, walk of some of original “Mother Road” of Route 66, and snap a photo with some of the famous Rancho Cucamonga Grape vines. Just down the street is the iconic Sycamore Inn. Since 1948 this landmark has been a tradition for special evenings, banquets and special events for generations. The menu featuring Midwestern cornfed prime steaks, prime ribs of beef, as well as other delicious and exciting entrees, salads, and side dishes. The Sycamore Inn always features Luigi's minestrone soup, a hearty favorite for over 50 years.

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