The Historic Hemet Theater was built in 1917, and opened its doors in 1921. It is one of the first buildings in Hemet to have been built with poured cement, making it fire and earthquake proof — a quality that came in handy when the corner building caught fire in 2011. The theater is non-profit: all proceeds go directly to restorative purposes. Their [https://www.facebook.com/HistoricHemetTheatre Facebook page] is regularly updated with current events and film showings.
The Science Center presents archaeological and paleontological artifacts and fossils including Max and Xena, mastadon and mammoth fossils uncovered during the excavation of Diamond Lake.
A small museum located in a historic railroad depot showcasing the history of the town of Hemet.