Convolutional neural network (CNN) is one of the most important tools to accomplish high-spatial-resolution remote sensing (HSRRS) image classification tasks with their unique feature extraction and feature expression capabilities. However, the CNN-based classification method is very limited due to the acquisition of HSRRS images is difficult and the sample size is limited. In addition, the extraction of features by a single model is very limited, which limits the further improvement of classification performance. To solve the above problems, we propose ResNet50-InceptionV3 based on deep transfer learning and multi-feature fusion (TLMFFRI) model to apply for high-spatial-resolution remote sensing image classification. First, both ResNet50 and InceptionV3 are trained on the ImageNet dataset. Then, transfer the trained convolutional layers weights to the TLMFFRI model to fuse the features and realize the HSRRS image classification. Finally, we evaluate the method on the HSRRS dataset. Compared with ResNet50 based on transfer learning (TL-ResNet50) and InceptionV3 based on transfer learning (TL-InceptionV3), the proposed method achieved better classification performance.