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Having passed this place many times and not been willing to pay for what appeared to be a very small museum, I finally decided to take a peek. It's free...a donation box near the entrance was not a high pressure thing. Taking the time to read the displays about the history of the native Americans was my highlight and made... 更多
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We went to the museum, It was free but asked for donations. This museum gives a very goo thumb nail sketch about the town and the area and how it was founded. It is worht the trip
A visit to the Temecula museum is a fun trip into the past. My grandkids enjoyed the museum and also buying a souvenir at the gift shop. As a long time Temecula resident, I especially enjoy enjoyed learning more about our history.
I went as a chaperone for a large group of 3rd graders. One docent did an excellent job- catering her presentation to the children. The other docent was busy pandering to the only adult male chaperone in the group- practically ignoring all the women chaperones and the children. Nonetheless, the information was worthwhile and fascinating. The young man in the... 更多
If you like to learn a bit about history like me then I suggest this museum... I was raised in temecula and find it to be my home place that has grown into a really pretty but overpopulated place.
I was amazed by all the local history. They have several things that change on display so it's not always the same and it makes it more fun to go and learn about our beautiful and very historical Temecula!
Nice little museum. Downstairs covers the history of the Temecula Valley from the native people through the Spanish/Mexican Period to the Anglo farming and ranching times of yesteryear. They did a very good job of putting the information together for you.
Most of the first floor of this museum was devoted to telling the story of the native Americans who were thrown off their land. Upstairs was supposed to have an exhibit on the making of marbles but instead, there was a hubcap art exhibit. An area was set aside to honor Stanley Erle Gardner, author and creator of the Perry... 更多
Hi Melody. Sounds like you had a mixed experience at our museum. We appreciate your comments, and want to clarify... 更多
I was in Temecula for a day just searching for traces of Erle Stanley Gardner, the author of Perry Mason and the first of the "big money" authors. He had had a large ranch there. I decided to try the museum for information on where his old ranch was and found a marvelous surprise. First, the volunteers are really, really,... 更多
The charge to enter the museum is a donation - I think they suggest $5 but you can put in anything you like - or nothing. It's basically the history of the area, which is quite interesting and a quilt show was on display also. The gift shop is cute and we did make a few purchases for the granddaughters..as... 更多