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  • Arts & Museums

    »Fallbrook Historical Society

    Set apart from the hustle and bustle of San Diego's downtown life, many of the same buildings that stood more than a century ago still stand. The Fallbrook Historical Society's Museum is a large, one-room museum. In the middle of the room, a large model of Fallbrook more than a century ago displays the original train tracks that went through the town. Along the walls of the room, the museum is sectioned off by display cases that allow guests to take themselves on a self-guided tour from the early days of Fallbrook to just a few years ago. For those who think the Fallbrook Historical Society Museum only displays information about Fallbrook, the museum includes information on Bonsall, Duluce, and Rainbow. Call ahead for hours.

    260 Rocky Crest Road
    Fallbrook, CA 92028

    »Fallbrook Gem & Mineral Society

    The Fallbrook Gem and Mineral Society is dedicated to mineralogy, paleontology, and similar earth sciences. Visitors can peruse their museum or participate in one of their many events. The Gem and Mineral Society holds various events throughout the year, including beading, grab bag-making, and work parties that include potluck lunches. They also participate in various local events, such as the San Diego County Fair. For those interested in using the Fallbrook Gem and Mineral Society’s meeting room for their own conferences, they rent it out by the hour. And for those interested in learning more about mineralogy or any of the related fields of science, they can visit the Society’s virtual store on their website. - Erick Pettersen

    123 West Alvarado Street
    San Diego, CA 92028

    »Brandon Gallery

    Located in the quaint town of Fallbrook, this art venue celebrates works by local talent. The exciting community art gallery features the ongoing work of more than 20 local members and invited guests. The artists work in various disciplines to produce paintings in all media and sculpture. The shop also displays local hand-thrown pottery, basketry, fiber art and jewelry. Feature exhibitions for individual artists and craft creators are mounted bi-monthly.

    105 North Main Avenue
    Fallbrook, CA 92028

    »Blue Heron Gallery

    The Blue Heron Gallery hosts works by several artists and seeks to bring in a wide variety of works for people to enjoy. Those works range from paintings to photography, silver to pottery, and various other types of art. The Blue Heron Gallery will gladly open for those unable to make it to their showroom during their regular hours, Though they have regular business hours and do not require reservations, they host eight to ten shows a year, so they recommend reservations. The Blue Heron Gallery also buys art from artists and collectors they do not normally work with. - Erick Pettersen

    113 North Main Avenue
    San Diego, CA 92028

    »Hidden Forest Art Gallery

    More than an art gallery, the Hidden Forest Art Gallery is home to exotic creatures from around the world. Featuring some of the leading wildlife paintings in the world, the artwork at the Hidden Forest Art Gallery captures the beauty of nature. For those who might enjoy a more realistic view, this art gallery also features sculptures of various animals. For those who would like to take the beauty of The Hidden Forest Art Gallery home with them, each piece is available for purchase. And for anyone unable to visit this gallery, the artist brings his artwork to shows all over the world. - Erick Pettersen

    936 South Live Oak Park Road
    San Diego, CA 92028

    »Rancho Guajome Adobe

    In 1851, Ysidora Bandini and Cave Johnson Couts received this piece of land upon their marriage. Couts built an adobe on the land in 1853, which remained as a family residence for over a century. The land and the adobe have since been acquired by San Diego County, and now serve as a popular tourist site. This site includes a bakery, blacksmith's shop, carriage court and private chapel. Tours are given on Saturdays and Sundays or by appointment. Call ahead for schedule.

    2210 North Santa Fe Avenue
    Vista, CA 92083

    »Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum

    Turn-of-the-century farm equipment is on display here at Southern California's only "early farm life" museum. Giant threshers, combines and steam-driven balers fill Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum and represent the farming techniques that turned the Northern San Diego County area into one of the nation's leading agricultural giants. Threshing Bees and Antique Engine Shows are held on the third and fourth weekends of June and October.

    2040 North Santa Fe Avenue
    Vista, CA 92083

    »Heritage Park Village & Museum

    The City of Oceanside assembled this collection of historic old buildings to celebrate the 1976 United States Bicentennial. Some of the structures filling this green, placid park are an old blacksmith's shop and livery stable, an early doctor's office, an antique jail, a one-room schoolhouse and two early newspaper buildings. Free tours are offered on Sundays or by appointment. Docents are on duty at the park Sundays from 1pm-4pm. There is a small souvenir stand and the docents will sell you ice cream. Only cash is accepted.

    220 Peyri Road
    Oceanside, CA 92057

    »Mission San Luis Rey

    This beautiful mission is part of the chain of California missions built by the Spaniards under the direction of Father Fermin Lasuen. Built in 1798 to help convert and educate the local Native Americans, this well-preserved structure depicts life in the early 18th Century through artifacts, preserved rooms and a collection of religious art. The museum houses the most extensive collection of old Spanish vestments in the United States. You will also find a picnic area and gift shop. Self-guided tours are available.

    4050 Mission Avenue
    Oceanside, CA 92057

    »Palomar Observatory

    About an hour from the city's bright lights, you will find a free, self-guided tour of Palomar Observatory, one of the country's finest. With its 200-inch Hale telescope, this site has been credited with some of the most fascinating astronomical discoveries of last century. A small museum holds photos and videos of these discoveries. Picnic area, hiking trails and great panoramic views of the county are all worth the visit though the winding mountain roads may be a challenge. Special programs are offered during astronomic events, so call for schedules.

    35899 Canfield Road
    Palomar Mountain, CA 92060

    »Deer Park Winery and Automotive Museum

    This family-owned gallery is a tribute to the bygone eras of American society, featuring distinct collections of classic automobiles and San Diego wines. Vintage vehicles such as Cadillac, Buick and Ford are featured in the main showroom. Meanwhile, the Barbie Bridal room features a fascinating collection of America's favorite doll. Inside the barrel-aging room, oak barrels house the wines until they are perfect. Check out the bountiful vineyards, where grapes are harvested yearly during August and September.

    29013 Champagne Boulevard
    Escondido, CA 92026

    »Temecula Museum

    The rich history of Temecula Valley is on display for all to see at this museum featuring exhibits on the different cultures that helped this area become what it is today. Handmade artifacts, documents, ranching and farming equipment, photographs, traveling exhibits, and special collections are all on display.

    28314 Mercedes Street
    Temecula, California 92590
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