As with all non-profits, volunteers are the backbone of the organization. We have many local folks who volunteer as docents, doing housekeeping, maintenance, and other in other areas of their expertise. Volunteering is easy! Just call our office at 770-789-7644 to make arrangements. This can be your way to serve the community of Ramona.
Guests can travel back to western days gone-by at the Guy B. Woodward Museum in downtown Ramona. Housed in the 1886 adobe Verlaque House, the museum exhibits historic treasures of early Western culture, including antique furnishings, vintage clothing, cowboy artifacts and mining equipment. Resembling a small Old West town, the surroundings buildings include a cowboy bunk house, blacksmith shop, tack room, one-room school, post office, and millinery shop. The museum also contains the Casey Tibbs Memorial Exhibit, Bancroft Memorial Rose Garden and Dr. James Robert Moriarity III Archaeological Archives. A large collection of pioneer wagons and tools, a medicine wagon and an early day Ramona firetruck are also on display.