Guy B. Woodward Museum
Owned and Operated by The Ramona Pioneer Historical Society


We are excited to announce that we are OPEN!

The Guy B Woodward Museum is located at

645 Main Street, Ramona, CA 92065

(760) 789-7644 


* Saturdays from 10:00am - 4:00pm (suggested donation $5 per person)
* Monday - Friday by appointment (suggested donation $5 per person)

* Group Tours and Field Trips are available by appointment 
* Archive research and libraries are available by appointment

* The Barnett Barn event space is available by appointment

   Call 760-789-7644 for weekday tours, group tours, field trips, event space rental or research appointments

Included in the admission are both the guided and self guided tours. The guided tour leaves on the half hour.

The guided tour includes:

* The Verlaque House - A seven room 1886 adobe filled with period antiques

The self guided tour includes:

* The Wine Cellar Gallery - This large exhibit space includes exhibits on the military, mining, Ramona's businesses, photography, film, Casey Tibbs, and more!

* The Old Steel Jail - The seven-ton steel jail was Ramona's jail until 1915

Wagons, Buggies, Farm Equipment, Tractors, and a Fire Truck

* Mining Equipment - A great way to learn about Ramona's mining history

Bunkhouse, Tack Room and Blacksmith Shop - These buildings were moved from the Warnock Ranch and show what it was like to live in Ramona in the 1870s

* The One-Room School House - Learn what it was like to be a student at the turn of the 20th century 

* Millinery Shop - This building includes an extensive collection of clothing and historic textiles dating to the late 1700s

* Post Office & Gift Shop - The historic post office is full of postal antiques along with a small collection of books and postcards 

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