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

The Guy B Woodward Museum is located at 645 Main Street in Ramona

Admission:

Admission is a suggested donation of $5 per person or $20 per family

Hours:
*Hours: Saturdays from 10:00 - 4:00
* 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

Our historic buildings are not air-conditioned.

For the safety of our volunteers and guests, we are closed during "High Heat Advisories" 

 

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

Admission Includes Both the Guided and Self Guided Tours: 

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

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