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Corona Heritage Park and Museum

510 W Foothill Pkwy, Corona, CA 92882-6305
+1 951-898-0687
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Learn about Corona

This is a great place to visit to know more about your City. The people who work at the Corona... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
otija
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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Small but Mighty Museum

Well, I'm a little (a lot) partial to this park & museum (I have a shop in the park - Good Cents... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2016
Terri V
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Corona, California
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  • Average12%
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22 May 2017
“Learn about Corona”
25 Jul 2016
“Small but Mighty Museum”
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510 W Foothill Pkwy, Corona, CA 92882-6305
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

This is a great place to visit to know more about your City. The people who work at the Corona Heritage Museum have done a great job in constantly adding to the information about Corona and its people. It looks small but there is so...More

Thank otija
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Well, I'm a little (a lot) partial to this park & museum (I have a shop in the park - Good Cents Vintage & Thrift). But seriously, this is a sweet little historic park with a nice museum. Corona has a lot of history and...More

Thank Terri V
Reviewed 19 May 2016

so interesting to get history on the city you live in, and this little museum and beautiful park have so much info on the city of Corona. Well worth the time even IF you don't live here.

Thank E1359NQmaryr
Reviewed 26 April 2016

Who even knew this place existed and it's free of charge. Great place to spend a Saturday afternoon.

Thank Jeff R
Reviewed 25 April 2016

what a nice little park. there is a free art gallery, a minature train museum, a glass blower, artists in residence. and the corona heritage museum. something for everyone

Thank 268iray
Reviewed 22 April 2016

Corona was once the Lemon Capital of the World, and the Heritage Park was one of the main ranch headquarters, There was offices, housing and warehouses which now house a museum, art gallery, model railroad house, numerous art studios and an antique store. If you...More

Thank zapprint
Reviewed 25 February 2016

You can see how the city of Corona has change by looking at the items displayed here. Times change. The cattle are mostly gone how, replaced with homes. I have seen it in the past and am still alive to see the changes. Come, see...More

Thank dorobo123
Reviewed 15 December 2015

Took the wife and grandson on a week day . We were the only ones there but no problem as it's self guided .Lots of stuff to see . If you like antiques you will like the Museum .

1  Thank 18ronaldh
Reviewed 3 August 2015

If you want to learn more about the history of Corona, this is the place. It's a small museum but it's filled with all kinds of great memorabilia and info on the town. Defnitely worth a visit for all Corona residents!

2  Thank Sarah G
Reviewed 4 December 2014

Not very far off of the freeway, I stopped here (after checking open hours) to see what I could learn about the community. The volunteers added to the story, it gave me a break from driving and it was a good collection of historical items...More

1  Thank Anonymous855
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