Walking Tours

    Walking Tours

    Gift Shop

    Gift Shop

    Chapel of Memories

    Chapel of Memories

    Current Exhibit

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    Guenther’s Murrieta Hot Springs

    Rare Guenther family artifacts will be on display to tell the history of the Temecula Valley’s first tourist attraction, Guenther’s Murrieta Hot Springs.

    Upcoming Exhibit

    Cloth and Paper Exhibit

    Cloth & Paper

    Witness a display of creative quilts, 3D textiles and mixed media book art by artist Allyson Allen.

    Fall Lecture Series

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    Fall Lecture Series

    Join us this fall and learn something new! Mark your calendars to attend these lectures at the Temecula Valley Museum. RSVP by calling 951-694-6450.

    The Temecula Valley Museum is saddened by the recent passing of two of Temecula’s Modern Pioneers.  Jimmy Moore, one of the leaders of the movement to form the City of Temecula and a strong proponent to retain its historic name; and John Moramarco, a key leader and founder of the modern wine making industry.  These two men, along with their wives and families, helped to shape this wonderful City.  They were the embodiment of Temecula’s slogan, “Old Traditions, New Opportunities”.  Their legacy will live on in this beautiful family and tourist friendly city they helped create

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