Happy Memorial Day Weekend!

The Temecula Valley Museum remembers our Veterans

and their families and thanks them for their supreme sacrifice for our country.

Please enjoy this video featuring Temecula Valley World War II Heroes!



Temecula is a beautiful place to Stay At Home!  The Riverside County Health Department orders will be lifted soon, but until then, at the Temecula Valley Museum, we have created some special At Home content for you to enjoy.

TVM At Home below offers a Virtual Tour of our museum, visit the Virtual Galleries section above to view local featured artists in the Virtual Art Galleries page, and museums around the world in the Museums At Home page.  For fun content and activities, scroll down and click on 2nd Saturday at Home and History At Home.

The Temecula Valley Museum will be closed until May 31, 2020.  We look forward to welcoming you back when we can safely proceed with normal operations. 

TVM At Home

Visit from your couch! Click on images below to see our Virtual Museum,

2nd Saturday At Home

Celebrate the history and heritage of the cultures making Temecula home.

History At Home

Stay home but still learn and have fun! Click for fun and educational information.

Walking Tour

Walking Tours

Walking Tour

Tours currently suspended.  Check back soon for next available tour.  The Temecula Valley Museum will now offer entertaining and informative walking tour of Temecula history! Experience Old Town in a whole new way as our tour guides share stories and events that bring Temecula’s past to life. Register online now for your historical walking tour!

Culture Quest

Culture Quest Logo

Culture Quest

Explore the world without leaving the Valley! Culture Quest is a brand NEW exciting summer camp. Culture Quest gives campers the opportunity to experience different cultures from around the world.  Check back in May for dates.

Chapel of Memories

Chapel of Memories

Chapel of Memories

Historic Wedding Venue in Old Town Temecula.  Currently Closed.  Check back soon for new opening date.

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