Tustin Area Historical Society - Museum Programs
Museum is moving forward with community-based displays,
programs and special events.
Visit our museum and see for yourself....We are also digitizing
For events outside the museum please visit
395 El Camino Real, Tustin, 92780 Map
Operating Hours: Tuesday & Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
/ First and third Saturday from 12 noon until 3 p.m.
- See our Tour
the Museum link for specific times and dates.
We offer packages for parties, special events, celebrations
and group tours.
Call 714 731-5701 or email email@example.com
Currently On Exhibition
Day - July 4
19th - July 9th
the Declaration of Independence of the United States on July
The Continental Congress declared that the thirteen American
colonies were no longer
subject to the monarch of Britain and were now united, free,
and independent states.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created
equal, that they are
endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that
among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of happiness."
Area Council for Fine Arts
10th - Aug 10
- Creating Community Through the Arts
Broadway in the Park / West
Side Story - August 6-10
Peppertree Park, Old Town Tustin 230 W First St, Tustin, CA
One of the most groundbreaking and romantic musicals ever written,
West Side Story sets Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in the turbulent
and passionate streets of New York’s West Side during the 1950s.
Tony is a dreamer, ready to leave his street gang behind and
face the future head-on; Maria is idealistic and looking to
explore womanhood and the world beyond her family’s dress shop.
When the two meet, their worlds stop — and cultural divides
and societal expectations give way to star-crossed love. Featuring
a live orchestra performing one of the most exciting scores
ever written for the stage, and a story that tackles topics
of prejudice, hatred, and the need for compassion between communities,
this outdoor production at Tustin’s Peppertree Park will rumble
in your heart long after the final note is sung.
"New" Membership Offer
Become a Golden Spike Member!
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the transcontinental railroad
we are offering a
free laser engraved replica Golden Spike with new memberships.
Mail in form
with check or pay online
Additional Golden Spikes are $10.00 each including tax (At Museum
- NO shipping)
Golden Spikes with engraved plack are $15.00 each including
tax (At Museum - NO shipping)
& Museum Programs, Events and Groups
Arv and JoAnn Bollesen Art Contest - Historic Old Town Tustin
theme (Tustin Community third grade)
Evelyn Furtsch "Ojeda"
High School Track Scholarship
(1932 Olympic gold medalist)
in A Box” program - For the over 100 third grade classes
in the Tustin Unified School District
TAHS Events & Participation
Home & Garden Tour - Saturday, May 4, 2019 - 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. (Event)
& Stroll in Old Town Tustin - Sat - Feb 23nd - 1:00
pm - 4:00 pm - T.C.F. - (Participation in Museum)
Police Open House - Saturday, June 15, 2019 - (Participation
Museum Programs and Events
Youth Advisory Commettee (YAC) - 13 to 18 / 19 to 26 years old
Historical Research Commettee (HRC)
Display at top
- Museum Classes on preserving and protecting historical items.
- Museum Classes on How to Do Internet Searches using our Computer
- Public Oral History Evenings (Limited seating)
(Free to members...small fee to non-members)
Juanita Lovret Essay Contest - Writing contest on Tustin history
- Local high schools to compete.
website has its own way of searching for information.
We are alway looking for people to help at our Museum. Call
the office for information: 714 731-5701
or 714 504-4088
Check to see about our classes (For TAHS Members Only)
of The Tustin News starting with 1922 through 2000 have been
digitized by the TAHS and searchable on Newspapers.com or
on a dedicated computer terminal at our museum. (Free to members...small
fee to non-members)
Tustin News starting with 1922 through 2000.
with Classmates we have digitied our high school year books.
County Cemetery District
Santa Ana Cemetery: Founded in 1870, the 29 acres is
a silent testimonial to the history of this community. The grounds
hold the interments of hundreds of early settlers, pioneers,
and veterans. Search here for grave location and services
| Mobile Version
Media - Video Links and Photos
As a member of the Society, you will receive our digital newsletter
“Heritage” that announces the programs
presented at our general meetings and keep you up to date
on Museum news. Dues start at only $25.00
a year and are tax-deductible.
If you have any questions, please call us at the Museum at
714 731-5701 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Museum, located at 395 El Camino Real, is open every
Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. weekdays,
and every first and third Saturday from 12 noon until
3 p.m. See our Tour
the Museum link for
specific dates. Map
to the Tustin Area Historical website: http://tustinhistory.com
Webmaster - Pete
Beatty (714) 504-4088 E-mail