About The Ojai Valley Museum


The Ojai Valley Museum has an extensive collection of Art, Native American Baskets, Pioneer Tools, and photographs of early days in Ojai.

The Ojai Valley Museum and Historical Society  was founded in 1966 by dedicated volunteers. 

Mysterious Inn Fire House
     The first homes of the Museum were at 841 and 338 East Ojai Avenue--The "Mysterious Inn" pictured above. 

     The Museum relocated to the old Firehouse on Montgomery Street in 1980.

Catholic Church 1915
Fire destroyed the original Catholic Church in 1917.
pictured above. 
     In 1996, the Ojai Valley Museum moved to its current site in the old St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel.

 

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Location:
130 W. Ojai Avenue, Ojai, CA 93023

Hours:
Tuesday - Friday: 10 am - 4 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday: 12 noon - 4 pm

Guided Tours available Tues.-Sun.
Please call the museum office to schedule

Phone: (805) 640-1390
Fax: (805) 640-1342 

Admission:
Current Members: Free
Adults: $5.00
Children 6-18: $1.00
Children 5 & Under: Free


Collections
The Ojai Valley Museum has an extensive collection of Art, Native American Baskets, Pioneer Tools, and photographs of early days in Ojai.


Library
The Ojai Valley Museum Research Library houses archives including historical journals that chronicle the events of early to contemporary Ojai Valley activities.