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Several affiliated groups benefit the museum through their events and on-site activities.
Victorian Tea Society members Orange County Blacksmith Guild members at work

The Victorian Tea Society promotes an interest in Victorian costumes, crafts, and social customs through a variety of activities, both on and off the museum site. The Society hosts one or more annual events to raise funds for museum projects. You can reach the Society at 714-540-0404 x8.

New! Visit the Victorian Tea Society section to learn more about the group.

The Orange County Blacksmith Guild conducts classes and demonstrates blacksmithing techniques in their replica nineteenth century shop on the museum site. The shop also provides a venue for some of the museum's historical programs. The Guild is a chapter of the California Blacksmith Association. For more information, call 715-540-0404 x328 or see their Web site at

Rose garden   Herb garden

The Master Gardeners of Orange County are official representatives of the University of California Cooperative Extension. They work as volunteers in providing expert horticultural services to the OC community. The Master Gardeners maintain our rose garden and other museum plantings. For more information, see their Web site at

The Orange County Herb Society maintains an herb garden behind the Kellogg house. In addition to beautifying the property, the garden is used in some of the museum's educational programs. For more information, call 949-552-4242.


The Orange County Astronomers hold beginners' astronomy classes at the museum. For more information about this group, see their Web site at

The photo above was taken through the OCA's own 22-inch Kuhn telescope.

The museum benefits greatly from the large number of Eagle Scout projects performed at our site by Boy Scouts from troops in this district. The covered wagon pctured above was such a project.


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