Temecula History Museum
The Chapel of Memories, built in 1917, is a blend of vintage charm with a modern vibe. One of the oldest buildings in Temecula, the Chapel of Memories (formerly St. Catherine's Catholic Church) was restored by the Temecula Valley Museum, Inc. non-profit group who now operates the quaint and historic chapel for weddings, receptions, memorials and special events. The beautiful open beam ceiling, original wooden pews, and stained glass windows combine to make any day special. Funds raised through the Chapel go to support the cultural and educational programming of the Temecula Valley Museum. Call 951-265-7720 for more information
Experience the rich history and culture of the Temecula Valley from ancient times to today. Permanent exhibits present life in the Temecula Valley through time and different cultures, and special temporary exhibits are offered on a wide variety of artistic and cultural topics. The museum also includes an interactive discovery play area for children. Open Tuesday-Sunday from 10am-4pm, a visit to the Temecula Valley Museum promises to be fun and informative for the entire family. Call 951-694-6450 for more information.