Heritage Square Museum is like a giant time capsule cracked open. The living history museum brings the 19th Century and the early days of the 20th to life across its grounds. Through its buildings and skilled interpreters, it explores how Southern California developed in the first century of its statehood.
Size: nine buildings, including eight preserved structures constructed during the Victorian Era
Eye Catchers: the museum staff, who dress in full period clothing right down to their historically accurate smiles
Crown Jewel: William Hayes Perry Residence, the largest house here and an example of classic Greek Revival Italianate
Don't Miss: stepping inside the Colonial Drug, which looks just like the drug store and soda counter operated in Highland Park after World War I.
Special Programs: guided tours, living history performances, and traveling exhibitions