Want to Go Camping?

Dusty, rustic, and full of adventure. Want to go camping at an historic canyon full of mining history, where Hollywood celebs of the 50s actually hid from the big city lights, and an artesian spring […]

Cultural Museum Walks Enhance Older Sections of its Valleys Memories

Taking a walk on a scheduled museum field trip, 15 people recently joined Marcy Taylor on one of her museum outreach programs. Creator and curator, Marcy Taylor of the Legacy Museums has, in selected venues […]

Field Trip: Four Local Stops

So many people have asked when our field trips will begin again. Mark your calendar for March 30. This is a free event. We’ll start 10 am at Pioneer Park to join a car caravan […]

L.V. Museum Energized by Moving Day

If you take a look at our museum yard when you drive through town, you’ll see two large buildings. Our newest phase of updating our Open Air Museum — our moving day –was accomplished with […]

Field Trip with Big Bear Museum Coming Aug. 14th

Barton Flats Come up to the cooler mountain air near Big Bear and join Big Bear’s Museum folks on a combined field trip to Barton Flats — an area near Angeles Oaks. The Big Bear […]

Moonshiners, Bootleggers, and Hooch. Oh, My!

Our local history is full of colorful characters. We have moonshiners, bootleggers, and hooch. Oh, my! And with that comes the expert, Cliff Walker, who’s spent 22 years studying, with passion, we might add, to […]

Taking Stronger Steps for Our Future

IN LIKE A LAMB, OUT LIKE A LION March may have come in like a lamb, but it doesn’t seem to have the same commitment for the last days of March as our board members, […]

Where Are the Best Rocks and Gems in the High Desert?

Have you thought about rock hounding as a hobby? Maybe you need to get your kids out of the house for some great fresh air and a treasure hunt? Rock Hounds abound here. So where […]

Evening Desert series Draws Geologist Don Fife to Speak

Historical Tales of Mining and Prospecting Our local Evening Desert series was hosted by Lucerne Valley Museum board Oct 14th, and had a modest audience. But I must say they were very focused on what […]

Historian With Dirty Hands — Don Fife

Meet Don Fife. He grew up in the early days when hard rock mining was king. Come hear the history of the Limestone mines you always wondered about. Hear Don Fife next in our “Evening […]