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Fallbrook Historical Society
P.O. Box 1375
Fallbrook, CA 92088-1375

The Fallbrook Historical Society was chartered in 1976 and is dedicated to collecting, preserving and displaying the history and artifacts of the Fallbrook area. Located at the corner of Rocky Crest and Hill Streets on the south edge of the Village of Fallbrook, the Historical Society's beautifully landscaped museum complex includes:

The Main Museum - Upper Level:

  • Native American Display and Artifacts
  • Early Settlers Information
  • Fallbrook in miniature (scale model replicas of early Fallbrook buildings)
  • Model train (replica of train that once served this community)
  • Exhibits on agriculture, education, community organizations, the fire
    department and the military.
  • Guides to Fallbrook Historic Registry Sites
  • Museum Library and Primary Research Material

Lower Level:

  • The Bud Francis and Parke McClean Collection of Rocks and Minerals:
    • Geodes, Petrified Wood, Smokey Quartz Crystals, Agates, and Tiger Eye.
  • The Ford Room:
    • Antique Ford cars -Two 1930 Model A, One 1922 Model T.

The Pittenger House:

A 1900 restored Victorian farmhouse, which was once owned by Rev. William Pittenger, a Methodist Minister, Civil War soldier and early recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor.

The Barn:

  • Display of vintage agricultural tools and machinery
  • Quilt collection
  • Weaving looms
  • Unique barbed wire exhibit
  • Media Room



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