The Museum is open the 1st Saturday of Every month from 10am- 2pm
The Lucerne Valley Museum is an outdoor museum with many display's inducing, agriculture, mining, military training, native Americans, early settlers, as well as ranching, and development of the local school.
Tours are free, take approximately 45 min can be docent lead, or feel free to do a self-guided tour.
A free kids activity is also available (just ask)
kids may also receive a toy from the treasure box for completing a quick kid-friendly questionnaire.
The last Friday of Every month the museum hosts a special event, socials, field trips, evening desert series, storytelling, Teddy bear picnic, and so much more...
Dates, times, locations, and details about these events check back often, become a member, join the mailing list, or like us on FaceBook. Events are posted every month come join the fun
What you can see when the museum is closed.
considering the limited hours of operation the Musume is currently able to support we are now offering our most popular driving tour as a self-guided driving tour that will take you to important points in our town and history like last Indian battle, the site of the original Kiser limestone mind (now Mitsubishi) see the way the settlers traveled the mountain and see what a schoolhouse looked like in the 30's