We are open every Saturday and Sunday for in person visitors from 1-4 pm.
The Reche Schoolhouse is open the 3rd Saturday of the month from 1-4 pm.
Private tours are also available by emailing email@example.com
- Come to our FHS movie night fundraiser March 11, “Little Lord Fauntleroy“ details…
- Shop at 100 Main Store on March 11 from 11AM to 6PM, The 100 Main Store will donate 10% of your sale to FHS.
- We have a rotating display section at the Heritage Center. This quarter we have:
- Commerce and Industry
- Do you have questions about Fallbrook History? Get answers from our historian! click here…
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- All members are welcome to attend FHS board meetings, held first Tuesday of each month at 5:00pm in the Ford room at the Heritage Center details…
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Luiseno Indianans 1781 near Fallbrook
Fallbrook's first setteler
Fallbrook's first school built on land donated by Vital Reche
J. P. M. Rainbow
Man the town is named for.
William Pittenger, winner of the first Congressional Medal of honor. Minister in Fallbrook.
Loma Ranch on Alturas St. 1895
RR Station in Santa Margarita Canyon 1883
Ellis Hotel in Fallbrook
Note the Ellis Hotel lower right
Fallbrook's first Hospital
Fallbrook Citrus Association
Fallbrook Hospital 1960
Fallbrook Hospital 1960
Fallbrook SD County Library 1987
FHS MISSION STATEMENT
The Fallbrook Historical Society’s mission is to bring history to life by educating the community and others about Fallbrook’s rich heritage.Brief History of Fallbrook Historical Society
The Fallbrook Historical Society (FHS) received its Charter, approval of exemption as a Non-Profit Corporation and Articles of Incorporation on August 9, 1976. The first general meeting of the FHS was called to order by George Kelsey in the Fallbrook High School Cafeteria on April 4, 1977. The current location of the museum and Pittenger House, were purchased in 1981. Construction of the “Barn” began on June 3, 2006, culminating with the “Barn” being formally dedicated and named the Donald J. Rivers Interpretive Center on October 9, 2011.