The Fallbrook Historical Society is host to multiple museums and facilities of historical significance in Fallbrook
The Heritage Center, located at 1730 Hill Avenue, encompasses several museums, including the Main Museum, The Ford Room, the Gem and Mineral Museum and “The Barn”, as well as the historical Pittenger House, a beautifully restored 1895 farmhouse rich with the history of Civil War hero and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, William Pittenger.
The Historical Society is proud to present the Reche Schoolhouse, built in 1896 and fully restored in 2017, located at 1319 Live Oak Park Road.
Railroad Heritage Park, located at the corner of Elder and Main, is also served by the FHS. Docent led tours are available for all Fallbrook special events.
- The Heritage Center
- Reche Schoolhouse
- Railroad Heritage Park
Other places of historical interest in Fallbrook include:
- Odd Fellows Cemetery (Located at the corner of Alturas Street and Clemmens Lane in Fallbrook.)
- Fallbrook Railroad Heritage Park (Located in downtown Fallbrook at 127 Elder St.)