Aliso Viejo Ranch​

Aliso Viejo Ranch at 100 Park Avenue, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656

We offer guided tours of the site. Contact us for more details.

Visit our site and scan our QR code to see our online exhibit.

The Aliso Viejo Ranch is located at 100 Park Ave, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656. Self-guided tours are available during regular business hours. They are Monday-Thursday 7:30am-5:30pm and Friday-Sunday 8am-3pm. If you are looking for a facility tour with staff, please schedule an appointment at (949) 425-2550 or avcity.org. 

The multi-disciplinary project preserves and restores historically significant buildings, artifacts and farming implements from the 1800s and highlights the importance of the agricultural past of Orange County, the state of California and Western United States while demonstrating the future of sustainable agriculture and aquaponics. 

The Moulton Museum is supporting this project with historical research and artifacts for the exhibit displays. Read the OC Register article about the site opening.

We enjoy hosting events with partners! We had the Bunkhouse BBQ with the California Rangeland Trust in 2021.

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