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We are in the Moulton Ranch Center in Laguna Hill, CA adjacent to the 5 freeway near the La Paz exit. We are next to the Howard’s that has our wrap-around mural.
We are open on Tuesdays from 11am-3pm. We schedule tours on Thursday, Friday, and Saturdays. Please fill our out form at: moultonmuseum.org/tour.
We are free to the public due to our support from the Moulton Family and Moulton Company. We encourage a $5.00 for a docent-led tour.
We are a 501c3 non-profit organization. Your monetary donations and artifacts are appreciated. We also appreciate a donation of time to our volunteer opportunities.
The Moulton family and Moulton Company financially support our 501c3. We have Moulton Niguel Water District as our founding partner. We are also funded by our partners, so please let us know if you would like to explore corporate opportunities.
The Moultons ranch in California, Arizona, and Oregon. They have cattle, grow almonds and flowers, and maintain this historic way of life to this day.
Visit our partners at the Aliso Viejo Ranch where the original barn, bunkhouse, sheds, and ranching equipment are on display to this day. See Lewis’ office and learn about this original campsite once managed by a foreman.
Moulton Parkway is named after Lewis Fenno Moulton. He was born in 1854 in Illinois and came to California in 1874. The street runs from Crown Valley Pkwy near Laguna Niguel north to Irvine.
Nellie Gail Ranch is named after Nellie Maud Gail Moulton. She was born in Kansas in 1872. Nellie gave two hundred fifty acres of her land to Chapman University in 1972 when she passed away. The rest of her land was sold for $18,357,000 that became the Nellie Gail Ranch.
Moulton Homestead was located near the two lane road that became the 5 Freeway. It was located in the modern day city of Laguna Hills in Oakbrooke Village where there is an El Torito. Visit the historical site and see the timeline.