Museum Mascot

Howdy! My name is El Toro and I live on Moulton Ranch.

In honor of National Mascot Day on June 17th Moulton Museum is proud to announce our mascot “El Toro”

El Toro is a fearless and kind bull that loves to tell stories. His name is a nod to the historic town of El Toro that became known as Lake Forest in 1991.

El Toro will greet all those that enter the doors of Moulton Museum with a smile and he might even share a story or two about how life used to be on the ranch.

We are proud to bring El Toro back to the public and look forward to seeing you at Moulton Museum on Opening Day – September 3, 2022.

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