Bringing Orange County History and People Together
Hours and COViD-19 Policy
The Museum is open and free to visit!
All guests over the age of 5 must wear masks.
If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you.
Free tours available upon request!
Please note: This website is continually updated as of 2020
The website www.orangenchistory.org is no longer operational
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Learn about the history of Orange County through the adventures of this extraordinary dog!
Proceeds benefit the museum
Cooking the Winter Pantry
Event will be held hybrid
A limited amount of in-person ticket will be available
The event will also be virtually live streamed
(link and address provided upon registration)
All those attending in person will be asked to wear masks.
Opening February 4
This exhibit examines the history and art of cooking in Orange County
It identifies some of the most common cooking ingredients and explains how people in the county acquired them.
It depicts some of the ways local people used these ingredients to create meals.
It presents some of the implements owned by local people that were used to prepare and serve food.
It showcases how ingredients and culinary implements can inspire creative expression.