Currently, docent-led tours are offered on Sundays from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. All visitors must wear a face covering when inside the museum space. Cost: $5 per person. You will see the interior of the main adobe built in 1853, the chapel, the winery, the schoolhouse, the Tataviam Native American village and our beautiful rose garden and grounds. Learn about the early Californio days of the del Valle family and the present-day owners of the 1800 acre ranch, the Rubel family. Hear about Helen Hunt Jackson and her novel Ramona that made Camulos the “Home of Ramona” and changed California forever. Rancho Camulos is one of the only Mexican land grant ranchos in California that is open to the public and still preserved in its original rural environment. The site contains 15 historic structures and is Ventura County’s only NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK.
Regular Museum hours for public tours are on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Suggested donation for a docent guided tour is $5.00 for adults / $3.00 for children.