The Rancho Camulos Museum near Piru will welcome visitors for free self-guided tours on Ventura County Farm Day, Saturday, Nov. 3, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The museum is one of the stops on the 6th annual Regional Ventura County Farm Tour, a self-guided journey through many of the unique agri-tourism destinations that can be found in Ventura County.
The museum tour details the lives of the native Tataviam Indians, the del Valle family who established Rancho Camulos in 1853, and the Rubel family, who purchased the ranch in 1924.
The county’s beautiful countryside is filled with experiences to fill your senses and connect you with our friendly people and their agricultural roots. Visitors will delight in stunning countryside that is filled with unique agricultural experiences. You can explore berry farms, find out all about the workings of a livestock ranch and shop for fresh and local products at the many farms.
Rancho Camulos is situated within a 1,800-acre working ranch and is the best remaining example of a Spanish-Mexican rancho in its original rural environment. Visitors at this National Historic Landmark will tour the 1853 adobe home, cocina, winery, chapel, schoolhouse and the beautiful gardens featuring more than 50 varieties of roses.
The Rancho Camulos Museum is located at 5164 E Telegraph Rd. (Highway 126), Piru 93040.