The San Jacinto Museum features exhibits on the natural and human history of San Jacinto and surrounding areas. Local Indian relics, artifacts from pioneer families, and material on the community, its businesses and institutions are featured.

Special exhibits highlight the record-breaking 1937 Soviet transpolar light which landed in a dairy field in San Jacinto, and the development downtown.

The Museum also maintains a large collection of historic photographs and memorabilia, which is available to researchers.

695 Ash St

San Jacinto, CA

Fri-Sun 11am-4pm
Phone Number:
(951) 255-5598
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