We’re Open to the Public…

  • Friday: 1:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.
  • Saturday: 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
  • Sunday: 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

*Prices and Amenities

  • Adults: $5
  • Seniors/Children: $4
  • Free parking
  • Free use of grounds for individuals and families during public hours
  • AAA/Access Member Discounts
**Additional hours are available for group tours (10 or more participants). Please call to make a reservation.
***Special for Santa Ana Residents Only: Free Admission on first Sunday of every month.

Note: Weddings and other events sometimes impact our public hours schedule, pricing and amenities. Please check our Event Calendar or call 714-540-0404 during business hours to confirm that the Kellogg House will be open and to verify prices and amenities on the specific date you wish to visit.

What’s Happening?

As a highly regarded educational resource in Southern California, we take pride in providing a “hands on, minds on” interactive learning experience for all ages.
Learn more…

  • Richard Tucker Victorian Dollhouse on Display
  • Taking a Stand, Legacies of Latina Women in Southern California: A collaborative effort with students from Cal State University, Fullerton: May 17-July 31, 2016 Opening Reception Tuesday, May 17, 2016
    Learn more
  • Dinosaurs to People: One day exhibition July 17, 2016
  • America’s Favorite Past Time: Opening 2017

What to See?

The completely restored Kellogg House was designed by Hiram Clay Kellogg and built in 1898. Learn more…
The Maag Farmhouse, completed in 1899, was the ranch house of citrus and nut grower John Anton Maag, his wife Catherine and 10 of their 12 children. The size of the family and Maag’s success in his agricultural and business ventures are reflected in this nearly 6,000 square foot Colonial Revival house. Learn more…
For 12 million years the Santa Ana River has drained the mountains that surround Southern California. As a result of the Santa Ana River’s waters both on the surface and underground, very large freshwater marshes were created. The natural area at HMOC was one of these large wetland complexes and eventually became part of what was once known as Gospel Swamp. Learn more…
The historic buildings at Heritage Museum are set among a variety of lovely lawn and garden areas. At this time, the Kellogg family is spearheading a renovation of our formal rose garden. Stay tuned for details!