Artwork Analysis: Siempre Santa Ana

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written by Karina Trujillo Murals bring beauty and an invitation to the neighborhood, encouraging one to slow down and admire the surroundings, and even create dialogue. The mural Siempre Santa […]

The Fourth of July

The Fourth of July

written by High School Intern, Makayla Finn Oh, the Fourth of July, a festivity where families and neighbors get together to fill the night sky with colorful fireworks and eat […]

Orange County

Orange County

By Betzaira Ruiz Knowing the history of Orange County helps us understand how it was created. The first people who lived in Orange County were known as the Juaneno and […]

From Manicured to Macabre: A Brief History of Dolls

From Manicured to Macabre- A Brief History of Dolls_

by Museum Conservator Sydney Horner with Research Intern Mandy Lindsay   Don’t miss our limited-time mini-exhibit featuring antique dolls from Heritage Museum’s collection. Available for viewing in the Kellogg House […]

10 March Holidays Around the Globe

10 March Holidays Around the Globe

Happy holidays! Nope, you didn’t read that wrong. Here in the United States, we’ve become accustomed to thinking of “the holidays” as the months of November and December. Around the […]

Dino Fossils found in Orange County!

Dino Fossils found in Orange County

With the recent release of the latest Jurassic World movie and our own upcoming “From Dinos to People” event this Sunday July 10th, it’s safe to say dinosaurs are on […]

Four Women Who Built Orange County

Four Women Who Built Orange County

Happy Women’s History Month from Heritage Museum! One of the first female physicians in Orange County, Dr. Howe-Waffle arrived in Santa Ana with her first husband, Dr. Alvin Howe, in […]