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Julian Museum and Pioneer Park

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2811 Washington Street
Julian, CA 92036
ThomBros: 1136-A7

Hours: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. year round, but call first, as hours vary seasonally.

Phone: 760-765-0227

Directions: One block south of the junction of Main Street and Highway 78 in the town of Julian, on the corner of 4th and Washington Streets.

Location Map  (find park name in the left column)


  • Picnic tables
  • Drinking fountain
  •  Restrooms
  • 1.06 acres


The Julian Pioneer Museum is housed in a late 1800s building containing nineteenth-century clothing, household furnishings, artifacts from gold mining and those of American Indian life. The surrounding park is a nice place to step back in time and relax while enjoying a picnic lunch.

Exhibits at this museum include one of the finest lace collections in California, 1896 to 1913 clothing, photographs, Victorian era pianos, an original Julian City buggy and sleigh, and an extensive collection of Indian artifacts.


Julian Museum   Julian Museum

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