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Tours, Programs & Speaker Series

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The museum offers a wide variety of fun things to do.

  • Tours – Public, private, guided, garden,  school, scout trip and camps, Spanish and even senior tours.
  • Programs – Kid and adult activities and classes, living history and also reenactments
  • The Speaker Series – Speakers on a wide range of subjects.

Keep reading to see additional information on activities at the Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum.

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Public Tours

The museum offers tours of the Adobe to the public every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday of the month. Also, the first Thursday and Friday of the month, all tours are led by volunteer docents and are at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm. No reservations are needed for parties that have under 10 people.

Guided Tours

Groups of 10 or more should make reservations at least two weeks in advance for a guided tour of the adobe museum. Please contact the office at (310) 603-0088 to book a group tour.

Large Private Tours

Guided tours of the adobe museum are offered on the first Thursday and Friday of each month and every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm. All tours are free and donations are always welcome!

School Tours

Our school tours are fun, engaging, one-of-a-kind experiences for schoolchildren of all ages. To find out more or book a tour visit our education page.

Scout Trips & Camps

Arranged throughout the year through the various scout offices. There are weekend camps, week long camps and day trips. For more information, please contact the office since these tours and camps are customized.

Senior Tours

By reservation only. These tours include a tour of the museum by our museum docents.

Programs

Weekend Programming
The museum offers a variety of weekend programming for children, families and adults. We offer children’s activities of all kinds.

Annual programs include:

  • Dia de Muertos Celebration
  • Spring Tea

Living history programs:

  • Battle of Dominguez Rancho Reenactment (Battle of Dominguez Hill Reenactment)
  • Christmas Posada Procession/ Christmas Pastorela

The Speaker Series

The museum offers a speaker series at the museum throughout the year. We offer the public speakers on different topics such as history of the Native American Indians that lived in the local area and worked on the Rancho, history of the Asian American population in the South Bay area, the history of the cities of Compton and Carson, early California history, transportation history and many topics of relevant historical significance.

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Museum Tours, Programs & Speaker Series

Public Tours

The museum offers tours of the Adobe to the public every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday of the month. Also, the first Thursday and Friday of the month. All tours are led by volunteer docents and are at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm. No reservations are needed for parties under 10 people. 

Guided Tours

Groups of 10 or more should make reservations at least two weeks in advance for a guided tour of the adobe museum. Please contact the office at (310) 603-0088 to book a group tour.

Large Private Tours

Guided tours of the adobe museum are offered on the first Thursday and Friday of each month and every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm. All tours are free and donations are always welcome!

School Tours

Our school tours are fun, engaging, one-of-a-kind experiences for schoolchildren of all ages. To find out more or book a tour visit our education page.

Scout Trips & Camps

Arranged throughout the year through the various scout offices. There are weekend camps, week long camps and day trips. For more information, please contact the office since these tours and camps are customized.

Spanish Speaking Tours

Are given on the 2nd Sunday of each month and are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.

Senior Tours

By reservation only. These tours include a tour of the museum.

Public Tours

The museum offers tours of the Adobe to the public every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday of the month. Also, the first Thursday and Friday of the month. All tours are led by volunteer docents and are at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm. No reservations are needed for parties under 10 people. 

Guided Tours

Groups of 10 or more should make reservations at least two weeks in advance for a guided tour of the adobe museum. Please contact the office at (310) 603-0088 to book a group tour.

Walk through 6 of the gardens on the Rancho grounds. On the 4th Saturday of each month at 11 am – Spanish tours the 2nd Sunday of each month!

Large Private Tours

Guided tours of the adobe museum are offered on the first Thursday and Friday of each month and every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm. All tours are free and donations are always welcome!

School Tours

Our school tours are fun, engaging, one-of-a-kind experiences for schoolchildren of all ages. To find out more or book a tour visit our education page.

Scout Trips & Camps

Arranged throughout the year through the various scout offices. There are weekend camps, week long camps and day trips. For more information, please contact the office since these tours and camps are customized.

Spanish Speaking Tours

Are given on the 2nd Sunday of each month and are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.

Senior Tours

By reservation only. These tours include a tour of the museum.

Programs

Weekend Programming
The museum offers a variety of weekend programming for children, families and adults. We offer children’s activities of all kinds.

Annual programs include:

  • Dia de Muertos Celebration
  • Spring Tea

Living history programs:

  • Battle of Dominguez Rancho Reenactment (Battle of Dominguez Hill Reenactment)
  • Christmas Posada Procession/ Christmas Pastorela

The Speaker Series

The museum offers a speaker series at the museum throughout the year. We offer the public speakers on different topics such as history of the Native American Indians that lived in the local area and worked on the Rancho, history of the Asian American population in the South Bay area, the history of the cities of Compton and Carson, early California history, transportation history etc.

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