All tours no charge and on-site. Available for any group of persons of 8 years and up by appointment only. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Group must arrive within 15 minutes of appointment time or tour may be rescheduled for another date. Call Gerry Page at 951-642-3322 for an appointment.
Local History (CNUSD Third Grade Curriculum) Corona history highlighting development through mining and citrus growing. Fact-finding scavenger hunt with incentive items provided for completion. Overview of artifacts, road races, Foothill Lemon Company and the mission of Heritage Park and Museum.
Model Railroad An entire house filled with an HO scale layout depiciting the Santa Fe lines from Fullerton to Riverside and Corona in between. Shows how the railroad tranportation and frieght system operated in it's heyday of 1949.
Insectory Tour Foothill Agricultural Research is the world’s largest entomological grower of a beneficial bug, Aphytis melinus, which consumes deadly scale on citrus trees. See how they’re raised, fed, packaged and shipped as far away as Italy. Not available at this time.
Tree Tour Discover interesting facts on the park’s wide variety of mature specimen trees from around the world. Walk through a producing lemon grove and learn how Corona was once famous as “The Lemon Capital of the World.” Art Tour The park hosts many artists-in-residence studios which are independently operated and have their own seasons, hours and schedules. If you visit The Arts Colony Gallery, the attending artists can inform you of which studios are open at that time and direct you to them.
Individuals Please feel free to come and look around. Museum exhibits are self-explanatory. Wander the grounds. Open studios are accessible to everyone.