Gilman Ranch Museum
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The Gilman Ranch should be exciting to anyone interested in the history of the American West. Its exhibits range from the local Cauilla Indians' culture to original wagons and carriages that traveled through Southern California. There is a re-creation of the homestead ranch of James Marshall Gilman who bought the property in 1869. There is a picnic area available for families and groups. The creek that flows through the property has attracted people and animals for hundreds of years.
1937 W Gilman St, Banning, CA 92220
- Fax: 203-891-8733
- Fax: 951-922-1841
- Accessibility Details: Designated parking with wheelchair access
- Accessibility Details: Handicap parking and accessible entry
- Hours: Daily, 11am - 11pm
- Hours: Sat, 10am - 4pm;
Programs and tours for groups of 10 or more by appointment only Tuesdays through Friday. Prices vary.
- Accessible: yes