The Perris Valley Historical and Museum Association

120 4th Street
Perris, CA 92570


About the Association:

The Perris Valley Historical and Museum Association (PVH&MA) was founded in 1964 to gather, protect, and preserve the history of the Perris Valley.

The association collects, catalogues, and displays items of historical interest, in addition to publishing pamphlets on valley history. Collections include artifacts from the Luiseno Indians, turn of the century clothing, farming equipment, mining tools, and personal effects from the city’s namesake, Fred T. Perris.The Santa Fe Depot normally houses the museum, however, many of the collections are now in storage until the renovation of the historic Depot is completed. It is built of red brick, is a classic example of High Victorian style and is recognized by the Native Daughters of the Golden West and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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