The Whittier Historical Society owns and operates the Whittier Museum and provides tours of the Historic Bailey House. Our mission is to collect, preserve, and display materials of historical significance to the greater Whittier area. We also produce programs and special exhibits of interest to the Whittier community. The Whittier Museum and Bailey House are open to the public with free admission. We hope you will visit soon!
Night at the Museum
For more information and ticket purchase CLICK HERE
Merit Badge Workshop
For Boy Scouts: Earn the Scouting Heritage merit badge at 1 p.m. on Saturday Sept. 24 at the Whittier Museum. RSVP to Charles Bennett at 562 852-2512 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Check the flier for what you need to bring.
Boy Scout Exhibit
We are very proud to be hosting “A Century of Boy Scouting”. This exhibit is produced by the Greater LA Area Boy Scouts of America. Exhibit opens June 4, 2016 and is currently scheduled to close on December 31.
Click here for more information about the displays in the exhibit.
The Whittier Historical Society is a non-profit organization supported through memberships, grants & donations. We greatly appreciate support at all levels. Acknowledged below are our Key Patrons – members and organizational grantors giving at $1000 and above. Thank you!
City of Whittier
Don Knabe, LA County Supervisor 4th District
Employees Community Fund of Boeing California
National Charity League, Whittier Chapter
Ralph M. Parsons Foundation
Individuals & Families
Robert and Virginia (Ginny) Ball
Rev. Tom and Virginia Boles
Dr. Robert and Susan Settlage
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