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!
Earthquake Lady Returns!
1:30 pm on Saturday Jan. 20: Learn to take steps to not only survive, but thrive, following the next big earthquake from “The Earthquake Lady,” Trish Granholm, seismic specialist project manager for Safe-T-Proof.
The Whittier Museum’s latest exhibit, “Quake City ’87: The 30th Anniversary,” opened on Sept. 30, 2017.
Quake t-shirts and a new quake video by John Garside are now available at the gift shop and on-line.
Now on sale: Whittier Calendar
There are just a few 2018 calendars left! You can purchase them at the Museum gift shop and on-line for $5, tax included. The calendar features rare photos of Whittier past gleaned from the Whittier Museum and Public Library archives. All profits will benefit the Bailey House as they raise money to equip the Bailey House with air conditioning.