Ojai Valley Museum

Art, Family Fun, Guided Tours, Historical

When people visit the Ojai Valley they want to know what makes it special. The Ojai Valley Museum helps them understand what a unique place this is by sharing the history, art and culture of the valley. Both visitors and residents learn about local stories, people, places and events.

Founded in 1966 by dedicated volunteers, the Ojai Valley Museum is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. We collect and exhibit art, artifacts, photographs and paper ephemera relating to the history, art and culture of the Ojai Valley. We operate a museum, research library and a visitor center.

The museum moved into the former Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in 1996. This is the museum’s third location. The original church burned in 1917 and was rebuilt by architects Mead and Requa in the Mission Revival style. Edward Drummond Libbey considered the structure the “crowning achievement” of his beautification project in Ojai. The building, which is owned by the City of Ojai, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.


When people visit the Ojai Valley they want to know what makes it special. The Ojai Valley Museum helps them understand what a unique place this is by sharing the history, art and culture of the valley. Both visitors and residents learn about local stories, people, places and events.

Founded in 1966 by dedicated volunteers, the Ojai Valley Museum is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. We collect and exhibit art, artifacts, photographs and paper ephemera relating to the history, art and culture of the Ojai Valley. We operate a museum, research library and a visitor center.

The museum moved into the former Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in 1996. This is the museum’s third location. The original church burned in 1917 and was rebuilt by architects Mead and Requa in the Mission Revival style. Edward Drummond Libbey considered the structure the “crowning achievement” of his beautification project in Ojai. The building, which is owned by the City of Ojai, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.


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