Corona Heritage Park & Museum

In the late 1880’s, Corona, CA (founded on May 4, 1886) started with a few hundred acres of lemons and by 1954 was known as “The Lemon Capital of the World”, with thousands of acres of citrus groves as far as the eye could see.  

The Corona Heritage Park and Museum encompasses a small portion of the original 1911 land that was once a vast grove of over 2,000 acres of lemons. Today, the property is home to some original structures, along with several other historic buildings that were moved there from various sites around the city of Corona.  There is a museum, antique stores, a rose garden and much more!

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