Alpine Historical

Museum Store

Books, Notecards, Blankets, T-shirts, Honey, and Mugs can be purchased at the Museum.
Sales Tax is included in the price.
The Museum Store is open during the Open House held on the last Saturday & Sunday of each month from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

To request the mailing of an item, please email us at info@alpinehistory.org. Applicable shipping costs will be added to the price of the items.

This building includes the Welcome Center, the Dr.Nichols Exhibit, the Arnold Exhibit, the Foss Family Exhibit, Alpine School Exhibit, the original School Bell, Kumeyaay baskets and pottery, andother landmarks of Alpine History.
The main gallery hosts changing exhibits and the current exhibit recalls the contributions made by women for the civic, professional and cultural development of the Alpine community. The main gallery also displays the 100+ year-old pump organ, and the glass-door Foss family cabinet. The west gallery describes beekeeping and the success of John Harbison as a world-renowned apiarist, and includes a replica of The Harbison Hive which was widely used in the late 1800’s. Other exhibits here include Native Bees, Alpine Birds, and Agriculture in Early Alpine.
In front of the museum, a signboard recalls the healthy climate that brought many new residents to town in the late 19th and early 20th centuries with the slogan: “Alpine, Best Climate in the U.S.A., by Government Report.”
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