Photo of the interior of the Ramona Museum featuring artifacts from early California History

​​Ramona Parlor #109   

Native Sons of the Golden West

Ramona Museum of California History

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About Us

Photo of the Front of the Ramona Museum of California History

Ramona Parlor hosts many events throughout the year.  An Annual Cleft palate Golf Tournament, a Casino Turnaround, A Day at the Races and historical outings and dedications are just some of the activities held throughout the year.

Ramona Parlor #109

Logo of the Nqative Sons of the Golden West

Volunteers are always welcome in the museum. 

Call 626-523-9798 for more information 

Ramona Parlor #109 is one of the hundreds of parlors throughout the state of California. It is a lively group that meets once a month on the second Thursday in the San Gabriel Grapevine Room on MIssion Drive.   It is the only parlor that owns and operates its own California history museum.  The Ramona Museum of California History is located in the heart of the San Gabriel Mission District and is open every Saturday from 12-3 pm.  Tours may be arranged by appointment.

Our Mission

This is the motto of the native Sons of the Golden West, a statewide fraternal organization of native Californians committed to preserving and promoting the history of the Golden State.

Established in 1885, the NSGW landmarks historic features and buildings as part of its mission.  The organization also raises funds for Cleft Palate, the fourth greatest malady affecting children in California.

Ramona Parlor #109 is just one of the hundreds of parlors throughout the state.  It is the only parlor that owns and operates its own California history museum.  The Ramona Museum of California History is located in the heart of the San Gabriel Mission District and is open every Saurday from 12-3pm.

Friendship, Loyalty and Charity