Ontario Museum of History & Art

225 S Euclid Ave, Ontario, CA 91762, United States | (909) 395-2510

The purpose of the Museum of History & Art, Ontario is to promote knowledge and understanding of the history, art, and cultural traditions of the greater Ontario area in a broad context.

The Museum will serve and enrich the community by collecting, preserving, and interpreting the history of Ontario and its region through exhibitions, educational programs, lectures, publications and other community events.

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Events hosted by this organization

Oct 26

Guided Tour of the Museum’s Garden

Ontario Museum of History & Art

Discover the Museum’s water conservation landscape: its plants, water conserving features, and the Museum’s building history with a guided tour. Please meet your tour guide at the Museum Front desk. Tours will take place outdoors on a flat, gravel surface. All participants will receive a small plant. Tours are available in English and Spanish. Spanish […]

Nov 2

Día de los Muertos Family Discovery Day

Ontario Museum of History & Art

Celebrate Día de los Muertos through art workshops, live performances, a photo backdrop, and face painting for the whole family! Come dressed as an esqueleto (skeleton) and enter the Museum’s Catrina/Catrin (fancy skeleton) contest! Free Admission. For more information, call (909) 395-2510.

Nov 23

Guided Tour of the Museum’s Garden

Ontario Museum of History & Art

Discover the Museum’s water conservation landscape: its plants, water conserving features, and the Museum’s building history with a guided tour. Please meet your tour guide at the Museum Front desk. Tours will take place outdoors on a flat, gravel surface. All participants will receive a small plant. Tours are available in English and Spanish. Spanish […]

Nov 23

Imperial Metropolis: Los Angeles, Mexico, and the Borderlands of American Empire, 1865-1941

Ontario Museum of History & Art

Join Dr. Jessica M. Kim, Associate Professor of History at Cal State University Northridge for a presentation of her new book which examines the rise of Los Angeles and the investment of the U.S.-Mexico borderlands. The book explores how Los Angeles grew through urban and imperial capitalism at the end of the nineteenth century and […]

Dec 7

Women Crashing Business: Prepare to Launch a Small Business

Ontario Museum of History & Art

This presentation is designed for women with a passion for owning their own business. It will cover challenges and opportunities inherent in planning and launching a business, and procedures such as picking a name and obtaining a business license. Participants will hear from local female business owners and support organizations such as the Inland Empire […]

Dec 12

Mini Holiday Piñata Workshop for Families

Ontario Museum of History & Art

Celebrate the holidays by building your very own mini piñata with a workshop for families. Piñatas are a festive part of the holiday season in countries like Mexico. Families are encouraged to attend with children ages 5 to 16. Materials will be provided. Light refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Reservations required. Seating is […]

Dec 28

Guided Tour of the Museum’s Garden

Ontario Museum of History & Art

Discover the Museum’s water conservation landscape: its plants, water conserving features, and the Museum’s building history with a guided tour. Please meet your tour guide at the Museum Front desk. Tours will take place outdoors on a flat, gravel surface. All participants will receive a small plant. Tours are available in English and Spanish. Spanish […]