Claremont Heritage

Address: 840 North Indian Hill Boulevard
Claremont, CA 91711
Phone: 909-621-0848
Claremont Heritage is a non-profit membership organization devoted to the preservation of the history and historic character of Claremont through research, education and advocacy. Our public programs include walking tours, slide shows, lectures, workshops, home tours, bus tours, newsletters, and school presentations.

We work with the city to ensure appropriate designs for changes to historic structures as well as neighborhoods, landscapes, sites and monuments.

We further preserve and display documents, photographs, memorabilia and other sources of information relating to the history of Claremont and maintain a local history reference library as well as a gift shop.

We offer a list of craftsmen who work on older homes and provide free information to homeowners and other interested parties.

We promote public discussion, scholarship and general interest in the history of Claremont and research the histories of families, individuals and community institutions.

In all of these ways we seek to communicate to residents and visitors the qualities that make Claremont unique and the value of preserving our neighborhoods and history.

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  • Village Walking Tour

    Tour begins in front of the historic Claremont Metrolink Depot. Cost: Explore Claremont from its creation as a Santa Fe Railroad boom town through its selection as the site for Pomona College, its growth as a multiple-college town, and its days as a center of the citrus ...

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