8193 Magnolia Avenue
Riverside, CA 92504
(951) 689-1333 (Friday – Sunday hours) (951) 826-5273 (Riverside Metropolitan Museum)
Heritage House & Gift Shop Hours
Open September from the 1st weekend after Labor Day through June. (Closed July and August.)
Friday - Sunday: 11:30 a.m. - 4:00 pm
First Tour of the Day: 11:45 am,
Last Tour of the Day: 3:15 pm
Closed Monday - Thursday & major holidays. Open for special events.
PLEASE ARRIVE 45 MINUTES BEFORE CLOSING
Admission: Free. Suggested Donation $5.
On-site parking is available in the lot behind the House. The lot can be accessed by using the house's driveway located to the their right of the house. If the lot is full, please use the street parking available on Magnolia Avenue.
Limited handicap parking is available in the House Parking Lot. An onsite employee or volunteer will assist in accessing the wheelchair lift located on the side of the house. The first floor can be accessed using the lift; however, the second floor is only accessible via the staircase.
The Heritage House does not host weddings or non-departmental events.
School and Group Programs
Please make reservations at least three weeks in advance. To make a reservation, please call Museum Tours at (951) 826-5114 or contact her by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
According to an 1895 article in Harper’s Bazar magazine, young couples of moderate means could expect to spend between $5000 and $10,000 in the construction of a house, excluding the cost of a lot. Restoration and development have always reflected the interpretation of such statistics into a local household.
The Bradstreet Index, in 1895, recognized Riverside as enjoying the highest per capita income in the United States. Citizens were indeed prosperous, thanks largely to citrus horticulture, but they were not millionaires. Catharine Bettner's net worth in 1892, for instance, was $18,755 or more than $200,000 adjusted to today's values.