The Antelope Valley Rural Museum will honor the history of the Antelope Valley
with documentation, preservation, exhibition, and education.
The Antelope Valley Rural Museum is a California nonprofit public benefit unincorporated association dedicated to preserving the rural history of Antelope Valley. The purpose of the AVRMOH is to develop a permanent historical museum for the citizens of the Antelope Valley by collecting, preserving, restoring, exhibiting, and researching facts and artifacts pertinent to the history of the Antelope Valley located in Los Angeles County, California.
Honor Our Veterans
– Event Signup
Join us on November 8, 2014 as we are “Walkin’ and Rollin’ With our Vets” at the AV Rural Museum! Our museum at the AV Fairgrounds will be filled with tributes to our veterans – don’t miss it! We will be sponsoring a meal for our veterans and active duty military; a car show sponsored by Hogs and Horses; DJ, music by Jacob Nelson and the Tone Wranglers and much more!
Signup here for the CAR SHOW : 50/50 Drawing, Trophies, FREE shirt & Dash Plaque for Pre-Registered, FREE BBQ Chicken lunch (Provided by AV Rural Museum) for all Vets with proper ID
The Rural Olympics Hall of Fame honors those whose outstanding actions and extraordinary contributions to the Rural Olympics have resulted in its continued success, popularity, and quality.
The Museum collects, preserves and displays artifacts and historical information pertaining to the Antelope Valley Fair and Alfalfa Festival Rural Olympics for the purpose of documenting the agricultural heritage of the Antelope Valley for future generations.
Community Queens Exhibit honors the young women that have been elected each year.