SCHOOL TOURS

INFORMATION

Cost: Complimentary for 3rd Grade Students & Teachers
Availability: Tuesday & Wednesday mornings, 64 children per tour, due to space limitations, siblings are not permitted and chaperones should be limited to one for every ten students.

View our School Tour brochure.

A visit to the Camarillo Ranch is the perfect way to supplement a unit on local history, Camarillo history, agricultural history, architecture and much more.

Third grade school children from Camarillo and the surrounding areas visit the Camarillo Ranch to learn what it was like to live at the turn of the nineteenth century. School Tour highlights include exploring the 6,000 square foot 1892 Queen Anne Victorian style Camarillo Ranch House and 1905 Mule Barn, learning about how Adolfo managed the 10,000 acre ranch, and discovering what life on the ranch would have been like through educational activities, such as butter making, walnut cracking, roping cattle, planting lima beans and other interactive activities.

Need help funding a School Tour to the Camarillo Ranch? Learn about Camarillo Ranch Foundation’s “Bring a Child to the Ranch” Program by clicking here.

To request a school tour, email info@camarilloranch.org

Our Ranch Docents are central to the educational mission of the Camarillo Ranch Foundation.

School Tour Guides

Third and fourth grade school children from Camarillo and the surrounding areas visit the Camarillo Ranch to learn what it was like to live at the turn of the nineteenth century. School Tour highlights include exploring the 6,000 square foot 1892 Queen Anne Victorian style Camarillo Ranch House and 1905 Mule Barn, learning about how Adolfo managed the 10,000 acre ranch, and discovering what life on the ranch would have been like through educational activities. School Tour Guides lead the children in fun activities such as butter making, walnut cracking, roping “cattle,” planting lima beans, and more.