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Visitor Information
 

Enjoy an Exclusive Tour and Luncheon
at Rancho Los Alamitos

Your group of 10 or more can reserve an exclusive tour and a catered luncheon set up for you in The Rancho garden.

For details, including delectable menu options, click here->

 
Table set for tea
 
Hours and Access
 
Public Hours and Tours: Wednesday - Sunday 1-5 p.m.
  • Rancho Center - Self-guided tour
  • Ranch House - Docent-guided tours only, every 30 minutes, with the first tour at approximately 1:30 p.m. and the last at 4:00 p.m. Reservations are not required for ranch house tours.
  • Gardens - Self-guided or docent-guided tours by request
  • Barns Area - Self-guided tour or docent-guided tours by request
  • Group Tours - 15 or more by reservation
  • Gift Shop - Wednesday - Sunday 1-5 p.m.
School Tours and Programs - Call (562) 431-3541 for reservations
  • Tours - Wednesday - Friday, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
  • Tongva Cultural Workshop - Tuesday, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Limited to 60 students.
Public Programs and Events
  • Free educational programs and events for all ages throughout the year feature topics as diverse as agricultural and domestic skills, Native American, Japanese and Hispanic culture, the history of landscape design and an annual ranch-style Christmas program.
  • Click here to add your name to our mailing list.
On Site Meetings and Use - Call (562) 431-3541 for reservations
  • Book The Rancho Center for outside group meetings (must be in keeping with the educational mission of The Rancho)
  • Book private luncheons with a group tour for a fee. Click here for menus and pricing

Admission: Free

Parking: Free parking is available at the Rancho on normal operating days.

Accessibility: The majority of the site is accessible by wheelchair including the Rancho Center and exhibits, the Barns area with livestock and the Gift Shop. Because this is an historic site, some of the old pathways in the gardens may not be able to hold a heavy motorized chair and some paths are extremely narrow. However, there is a wide asphalt drive that borders the gardens and most areas may be viewed from the drive.

Dress: We suggest you wear comfortable clothing and low-heeled shoes, which help protect the historic floors of the ranch house and make walking in the gardens more enjoyable.

Smoking: Smoking is only allowed in the parking lot area.

Pets:
Please leave little Fido at home. Only certified service animals are permitted on the premises.

Restrooms: There are handicap-accessible restroom facilities on site.

 
Geocache at the Rancho  

Geocache at The Rancho

Geocache: Rancho Los Alamitos Geocache
Code: GC3QZVE
Name: “In a Land of Secrets”

What is geocaching? It is a high-tech outdoor treasure hunting game that is a great way to explore the world with friends, family or on your own. Participants use GPS-enabled devices to locate hidden containers called geocaches.

There are over one million geocaches hidden around the world today, waiting for you to find them. Visit geocaching.com to search for geocaches near you. Try to find Rancho Los Alamitos’s cache “In a Land of Secrets” hidden in plain sight!

Click here to watch a short video about Geocaching

 
Getting There by Car

Finding your way by car:
Rancho Los Alamitos is located within Bixby Hill and accessed through the residential security gate at Anaheim and Palo Verde.

From the 405 Freeway, exit at Palo Verde Avenue and turn south.
From the 605 Freeway, exit at Willow, follow to Palo Verde and turn south.

Click here for directions via MapQuest

 
Map
Getting There by Bus
 

Finding your way by bus:

Monday - Friday - Long Beach Transit bus line #81, exit at Anaheim and Palo Verde.

Saturday and Sunday - The #81 bus does not run on Saturday and Sunday, so you will need to take a #91 or #94 bus from downtown Long Beach to Beach Drive and W. Campus N (near the Student Union) then walk to The Rancho. The walk from this bus stop to The Rancho is approximately three quarters of a mile.

For a map and directions for the walk from the bus stop at Beach & W. Campus N to The Rancho, please click here.

 
 

For information about The Rancho, including membership or volunteering, contact us through this website or at:

Rancho Los Alamitos Foundation
6400 Bixby Hill Road (Enter through residential security gate at the intersection of Anaheim and Palo Verde)
Long Beach, CA 90815
(562) 431-3541
info@rancholosalamitos.org

Rancho Los Alamitos Historic Ranch and Gardens is owned by the City of Long Beach and operated by Rancho Los Alamitos Foundation, a nonprofit organization, as a public/private cooperative effort under the auspices of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine.

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