Historic Structures located at Treganza Heritage Park

Our two buildings are old. The Tudor Revival H. Lee House was built in 1928. The Folk Victorian Parsonage Museum building was built in 1897).  Together, these two wonderful old ladies are going strong thanks to constant care by our board and volunteers (and long-time contractors) to keep them looking beautiful and functioning well for our extended community.

In 2019 we’ll celebrate the 20th birthday of our museum, the place that tells Lemon Grove’s story to the world. This sweet building started life as the town’s first church. Then it fell into disrepair and abandonment in the late 20th century. Similarly, the H. Lee House was decrepit and standing in the path of freeway construction. We saved both and pledged to maintain both. But we can’t do that without your help.

Please help us protect the irreplaceable. Whether you give $5 or $500, every bit helps us maintain the two buildings that are central to the story of Lemon Grove. Your tax-deductible donation is greatly appreciated.   You can donate online at our Square One site,  call 619-460-4353, or email us here – Thank you!

Both of these beautiful buildings are located in Treganza Heritage Park