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Visit and Tour - Hours and Access
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NOTE: The Rancho will be closed on Saturday, November 7. For other planned closure dates, click here.
 
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Some of the outdoor spaces at Rancho Los Alamitos are open for you to enjoy.

For a map of the areas that are currently open for visitors to tour, please click here.
This map will be updated as additional gardens and other areas are reopened.

We look forward to welcoming you!
 
Images of gardens at Rancho Los Alamitos Before you visit, please reserve a free ticket for a 60-minute self-guided tour. Make a reservation via the online form or by sending an email to info@RanchoLosAlamitos.org with the time you wish to visit and the number of people in your group. Groups are limited to household members only (max 10). Our open hours are 1:00-5:00 pm on Wednesday through Sunday.

When you visit, please:
  • Wear a face covering. All visitors over 2 years of age must wear a face covering.
  • Maintain physical distance of 6 feet or more from staff and other visitors.
  • Make use of sanitizing stations and avoid touching your face.
  • Help us protect this historic site and our livestock
  • Stay home if you are sick with a cough or fever.
Other COVID-related changes we are making include:
  • The Ranch House and Rancho Center remain temporarily closed, and docent-led tours will not be available at this time.
  • Restrooms on the ground floor of the Rancho Center will be open.
  • When you arrive, please stay at your car until your reservation time and then check-in at the station in the parking lot.
  • After checking in, visitors will follow a one-way route through the Gardens and Barnyard. Please note that narrow pathways in the Gardens may not be accessible to maintain physical distancing of all visitors, volunteers, and staff.
  • Until further notice, due to current safety regulations, we are unable to accommodate Special Event Photography or Luncheon Tours. Thank you for your understanding.
During your visit, please help us preserve this historic site and our livestock:
  • Do not touch or feed the animals.
  • Do not or climb on buildings, farm equipment, and plants, including the roots of our historic Moreton Bay Fig trees.
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For a list of dates that the Rancho will be closed to the public, please click here.
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For information about the Rancho, including membership or volunteering, contact us through this website or at:

Rancho Los Alamitos Foundation
6400 East Bixby Hill Road
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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