The Rim of the World Historical Society Museum is closed for the season. Continue to visit our site for special events and activities.
JOIN US FOR OUR Swinging Sixties Holiday Party!!!
December 9th 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
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The best way to celebrate the history of the Swinging 60s is to party with the Rim of the World Historical Society this Holiday Season on Saturday, December 9 at the San Moritz Lodge in Crestline, the “Swingingest Town in America”!
Cocktails for sale and Appetizers start at 5pm. Dinner at 6pm is a delicious buffet and dessert catered by Fox in the Woods. It includes Tri Tip, Chicken Cordon Bleu, twice baked potatoes, grilled vegetables and chocolate mouse cake!
Then dance the night away to 60’s tunes and contemporary favorites with our own dancing celebrity, Steve Valentine of Ballroom Burn!
Feel free to dress like its 1969!
$59 for ROWHS Members
$69 for Non-members
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The San Moritz Lodge is located at 24640 San Moritz Drive, Crestline.
For more information contact
Cindy Burnett at (909) 273-4291.
Join us for:
Thanksgiving Weekend: Friday – Sunday 11- 4
Holiday Open House: Sunday, December 3 11- 4
Admission is always FREE (donations accepted)
– Access to Tunnel Tour Tickets
– Discount on selected Events
Annual Family Membership available for $35 per year
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Keep the museum in mind for your event. We welcome group meetings, receptions or other gatherings when the museum is not open to the public.
If you are looking for an opportunity to volunteer a little or a lot of your time and talents, please consider joining our friendly group.
Our Vision Our Mission
The mission of the Rim of the World Historical Society is to promote, collect, and preserve a broad knowledge of mountain history essential to a basic quality of life in an increasingly diverse society.
The vision of the Rim of the World Historical Society is to provide a permanent repository, a museum, in order to foster the education and appreciation of history in our mountain communities, and to enhance public perception of the history and culture of the San Bernardino Mountains for the enjoyment of residents today and for future generations.
The Mountain History Museum opened June 2010 in a restored county fire house in Lake Arrowhead. Under the direction of the Rim of the World Historical Society, the museum is open on weekends June through October annually. Serving multiple communities in the western San Bernardino Mountains, the exhibits and education programs keep alive the local history for residents and visitors to the scenic area.