Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum

Just steps from the Beach, the Museum holds countless treasures from the City’s past. Document

The Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum is located at 220 N Market Street in Port Hueneme. Built in 1925, the building was originally the Bank of Hueneme, then it was the city’s first City Hall. Today, the Museum - listed as Ventura County Landmark No. 32 - houses historical artifacts, photographs, and information on the history of the Hueneme area. Famed architect Myron Hunt designed the building, he was also responsible for designing the Bard Mansion, the Huntington Library in San Marino, and the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles.

Displays are maintained by the City’s Administration and Community Services Department and the Historical Museum Commission.

***The Port Hueneme Historical Museum is currently under restoration until further notice. Please stay tuned for upcoming traveling exhibits and related engagements. 

Volunteer opportunities are available if you wish to be a part of the transformation!

For more information, please call Recreation & Community Services at (805) 986-6542 or email recreation@cityofporthueneme.org.