Parsonage Museum of Lemon Grove
- 3185 Olive Street, Lemon Grove, CA 91945 | Directions
The late Victorian building features two floors of colorful exhibits related to Lemon Grove's heritage, including the General Store, Fruit Packing, Parson's Study, the Great Horse Show at St. John of the Cross, Children's Room, Parents' Room, Sewing Room. Vintage photos, artifacts, documents, and more. Free parking in Civic Center Park.
Saturday, September 10, 11:00 a.m.
ExhibitsAce Drive-In Movie Theater Remembered
The Lemon Grove Historical Society revisits the glory days (1955-86) of its lone drive-in movie theater on Broadway and Grove Streets when 25 cent popcorn and poodle skirts ruled and $2 carloads of screaming teens thrilled to little green men from Mars, G-men, and Grade Z thrillers on a four-acre lot dotted with speakers, the scent of grilled onions and hamburgers drifting on the evening air, and all eyes turned to a giant screen glowing with immense images of cultural change. That was a time. Artifacts, photographs, original movie posters, a restored pink Cadillac door with speaker and snack tray, showings of Drag Strip Riot (starring a hometown boy), and more bring the old Ace back to life. Weekday tours available. Admission by donation.
|Saturday||10 a.m. to 1 p.m.|