Hathaway Ranch and Oil Museum
Hathaway Ranch Museum
11901 Florence Avenue
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Open Mon, Tues & Thurs 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission free, suggested donation $4
Onsite parking is free; on street parking is available but not recommended. Closed on all major Holidays. Group and off-hour tours by special arrangement.
The Hathaway Ranch Museum is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit corporation
dedicated to preserving and presenting the eras of farming, ranching
and oil development in early Fulton Wells/Santa Fe Springs.The museum's five-acre site holds some one-hundred and forty years of Hathaway family and community history. Come visit us and take a tour of our five acres of rusty, dusty history, and hear stories about the ranch and early Santa Fe Springs. Our landmark focal point is the large two-story 1933 Spanish-Mediterranean style ranch house, along with a flat-belt line-shaft driven machine shop, and myriad historic farm and ranching structures, oil drilling equipment, and much more.
Hathaway Oil Company Timeline:
1932 Hathaway (Oil) Company incorporated
1971 Hathaway Company merged with Pyramid Oil Company
1985 Southern California assets spun off into new Hathaway Co.
2004 Hathaway Company officially dissolved