260, Rocky Crest Road, Fallbrook, California, USA.
The Fallbrook Historical Society Museum is situated in the century farmhouse that was initially owned up by a Warfare soldier who later on succeeded to win the Medal of Honor. The museum is well known and features on the area's innovators which include the Luiseno Indians who were Spanish soldiers, the Mexican ranchmen and the American squatters. The museum also publishes the city’s rail history and agriculture. The museum is open only on Sunday and Thursday.