Victor Valley Legacy Museum

The Victor Valley Legacy Museum, located on the Old Route 66, now known as Seventh Street, opened in 2017 as a sister project to the Apple Valley Legacy Museum in the building that previously housed the Victorville Old Town Route 66 Historic Society. We are a part of the Santa Fe Trading Co. complex at 15492 7th St. Ste. A, between Forrest and A Streets.

Come check out our vintage displays, photos, scrapbooks, office machines, record player, typewriter, and displays celebrating old Victorville – the railroad, mining, western heritage, and of course Route 66. Also included are photos and mementos of many of the surrounding communities of the Victor Valley. Pick up a souvenir, a t-shirt, Route 66 cap, or a local history book.

Staffed by volunteers, we are open for visitors Monday through Saturday mid-day. In addition, we enjoy in participating in the Crafts Fairs held in May, September, October and December. You can also find us supporting the Victorville Veterans and Christmas Parades, and holding a Veterans reception yearly on November 11th.

For more information or to volunteer please contact Marcy Taylor at: or (760)-985-1918

Victor Valley Legacy Museum

15492 7th St. Ste A

Victorville, CA  92395


Sponsorships and Donations are welcomed and greatly appreciated!  You may make a check to HDCF (High Desert Community Foundation) with “Victor Valley Legacy Museum” in the memo section.  Send to HDCF, P.O. Box 2028, Apple Valley, CA 92307.  You may also donate with a credit card or a PayPal account: