Come Experience More Than Great History at Heritage Square! Celebrating 25 Wonderful Years 1991-2016


Tours, Weddings, Wine Tasting, Fine Dining, Concerts and more...


The perfect location for you to create a wedding or special occasion; enjoy an outdoor Summer Concert in our charming plaza; 
eat a delicious tea menu in the rose garden or take a pleasant and leisurely guided tour. Nestled in Historic Downtown Oxnard, California, Heritage Square offers a unique, quaint scene combined with delightful gardens and fountains - an ideal setting for
these original homes to be viewed and 
appreciated!  Heritage Square offers a wide variety of community festivities and event
facilities in addition to hosting over 25 businesses including a Restaurant, Wine Tasting Room, and a Visitor Center/Gift Shop.




2016 Heritage Square Summer Concerts

Concerts are Fridays

6 pm to 8:30 pm  


Tables go on sale May 1st



Speaker Series at Heritage Square:
Tuesday, May 10th 5:30PM
Roby Naumann speaks on ranching in Ventura County.
FREE for members, $5 for non-members. 731 South A Street, Oxnard, CA 93030, in
the Heritage Hall.
We Want YOU! Volunteer: 
Many opportunities available: Listing of Volunteer Opportunities

Ongoing: Tours, Teas and Historical Presentations, call 805.483.7960 ext 3

Our SPRING TEA is this weekend....

Tea Time Stories brought to you by docent, Connie Korenstein. Enjoy an afternoon outdoors
in the Heritage Square Plaza for Mother's Day weekend. Selection of tea sandwiches, scones,
pastries and desserts available (No special dietary needs, please). Assigned seating, tables
seat 6 and 8 (Fill your own table - Contact us for details), smaller parties will be combined.
$40 per person and $20 for children.

Tea Reservations: Only a few seats left!

Select Reservations Here:


Wine Tasting 

Experience great wine tasting at Rancho Ventavo Cellars. For more info  please call (805) 483-8084 or visit


Step back in time to the Victorian era each Saturday, from 10 to 4 or Sunday from 1 to 4. Docents  provide information about the architecture and the community leaders who lived in the original homes, built between 1876 thru 1912. For approximately 45 minutes, explore another world that had strict social rules and dress codes. Tours are $5 per person, $10 per family of 4. Tours start at the Heritage Square Visitor Center at 715 So. A Street, across from the water tower approximately every hour on the hour.