Heritage Museum of Orange County
The H. Clay Kellogg House, as seen in 1903 in its original Santa Ana location.
The Heritage Museum of Orange County is home to two historic structures. The H. Clay Kellogg House (c. 1898) was built in the Queen Anne style popular during the Victorian era. Notable features include a ship's mast and a surrounding spiral staircase. The museum uses the house for educational programs and other events, including Victorian teas. Also on-site is the John Maag Farmhouse (c. 1899), the former home of a citrus grower. It was designed in the Colonial Revival style.