Historical Society - Tag Sale

Rancho Santa Fe Historical Society is planning a huge, one-of-a-kind Upscale Tag Sale featuring furniture, decor and more. Beautiful items have been graciously donated by the Inn at Rancho Santa Fe's new owner in support of the Historical Society. Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 22 & Sunday April 23. There will be a special preview only available to active RSFHS Members. Not sure if your membership is current? Call the Historical Society at (858) 756-9291 and ask for Emily. Visit rsfhs.org to become a members and for more details.

Historic, first time ever…. TAG SALE!
The Inn in Rancho Santa Fe has been sold and is being redecorated. The new owner has generously donated many of its furnishings and original art works to the RANCHO SANTA FE HISTORICAL SOCIETY for a one-of-a-kind TAG SALE!

The sale will be held at the former location of the Pier 1 Home Goods store at 2671 Via De La Valle, Del Mar, 92014 at the Del Mar Shopping Center.

Friday, April 21, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (Historical Society members ONLY presale)

Saturday, April 22. 9:00AM to 7:00PM (open to general public)

Sunday, April 23, 9:00AM to 4:00PM (open to general public)

This amazing opportunity for the general public to own a piece of the Ranch's history will offer everything at prices to SELL!! All items are from the iconic Inn at Rancho Santa Fe and include guest room furnishings, light fixtures, patio furniture, and original art works from local artists: Daryl Millard, Robert Ferguson, Andre Dluhos, Mary Ann Ohmit & Sally Jordan.

DIRECTIONS: Turn EAST off of the 5 freeway onto Via De La Valle. Turn RIGHT at the first signal (Mcdonalds on your left). Proceed just past the Chevron gas station and car wash on the right. CASH or CREDITCARDS ONLY. ALL SALES FINAL. For further information visit www.RSFHS.org or call 858/765-9291.


The Rancho Santa Fe Historical Society is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. Our mission is to collect, preserve, research, and interpret the documents, photos and artifacts that connect us to Rancho Santa Fe and its past. The opportunity to learn more about the history of this special village is offered through exhibitions, historic sites, the archives, special events, educational programs and publications.