Developed under a tribal advisory council, this exhibit is
the only of its kind to be created in Native voice representing
over 100 tribes across the state.
An exhibit of photography chronicling women across America
commissioned for The Shriver Report’s “A Woman’s Nation Pushes
Back from the Brink.”
This traveling exhibit explores the ingenuity of Japanese
Americans interned during WWII through concept of gaman, or
enduring the unbearable with patience and dignity.
Explore the 21 outposts founded by Spanish missionaries on “The
Royal Road” in this new exhibit chronicling a pivotal chapter of
The Museum will be closed for scheduled building maintenance on
Saturday, March 29 and Sunday, March 30. Hours subject to change,
please call (916) 653-0650 to confirm availability.
Experience life in wartime California and a journey through civil
Learn why your zip code can predict how long and how well you
live in the national award-winning multimedia exhibit “Health
Welcoming travelers to California’s capitol city, the Museum’s
installation on the third floor of SMF’s Terminal B engages
visitors with an overview of the state’s inspirational history.