Experience life in a WWII internment camp. Walk through a
recreated barrack and hear first-hand accounts from
Japanese American docents who were interned. They share their
personal stories and remembrances of their experience.
Students explore citizenship, constitutionality and the concept
of redress. A docent will assist the group with completing
the Time of Remembrance Activity Sheet and lead them on a tour of
the “Uprooted! Japanese Americans During WWII” exhibit.
A free resource packet to prepare your class for this
thought-provoking and powerful program is available.
The 2013 Time of Remembrance Program and Museum Tour has ended,
but reservations can be made for the 2014 season from 9:30am -
12:30pm Monday through Friday from January 21 – March 21,
In partnership with Esquire IMAX Theatre and the State Capitol
Museum, the California Trilogy Tour provides a unique look at
California. This program brings the state’s diverse history alive
with interactive, colorful exhibits and multimedia presentations
that create an environment where sight, sound and historic
treasures lead students to discover California’s unique people