This new onsite exhibition features original works by 5 California artists exploring the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on Nov. 1 and 2.
The Museum is now open Thursday-Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm with new protocols. Planning a visit and advance tickets are encouraged using the links below.
Explore the life and legacy of the native Sacramento weightlifter in this new online exhibit presented in partnership with Google Arts & Culture for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
Explore the life and career of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris in this new online exhibit launched on the eve of her historic inauguration as the United States’ first woman, first African American and first Indian American Vice President.
Developed in collaboration with First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom, this new exhibit features the stories of Golden State women inspiring change and reflection on the struggle for equality.
Discover the overlooked but significant contributions of Chinese Californians in shaping history and the modern state in this new exhibit featuring historic artifacts and photographs, accompanied by interactive video stations, games and activities.
This signature exhibit explores life behind barbed wire for Japanese Americans through in re-created barracks, interactive video kiosks, historic photographs and artifacts.
Explore the history of Sacramento’s lost Japantown in the online version of this 2017 exhibit developed in partnership with former residents and Kevin Wildie, author of “Sacramento’s Historic Japantown: Legacy of a Neighborhood Lost.”
Explore travel for African Americans in mid-century America in this exhibition created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) in collaboration with author Candacy A. Taylor.
A chronicle of Japanese Americans’ perseverance over mass incarceration during WWII through contemporary images by Paul Kitagaki, Jr. paired with historic images by War Relocation Authority photographers.