Collections of ancient or historic buildings, either original or reconstructed on a site or linked sites presented to the public in such a way as to increase understanding of the past located in California.
The infamous federal prison, the Rock, from 1934 to 1963 with information on exhibits and the American Indian Occupation (1969 to 1971) located at San Francisco.
This authentic silver mining town lives on as one of the few original mining camps of the Old West. Includes hours, admission and map. Located in Yermo.
Columbia State Historic Park
Preserved gold rush-era business district with shops, restaurants and hotels, and includes activity and visitor information.
Fort Ross State Historic Park
A Russian-American Company settlement from 1812 to 1841 chartered by Russia's tsarist government with general and visitor information, video, activities and event calendar located at Jenner.
Fresno Flats Historical Park
Nineteenth century life in the Sierra Nevada foothills and mountains of Central California built around two restored and furnished homes dating to the 1870s, including general information, a virtual tour, and events located near Oakhurst.
Historically and architecturally significant buildings which cannot be preserved at their original location are relocated to a village-like setting, restored, displayed, and interpreted to the public with visitor information located at Los Angeles.
Kern County Museum
Over 50 historic structures and exhibits depicting the history of the area, comprising of general information, exhibits, calendar of events, programs and store located near Bakersfield.
Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park
The location where James W. Marshall discovered gold in 1848 on the South Fork of the American River in the valley the Nisenan Indians knew as Cullumah, comprises of a video, calendar of events, and general and visitor information located at Coloma.
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