The general public may visit the museum and see a number of displays depicting Lincoln’s history; look at photographs of landmarks gone by; read books on California history; review old City of Lincoln record books and inquire about various frontier families. Guests may see a bit of local history and hopefully come away with more knowledge of Lincoln and the pioneers who made the town.

 

  • Hours Monday - CLOSED;Tuesday through Friday; 11:00 am - 3:00 pm; Open the FIRST Saturday of each month 11:00-3:00
  • Address 640 5th Street, Lincoln, CA 95648
  • Phone 916-645-3800
  • Website Lincoln Area Archives Museum
  • Best Feature The museum exhibits are always evolving so come in often.
  • Special Exhibits
  • Walking Tours
  • Gift Shop

Walking Tours – First Saturday of each month, weather permitting (must reserve in advance) call 916-645-3800 to reserve a spot.

 

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