Museum of the San Ramon Valley

Highway 21 - In Two Counties


205 Railroad Ave., Danville, CA

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Above: The Depot from 1910 and as the current Museum of the San Ramon Valley

The Museum of the San Ramon Valley was founded in 1985 and makes its home in the beautifully restored 1891 Southern Pacific Depot in Danville. Docents will start the morning leading groups through their California Indian and National Park exhibits. Following the exhibits, you’ll get to learn about Old Town Danville and Veterans Hall on the museum’s most popular walking tour!


Image: Louis Choris drawing circa 1816 of a Miwok Woman

California Indian Exhibit


Docent Craig Miller teaching the Indian Life program to 4th grade class.

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