P.O. Box 39, 205 Railroad Avenue, Danville, CA 94526
(925) 837-3750
Located at the corner of Railroad and Prospect Avenues in Downtown Danville















HoursT1 Saturday 10 to 1
Museum Hours
Tuesday through Friday: 1 - 4pm
Saturday: 10am - 1pm
Sunday: Noon to 3pm

Free to members, modest fee for non-members - Donations Welcome


Storytelling at the Museum

Saturday, October 25
10:30 and 11:30 am 

Saturday Indian storytelling will be featured at the Museum of the San Ramon Valley. These stories will be told by Museum volunteer Marty Buxton and feature animal mounts from the Lindsay Wildlife Museum.    

Suitable for children of all ages, these creation accounts and stories from various California Indian tribes are not to be missed!


at the Museum

Saturday, October 25
9:00am - 3:00pm

We are selling special items and donations to benefit the Museum at our annual Elegant Flea Market. Donors have given us things to sell that are not part of our collections and have no connection to the valley. Pictures, books, knick-knacks, antiques, jewelry, household items and many other nice items will be available.

If you would like to make a tax deductible contribution of items for this
sale to benefit the Museum, please bring them to the Museum starting
mid-June during museum hours. No clothing please.

Contact Jan Habiger with any questions at 837-3089.


Alamo Cemetery Tour

Saturday, October 25th at 10am
Alamo Cemetery
130 El Portal, Danville

Have you ever wanted to tour the Alamo Cemetery? This month is your big chance. Docents from the Museum of the San Ramon Valley will talk about valley residents buried in this beautiful cemetery.

Docents will take visitors through the cemetery, telling about the lives of people at their gravesites. Once again, historical re-enactors will stand at some gravesites to portray pioneers. Visitors will meet R.O. Baldwin and wife Mary, Charles Wood and daughter Charlotte Wood and Travis Boone, Mary Weidemann and Rose Peters.

Reservations are not necessary. A donation of $4/person for the tour is requested. For more information, call Patty Dobbin at 838-0127.


Visit the Museum Store!

New Train Merchandise Available

Visit the Museum Store for our selection of books, children's toys and tee shirts, and for one of a kind items found only here.

History buff?  We carry a wide variety of books on local history, train lore, and for the nature lover, a collection of material on local wildlife and flora native to our area.

Make our store part of your museum experience. Stop by to see what’s new,
interesting, fun and useful. Your purchases benefit the Museum and its many community programs.



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