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

Permanent Exhibits

In addition to a variety of programs and exhibits for all age groups, the Museum features a permanent exhibit of local valley history. The exhibit begins with geology and concludes with contemporary times. It features California Indians, especially those who once lived in the San Ramon Valley. It also depicts the Rancho period, the Gold Rush, early settlers and the development of towns and modern day suburbs.

Click here for a very brief history of the valley.

Docents are on duty when the museum is open.

School and other special tours may be scheduled by calling Alice Brydon at 925-837-1339.

The Museum is housed in the restored 1891 Danville Depot and is wheel chair accessible.

The Museum of the San Ramon Valley is dedicated to preserving and celebrating our rich history and heritage. The collections and exhibits reflect our human experiences, institutions and cultures that were shaped by the valley's landscape, environment and early settlers.
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