P.O. Box 39, 205 Railroad Avenue, Danville, CA 94526
Located at the corner of Railroad and Prospect Avenues in Downtown Danville
Tours - General
When the Museum is open, a trained docent is always on duty and can provide exhibit tours for visitors who drop in. Reserved tours are also available during open or closed hours by appointment. Large groups are encouraged to call ahead to assure that a docent is available for your group. (925) 837-3750.
Walking Tours of Old Town Danville and the Alamo Cemetery are available by appointment.
Old Town Danville Walking Tour
Our most popular tour goes through Old Town Danville and lasts about one hour. Trained docents will tell you about the origin of street names, the impact of fires and about the people who lived here. A special tour featuring Eugene O'Neill's time (1937-1944) is also available. For reservations call Donna or Eve at the museum 837-3750. A $4 donation is requested.
Summer 2015 Tours
Fridays at 6:15 (third Friday of each month)
Alamo Cemetery Tour
Trained docents reveal stories of pioneer families during a special walk-through the cemetery 130 El Portal, Danville. For reservations call Donna or Eve at the museum at 837-3750. A donation of $4 is requested.
Watch for announcements of spring and fall public tours.
private schools (local and regional) are invited to bring classrooms of
children for docent guided tours in the Museum. Tours for school classes
at the museum are conducted by trained docents and can be tailored to
meet the teacher's requests. Old Town Danville and Alamo Cemetery tours
are also available. Call 925-837-3750 or send an email to email@example.com for a reservation.
Other Custom Tours
A variety of exhibit, theme and depot tours at the museum may be arranged by contacting Alice Brydon at 837-1339. Special tours may be scheduled when the museum is closed. A donation is requested.
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