Alameda Historical Museum

Alameda Historical Museum
Alameda Historical Museum is listed in the Museums category in Alameda, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alameda Historical Museum which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alameda Historical Museum on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 81.

Contact information for Alameda Historical Museum is:
2324 Alameda Ave
Alameda, CA 94501
(510) 521-1233

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The Alameda Museum added an event.
Early Alameda, the Hayloft, and the First Congregational Church This architectural gem is the 5th oldest church in Alameda. Ann Beret Johnsen is a 4th generation Alamedan and lives in the family home on Alameda Avenue established in 1881 by her great-grandparents. Her mother Shirley acted as family historian caring for family records, movies, and letters. Ann grew up hearing family stories, which sparked an interest in family and community history. Attending First Congregational Church since she was born, she was asked to serve as Church Historian by the Rev. Larry Schulz a task she enjoys, assisted by Ginny Krutilek, another native Alamedan. Free for Museum Members, $10 admission at the door for everyone else. Sponsor: Liz Rush, Realtor, McGuire Real Estate.

NOTE: The Museum will be closed to the public for renovations and upgraded exhibits starting May 31. We will inform the public when we are able to open our doors again. Thank you for your understanding and patience!

Good news! "A Home in Alameda" by Alameda historian, Woody Minor, has been revised for 2017 and reprinted. It is again available from the gift shop at the Museum, and online from our website. Get your copy now! — Products shown: A Home in Alameda by Woody Minor.

The Alameda Museum added an event.
Alameda Legends: Over 100 Years of Alameda Sports History Author and Alameda native James Francis McGee will talk about his latest book "Alameda Legends" honoring over 200 local sports heroes of our island city. Sports fanatics and lovers of local history will enjoy McGee's recollection of high schools, sports leagues, and growing up in Alameda. Sponsor: Pacific Coast Community Services. Admission is $10 for the public and free for members. NOTE: This month's lecture is being held at the Eagles' Hall, across the street from the Museum.
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