Museums and Attractions
With its dramatic view of the Amador Valley, the Alviso Adobe Community Park is a stunning and unique historic resource where visitors can experience the natural beauty of California.
Motorcycle hall of famer Arlen Ness is an American icon in the world of motorcycle design and entrepreneurship. The museum features more than 40 custom motorcycles.
The Blackhawk Automotive Museum is is best known for its impressive collection of classic, rare, and unique automobiles, including over 120 of the world’s best.
The best source for the tangible history of the city of Dublin. The ten-acres of Dublin Heritage Park and Museums contains a beautifully preserved church and schoolhouse.
The national historic site honors America’s only Nobel Prize winning playwright, Eugene O’Neill, at his home, called Tao House, in Danville.
Founded by the University of California in 1952, the Lab’s Discovery Center provides a window into state-of-the-art research programs and experimental tools.
Visitors to the Guild are treated to Interesting and informative presentations about the Early Rancheros, the Transcontinental Railroad, Wild Times in The Wild West, and more.
Located in the heart of downtown Danville, the Museum of the San Ramon Valley is dedicated to preserving and honoring the area’s rich history and heritage.
Museum on Main is a celebrated small town museum dedicated to the history of the Tri Valley region, hosting lectures, presentations, tours, and special events.
Niles Canyon Railway is a living history museum interpreting the importance of the railroad heritage in the development of California.