Modified Visitation Policies
Please bring and wear a mask or face-covering. It will be required during your visit. Museum staff will also be wearing masks. This requirement does not apply to children under the age of two (2) or to individuals who are unable to wear a face-covering due to a medical condition.
Please stay with your group and maintain six (6) feet of social distancing inside the museum.
If you are not feeling well, or if others in your household are sick, we ask that you please stay home.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
The California Agriculture Museum is home to the nation’s most unique collection of tractors and artifacts. Interactive exhibits and special events tell the history of farm to fork, dating back to the Gold Rush era. Hear local storytellers boast of how California food producers did things bigger and better. California evolved from horse drawn, to steam driven, to fuel powered machines. Galleries and corridors wind you by harvesters, wheel and crawler track-type tractors, combines, trucks, art and photo galleries.
The museum is dedicated to enhancing the understanding and appreciation of California’s rich cultural heritage through the presentation of its collection, and rotating exhibits. The kid’s zone is designed to bring families back to a simpler time when play depended on your imagination.
The museum and event center is a cultural destination ideal for your next business conference, meeting, festival, or your family event that highlights the next rite of passage: weddings, sweet sixteen, quinceañeras , birthdays, anniversaries, and celebrations of life.
Tours and Field Trips
With three unique spaces, the museum encourages events that support its mission to protect, preserve, and educate in an environment of early California artifacts. Wander through the lush courtyard, meet in the banquet hall, and to trip into history in our expansive galleries. Parking is not an obstacle for your next visit.