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Wheatland History Museum

The Wheatland History Museum

111 Main St. Wheatland, CA
It is open on the 1st and 3rd Saturday 
of each month 
from 10:00-2:00.
Admission is free and donations are gladly accepted.


Click the link below to see...

Thank you, 
Wheatland Historical Society member, Sam, for your dedication.
Our Army uniform, once owned by Byron Bennett, 
now has ribbons and a name tag.


Click the link below to view a video of our Museum 
made by local students at
Bear River TV.

 Our museum operates under the direction of the
Wheatland Historical Society.

It is located in what many of us lovingly call the
"Little Red Schoolhouse"
It's also where many local children (who are now adults)
attended kindergarten.

When you visit, please sign our guest book and 
IF you attended kindergarten in the schoolhouse, 
sign our special "Little Red Schoolhouse Alumni" book.


If you have something to donate to the museum contact us by mail at 
Wheatland Historical Society
P.O. Box 164
Wheatland, CA 95692
or send an email to:

Wheatland History Museum. 

These are a few photos of the construction crew in action.

Follow this link for other museums nearby.

The primary purpose of the Wheatland Historical Society is to discover, collect, preserve, and disseminate knowledge concerning the history of the Wheatland area in the
County of Yuba and the State of California. 

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