Tuolumne City Memorial Museum
Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 1pm – 4pm
18663 Carter Street at Bay Avenue
Tuolumne, CA 95379
Here you will find five galleries featuring antique objects and clothing. There is the “Spirit of the Pioneer Gallery” and the “Kitchen & Laundry Gallery”. The most memorable is the Model Train Exhibit which is the West Side Lumber Company’s 120th scale, “G” gauge “Spirit of Industry” Gallery. Call (209) 928-3516 for tours not during the regular hours.
The Tuolumne City Memorial Museum supports continuing the historical research and preservation of the West Side Lumber Company. The museum was the idea of Patsy McMahon and Marie Rozier, who collected pictures and artifacts of Tuolumne Township, they located and opened the first Tuolumne museum at the corner of Pine Street and Chestnut Avenue in the old Tuolumne in 1948. The inside of the current building including rooms and displays, was organized with the leadership of Eve Pecchenino and opened Christmas of 1984.
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