In addition to ongoing exhibits, the museum houses an archive of 160 collections of diaries, newspapers, oral histories, and video recordings detailing the history of African Americans in the Bay Area and Northern California.
A museum dedicated to Alameda history.
Home to a unique collection of artifacts and exhibits emphasizing the role of the Alameda Naval Air Station in the defense of our nation.
Ongoing exhibitions include "In a New Light," more than 2,500 works from the museum's collection.
The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation's gallery aims to build cultural bridges between communities through exhibitions exploring topics like race relations, colonialism, war, and the urban experience.
Spanning a period of some 3,000 years, the museum holds a phenomenal array of everyday artifacts such as cooking pots, grinding stones, lamps, and agricultural implements from ancient Palestine along with colorful Greek and Cypriot ceramics, scarabs from Egypt, cuneiform tablets from ancient Mesopotamia, and over 300 historic Bibles from around the world.
UC Berkeley’s preeminent museum is a striking modernist structure with a collection of more than 16,000 works of art.
The Berkeley Historical Society is a non-profit all-volunteer organization dedicated to researching, preserving and sharing Berkeley's history.
The museum's ongoing exhibit, "International Automotive Treasures," features more than 90 artful and historic automobiles from the time of the first car to the contemporary era.
The California Academy of Sciences is among the largest museums of natural history in the world.
The last surviving Victorian house on Lake Merritt is open for public, docent-led tours during regular hours, and other times by appointment