Mendocino County Museum is a regional "Community Storyteller" exhibiting the area's diverse ways of life through its exhibits and programs. MeCoMu welcomes its many guests and appreciates their interest in its programs and exhibits.
Mendocino County Museum
This is the official homepage of the Mendocino County Museum. Includes info on exhibits, museum history, event calendar, links, and map.
MENDOCINO COUNTY INDEXES
An article originally appearing in the Mendocino Beacon Newspaper in 1972 covering the opening of the Museum.
For the whole family:
Roots of Motive Power
This organization's goal is to restore old logging equipment used in the Mendocino region. Includes photos of old equipment, upcoming events, and a photo gallery. Each piece of equipment is accompanied by an interesting and detailed history. Fun site. Make sure to checkout the dining car.
For Research visit the Museum/Historical Library:
The Held-Poage Museum
This Victorian home turned museum/library contains over 4,500 valuable documents relating to local history. The Ukiah Genealogical Society stores it's files here. This site contains history of the museum and driving directions. Held-Poage is open Monday-Saturday from 1:30 to 5:00. It is located at the corner of Perkins and Dora in Ukiah. (707) 462-6969.
More Mendocino Museums:
Grace Hudson Museum and Sun House
The Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah, California, is an art, history and anthropology museum focusing on the lifeworks of artist Grace Carpenter Hudson (1865-1937) and her ethnologist husband, Dr. John W. Hudson (1857-1936). Site contains photos, events, history, operating hours, and driving directions to the museum.(MendocinoSites.com)
Mendocino Ford House Museum
A museum feature ing models of vessels which once plied coastal waters, carrying lumber, passengers and other essentials to those who made their homes on the North Coast. (MendocinoSites.com)
The Kelley House
This site contains a photo and history of this house turned museum. Museum features exhibits of local history.
Triangle Tattoo Museum
A working tattoo studio with a museum that is concerned with the history of tattooing from all over the world.(MendocinoSites.com)