The Vacaville Museum is a small, pleasant museum which delves into the history of the town with which it shares its name while also exploring the cultural past of the rest of Solano County at the same time. The Museum's view extends to all racial groups in the County with recent exhibitions on Latin American and African culture. While a trip here will not fill your day it is an interesting way to spend a bit of time, plus if you are a local you are sure to learn a few things about the place you call home!
Things to Do
- The Museum's collection includes many every day objects that are interesting because of their connection with the area's social history.
- People can come and see old clothes or explore black and white photos of Vacaville, its former residents and many other towns. It brings history into a personal perspective and makes visitors realize they are not so different from the people who came before them.
Vacaville Museum Insider Tips
- While entrance to the museum is free they do suggest a donation of $3 for adults, $2 for students and seniors and $1 for students on a school tour.
- The Museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
- Vacaville Museum is a member of the SCMC, the Solano County Museum Consortium. This is a gathering of museums which can be found in the Solano County area and which work together to promote the many museums and places of learning which can be found throughout the county. You can find out more about the other museums involved on the Vacaville Museum's website.