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Sonoma County Museum [CA]

The Sonoma County Museum presents the 19th- and 20th-century history of Sonoma County, California; and provides a location for community gatherings. The museum is housed within the 1909 Renaissance Revival Santa Rosa Post Office and Federal Building, among the first 12 federally erected buildings in California. The museum collection consists of nearly 25,000 artifacts, including contemporary artworks.

The museum offers exhibits, 45-minute guided tours, 45- to 60-minute educational outreach programs, outreach slide presentations of past exhibits, and activities. The activities are intended for classroom use. Two weeks notice is required for school tours. The website offers more than 10 teacher's guides.