Museums in Alameda, CA

Find museums in Alameda, CA. Listings include USS Hornet - Sea, Air and Space Museum, Pacific Pinball Museum, Bay Area Radio Museum & Hall of Fame, California Historical Radio Society, Alameda Museum and USS Hornet Museum Presents . . . .. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 09/17/20
    A Skippy Peanut Butter woman’s bowling team shirt worn by Ella Marie Summers from 1923-2008 who worked at the Skippy factory • The Skippy Peanut Butter factory was located at 1916 Webster St, now the...
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  • 09/17/20
    Sunspots are coming back for Shortwave Radio fun: . NASA says: . "Solar Cycle 25 has begun. During a media event on Tuesday, experts from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admini...
    > California Historical Radio Society
  • 09/17/20
    Hall of Communications, PatchPanel and gear in boxes: See two photos >> The K6VK PatchPanel is a prototype that can be a model for one in the Hall of Communications. (de K6VK) ##
    > California Historical Radio Society
  • 09/15/20
    Central Hose Company, No. 3 • A black hard leather helmet circa 1898 once belonged to Alameda’s volunteer firefighter Mr. Lovegrove • • Thankful for all the firefighters during this time. • • • #Ala...
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  • 09/09/20
    In 1905 when the circus came to town, a crowd gathered to watch the Barnum and Bailey cars unload in the early morning. Tents were pitched on the Waymire Grounds at Buena Vista and Walnut (now McKinle...
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  • 09/07/20
    View of the of the Meyers House Garden and original fencing and pergola. • We don’t know when, but we can’t wait to welcome back visitors to Alameda Museum and the Meyers House and Garden. • Stay co...
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  • 09/06/20
    From CHRS Chairman Mike Adams: We have been notified that CHRS has been awarded the AWA Taylor Award, “given in memory of John P. Taylor, TV developer at RCA and Editor of the RCA broadcast News, for ...
    > California Historical Radio Society
  • 09/04/20
    How long has it been since you had a haircut? • These items displayed at the museum are from Frank’s Barber Shop located on Lincoln Avenue and owned by Frank Corica in the 1930’s. • Frank is the unc...
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