Museums in Redding, CA

Find museums in Redding, CA. Listings include Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Shasta Historical Society, Warbirds West Air Museum, Bethea Art Glass, Artistic Endeavors - Art created by persons with developmental disabilities and The Eaton Gift. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 05/19/19
    The fabulous float was ready to roll @ 7:30am with 8 docents and the rains held off! (The prediction of rain may have affected attendance, however.)
    > The Eaton Gift
  • 05/18/19
    TODAY IN HISTORY: May 18, 1862 – On this day, a man named Hubbard was killed by a man named Castle at Pittsburg on Squaw Creek. It seems that Hubbard missed a bottle of whisky from his cabin, and ...
    > Shasta Historical Society
  • 05/18/19
    The float is ready for tomorrow’s parade complete with a general store, saloon doors and so much more! Come on down to support the docents rain or shine!! Yee-haw!!!
    > The Eaton Gift
  • 05/17/19
    TODAY IN HISTORY: May 17, 1893 – A severe storm prevailed in Redding today, mingled with lighting flashes and the artillery of heaven. A large quantity of hail fell, and the elements seemed to be t...
    > Shasta Historical Society
  • 05/16/19
    SNAPSHOT IN TIME: The image on this post card shows a gold dredge at Middle Creek near Redding in 1910. #SnapshotInTime #ShastaHistory #ShastaCounty #Throwback #Dredging
    > Shasta Historical Society
  • 05/16/19
    TODAY IN HISTORY: May 16, 1897 – On this day, Ed M. Swasey, a resident of Sacramento came up to Redding this morning to spend the next two days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Swasey. His f...
    > Shasta Historical Society
  • 05/15/19
    There were a few sprinkles out there today, but not enough to discourage this guy!
    > The Eaton Gift
  • 05/15/19
    Paul Bunyan's Forest Camp at Turtle Bay is closed for the remainder of today due to high winds causing branches to fall from trees. The remaining areas of the Museum will remain open.
    > Turtle Bay Exploration Park