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FSAC Lobby Area Senior / Arts Center48 Natoma StreetFolsom, CA, 95630(916)355-7285

$40.00 $40.00

The Benicia Historical Museum shares the story of Benicia’s place in the history of California and how this history relates to the development of our country's pre- and post statehood. The job of collecting artifacts began in 1975 and the items were stored in several locations until the Arsenal site became available. The Benicia City Council dedicated the Camel Barn complex on December 7th, 1982. The Museum was formally dedicated on May 19th, 1985 and has been open continuously since that time.
No host lunch in downtown Benicia. Then off to Benicia Military cemetery. The cemetery was established in 1849 and is the oldest military cemetery in the Pacific Northwest. It is the final resting place of 211 people. Included are 123 U.S. Soldiers, 9 German and Italian POWs, 61 civilians of which 18 are unknown and 3 pets.
Bring money for lunch and money for lunch.
Please arrive a few minutes early if you haven't already filled out a trip waiver.
Bring money for lunch and money for lunch.
$10 museum admission is non-refundable.


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