Oroville is rich with history in its many museums. Continue reading to learn a little bit more about each of the museums.
Use the map below to head to your next favorite museum! For more information on Oroville, head to VisitOroville.com.
Explore Butte County is hosting a free Museum Weekend this Saturday and Sunday, February 29 and March 1. In Oroville the museums that are participating are the C.F. Lott Home in Sank Park, Feather River Nature Center & Native Plant Park, Historic Oroville State Theatre, Oroville Chinese Temple, and the Pioneer Museum.
For a full list of participating museums, head to Explore Butte County's website by Clicking Here. For more information on the city of Oroville head to VisitOroville.com or contact us at (530) 538-2542 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lake Oroville Visitor Center is one of the most fascinating points of interest in Oroville. They hold several events throughout the year, have a museum, have access to trails, and do many more things.
The Green Line Tour takes you to several points of interest in the scenic Oroville area. Below you will learn about these points. Stop by the Oroville Area Chamber of Commerce to pick up a physical map of the Green Line Tour, or call them for more information at (530) 538-2542. For more information on Oroville in general, head to VisitOroville.com