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Atascadero Historical Society

Address: 6600 Lewis Avenue Atascadero, CA 93422
Phone: 805.466.8341

Our purpose is to preserve the memory of the unique history of the Atascadero Colony, as well as the story of the community and its environs.

Cambria Historical Society

Address: 2251 Center Street Cambria, CA 93428
Phone: 805.927.2891

The Cambria Historical Museum is in Cambria's Historic East Village. Display and exhibits are rotated frequently. Gift shop. Open Friday - Monday.

Camp Roberts Historical Museum

Address: 1 Camp Roberts, Bldg. 114 San Miguel, CA 93451
Phone: 805.238.8288

The largest military museum in the western United States, housed in two huge exhibit buildings, with many military vehicles on display. Open Thursday and Saturday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Children's Museum at the Paso Robles Volunteer Firehouse

Address: 623 13th Street Downtown Paso Robles, CA 93446
Phone: 805.238.7432
Fax: 805.226.5658

The Children's Museum at the Paso Robles Volunteer Firehouse is an interactive educational facility for children, families and educators in our community showcasing the heritage of the Paso Robles Volunteer Firehouse.

Conservation Ambassadors, Inc. Zoo To You

Address: 2445 Adobe Road Paso Robles, CA 93446
Phone: 408.833.9121

ZooToYou is a non-profit wildlife education/exotic rescue facility in the heart of Paso Robles wine country. Tours available.

El Paso de Robles Area Historical Society

Address: City Park Paso Robles, CA 93446
Phone: 805.238.4996

The El Paso de Robles area Historical Society is committed to the development of historic archives and as a repository of records and materials documenting the history of north San Luis Obispo County.

Estrella Warbirds Museum

Address: 4251 Dry Creek Road Paso Robles, CA 93446
Phone: 805.238.9317 / 805.227.04

Estrella Warbirds Museum is one of the fastest growing 501(c)3 organizations on the Central Coast. With over 20,000 square feet of enclosed artifact display area, you will find more than 30 vintage military planes and a unique automobile display.

Hearst Castle

Address: 750 Hearst Castle Road San Simeon, CA 93452
Phone: 800.444.4445

Visit one of the world's greatest historic house museums, located on California's scenic coastal Highway 1. Daily tours offered beginning at 9 a.m., advanced reservations recommended.

Old Mission San Miguel

Address: 775 Mission Street San Miguel, CA 93451
Phone: 805.467.3256
Fax: 805.467.2141

Old Mission San Miguel is one of the original California missions, founded in 1797. It stands today as an inspirational remembrance of times past and a vibrant center of spirituality and peace today. All are welcome!

Paso Robles Pioneer Museum

Address: 2010 Riverside Avenue Paso Robles, CA 93446
Phone: 805.239.4556

The Museum displays items from pioneer homes and businesses, a Paderewski exhibit, a barbed-wire collection, antique vehicles and farm equipment, one-room schoolhouse and more.

Rios-Caledonia Adobe

Address: 700 South Mission Street San Miguel, CA 93451
Phone: 805.467.3357

Rios-Caledonia Adobe, constructed in 1835 on San Miguel Mission lands. Restored by friends of the Adobe, Inc., State Historical Landmark #936.

Santa Margarita Historical Society

Address: I and Murphy Streets Santa Margarita, CA 93453
Phone: 805.227.4931

The Santa Margarita Historical Society promotes the appreciation of our area's historical and cultural heritage. The town's original constables office and jail serves as a static museum.

Studios on the Park

Address: 1130 Pine Street Historic Downtown Paso Robles, CA 93446
Phone: 805.238.9800

Unique on the West Coast, Studios on the Park is a nonprofit open studios art center dedicated to sharing the creative process. Meet talented resident artists, take part in classes & demonstrations, view exhibitions, and find unique, handmade treasures in the gift shops. Don't miss Art After Dark Paso every first Saturday!

Templeton Historical Museum Society

Address: 309 South Main Street Templeton , CA 93465
Phone: 805.434.0807

The Museum displays local memorabilia in a typical 1920s house, and Templeton's original railroad depot and warehouse building features a Model T Ford, an antique carriage and more.