Bolt's Antique Tool Museum
1650 Broderick Street
Daily 11:45 - 3:45
Come explore a unique collection of over 12,000 tools dating back to the 1820s. As you wander through the museum, you will not only view tools, but enjoy pictures of earlier times and see the tools "in action."
C. F. Lott Home In Sank Park
1067 Montgomery Street
Fri-Sun-Mon 11:30 - 4:00
Visit a charming Victorian home, circa 1856 with a captivating history. The home and gardens encompass one square block. Costumed Docents provide a glimpse into a less complicated lifestyle.
Chinese Temple & Museum Complex
1500 Broderick Street
Daily 12:00 - 4:00
This enchanting museum includes three active chapels representing the major ways of life in China. The complex includes five separate buildings displaying priceless artifacts.
Feather River Nature Center & Native Plant Park
Through the Montgomery Street Roundabout on Old Ferry Road
Sat-Sunday 12:00 - 4:00 & by appointment
Historic WPA Bath0house, rescued and restored with nature displays, artifacts, minerals, and native plants. Incredible views of the Diversion Dam, Fish Barrier Dam & the Feather River. A hiking trail and gazebos follow the river.
Pioneer History Museum
2332 Montgomery Street
Fri-Sat-Sun Noon - 4:00
Enjoy a step back in time and explore over 6000 square feet of displays containing artifacts from the early pioneers who settled in Oroville and Butte County.
Historic State Theater
1489 Myers Street
Call the Box Office
(530) 538-2470 for event schedules
Peek into a charming theater that was built in 1928 and is an on-going City restoration project. Experience musical programs, silent movies and much more.
The Ehmann Home
1480 Lincoln Street
Saturdays 11:00 - 3:00 & by appointment
Visit "the house that olives built" which begins with the story of Freda Ehmann, considered to be the mother of the olive industry. The 1911 Craftsman Bungalow style house has two floors of old-style architecture, furniture, and memorabilia.
Butte County Historical Society Museum
2335 Baldwin Avenue
Thursday & Friday 9:00 - Noon
A great place to discover information about the areas' earliest settlers. A research archive is also available.