Folsom Pioneer Village

Historic Folsom Pioneer Village and historic railroad turntable and caboose
Taste the life of the pioneers! Costumed docents lead students through these outdoor living-history sites that offer opportunities to feel what the life of the pioneers was really like. Students can climb aboard a caboose, pan for gold, watch a blacksmith, tour a settler’s cabin and much more.

Add the Historic Folsom Powerhouse to your tour. Just ask and we'll help make the arrangements.

Cost and Scheduling
Each tour costs $6.00.

Call today to arrange for a docent-lead tour.  Schedule a one to three hour program tailored to meet your needs.  We are able to accommodate up to 45 people (adults and students) for each session.

Contact Melissa Pedroza, Education Coordinator, 916 985-2707 or education@FolsomHistoryMuseum.org

 

 

This Folsom jewel is located next to the Folsom Chamber of Commerce Visitor's Center, across the street from the Museum. Visitors enjoy a historical look at Folsom's past through vehicles, machines, equipment and replicas of a miner's shack, blacksmith shop, carriage shed, and more. There are also free activities like gold panning!
pioneer village group shot

 

Hours are Tuesday - Sunday 11- 4 WEATHER AND VOLUNTEER PERMITTING.

 If you are interested in booking a tour or to volunteer at the Folsom Pioneer Village, please call the Museum at 916-985-2707 or email us

 

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Hours: Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission: $4 for adults. $2 for youth. Children under 12 are FREE.
Parking: parking available in front and across the street from the Museum
Address:  823 Sutter St., Folsom, CA, 95630-2440 Get directions from MapQuest. 916.985-2707
Easy access from Light Rail and Bike Trail

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