Micke Grove Regional Park 11793 N. Micke Grove Road, Lodi, CA 95240.
Winter Hours: Wednesday - Sunday
11:00am - 4:00pm
Summer Hours: Wednesday - Sunday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Closed: Mon & Tue
and Major Holidays
Adults (18-64): $5.00
Seniors (65+): $4.00
Teens (13-17): $4.00
Children (6-12): $2.00
SJC Historical Society members: Free
Per vehicle parking fee due upon entering Park. Waived for SJC Historical Society members.
Additional fees may be required for special events or exhibitions
The San Joaquin County Historical Museum reveals the fascinating history of the region, from the Yokuts and Miwok through Captain Charles Weber (founder of Stockton and first farmer in the area) and the development of modern agriculture. The Museum has eight exhibition buildings, four historic buildings — including the Charles Weber cottage (1847) and Calaveras School (1866) — and features room dioramas of Weber family furnishings, a children’s gallery, and large displays of hand tools and agricultural equipment.Special Exhibitions
California Primiere of the Smithsonian Exhibition,
The Museum is proud to launch the California tour of the Smithsonian exhibition "The Way We Worked." It will be at the Museum from Sunday Oct. 6 through Sunday, Nov. 17. “The Way We Worked” is adapted from an original exhibition developed by the National Archives and Records Administration. It explores how work has become a central element in American culture, impacting our individual lives and the historical and cultural fabric of our communities. It traces changes that have affected the workforce and work environments over the past 150 years, including the growth of manufacturing and the increasing use of technology. The exhibition draws from the Archives’ rich collections, including historical photographs, archival accounts of workers, film, and audio. The Smithsonian's Museum on Main Street project is a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will tour six communities in California through July 2014, managed by the nonprofit Exhibit Envoy.