The Erickson Multiuse room is a prime space for meetings, workshops, small lectures, and professional development trainings. The space includes access to WiFi, 8’ by 14’ display screen, and projector. Tables and chairs are available by request for an additional fee.
The 850 square foot space comfortably seats up to 30, and furniture can be rearranged upon request.
The Walled Garden is a secluded space perfect for your next outdoor luncheon, party, or lecture. Enclosed by oaks, redwoods, a waterfall, and a museum exhibit building, the Garden provides a comfortable and private venue for your next event.
The space comfortably seats up to 100.
The Ledbetter Family Barn provides a uniquely modern twist on the traditional barn. With insulation, windows, and skylights, the indoor space is illuminated during the day, and can be decorated with lamps or LED lights in the evening. The Barn is best suited for birthday dinners, company parties, or larger lectures.
The barn seats up to 150.
The San Joaquin Historical Museum is proud to provide outdoor environmental exhibits depicting the rich ecologies of San Joaquin County. As part of our efforts, we have restored a California Valley Oak Forest ecosystem on our grounds. Situated on the periphery of this exhibit, the Oak Forest Lawn is our large event space. With seating for up to 300, this space is perfect for a company picnic, gala dinner, or barbecue.
The Cortopassi/Avansino exhibit building houses the Museum’s renowned “Innovations in Agriculture exhibit, showcasing San Joaquin County’s history of invention in the agricultural industry. With a seating capacity of 75, this space is perfect for company parties, cocktail hours, or meet-and-greets.