Fresno Flats Historic Village and Park recaptures the flavor of 19th Century life in the Sierra Nevada foothills and mountains of Central California. The museum complex is built around two restored and furnished homes dating to the 1870s. They were saved from demolition, moved to Fresno Flats Historical Park and restored by the volunteers of Sierra Historic Sites Association, as were a pair of early-day one-room schools, two 19th Century jails and several other farm buildings. Fresno Flats village and grounds are open from dawn to dusk for self guided tours. The museum and guided tours of the buildings are available by appointment. Their facilities are perfect for events, including weddings, family reunions, picnics or group meetings.
The Museum is located in the historic Willow Glen area just south of Coarsegold and below the Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino on Highway 41. Our exhibits offer a look back into the past from prehistoric to historic times. The Coarsegold Historical Society was formed in 1981 as an educational non-profit organization. The specific purpose of the Society is to collect, preserve, classify, and use in the public interest historical items relating to the area of Eastern Madera County. We have organized and operated exclusively for educational and historical preservation. The Museum is open to the public from April through October and during the winter months by appointment. Our volunteer docents maintain the buildings and grounds and welcome visitors from all over the world.
Sierra Mono Museum focuses on sharing Western Mono history, cultural traditions and language through interpretive exhibits, tours and so much more!
Come visit us at 33103 Road 228 North Fork, CA 93643