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Local History Museum and Visitors Center

Local History Museum

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The Tulelake Butte Valley Fair Friends have worked very hard to put together some very detailed exhibits of our local communities. There are sections in the museum that cover the history of each of our small towns in the area as well as history of the Modoc War, Japanese Internment Camp, World Wars I and II along with our memorial Veteran Wall. There is also information about homesteaders that settled in the area and how the Lava Beds came to be the monument that it is today. There is too much information and history in the museum to list, please come visit!
Museum Admission: Adults: $5; Seniors (55 & up): $3; Children (5-12) $2; Children 5 & under are free; Veterans are free
Museum is generally open Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm; If you would like to confirm that we are open please call the fair office at (530) 667-5312.

National Parks Service Visitor Center

Tule Lake Segregation Center and Camp Tulelake

The National Parks Visitor Center for the Tule Lake National Monument has moved to their permanent location! The visitor center is located 8 miles south of Tulelake CA along Hwy 139 at 44340 Hwy 139. Tulelake, CA 96134. We are the only driveway off the hwy between County Rd 113 & 176. We are currently working on getting our address updated on Google, but as of now Google will put you about and 1/8 mile north of our location.

Tule Lake National Monument Visitor Center will be open Thursday September 22, 2022 through Sunday September 25, 2022 and Thursday, September 29, 2022 through Sunday October 2, 2022 with regular hours.
After these dates, tours will only be available via requests by calling (530) 667 8113.
Please visit our website at nps.gov/tule or the NPS app for more information on Tule Lake National Monument
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