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Petaluma Historical Museum
20 4th St, Petaluma, CA 94952

This former library now housing The Petaluma Historical Museum was designed by local architect Brainerd Jones andMore built from locally quarried stone. It features the largest free-standing leaded glass dome in Northern California. The cornerstone was set in 1904. 

It houses a research library, poultry, dairy and Miwok Indian history exhibits from the 1850s and offers weekend tours of historic Petaluma led by costumed docents. Throughout the year, the museum features a public lecture series, guided museum tours, an outreach program for schools, an annual Victorian tea, assisted research, internships and special exhibits like the recent Vietnam Experience.