Alameda Museum

2324 Alameda Ave.
Alameda, CA 94501- Map It
(510) 521-1233

AAA Editor Notes

Alameda Museum, 2324 Alameda Ave., displays memorabilia associated with the city. Displays include Victorian-era furnishings; American Indian artifacts; model ships and trains; toys and unusual bicycles; and exhibits about the fire department and Neptune Beach. A small exhibit is devoted to comedienne Phyllis Diller, who lived in Alameda in the mid-1950s while working at KSFO radio in San Francisco. An art gallery features changing exhibits by local groups. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.
Donations.
Hours: Wed.-Fri. and Sun. 1:30-4, Sat. 11-4, Jan.-Nov.; schedule varies rest of year. Closed major holidays.