African American Cultural and Historical Museum
The history, art and culture of African-Americans in the greater Central Valley are featured.
Rotating and permanent displays concerning African American history and culture and well as interpretive
displays describing the lives and times of San Joaquin Valley African American leaders. The Museum hosts
local and national touring exhibits as well as a variety of educational and cultural events throughout
the year. 1857 Fulton St., Fresno, (559) 268-7102.
American Historical Society of Germans from Russia
This Museum traces the history of Fresno’s Russian immigrants of German decent. Antique furniture,
tools, clothing and baskets from Russia as well as and early Fresno artifacts are displayed. Genealogical
information is also available. 3233 N. West Ave., Fresno, (559) 229-8287.
Arte Americas is a celebration of arts in Mexico, Latin America, the Southwest and California. When a
guest steps into nuestra casa de la cultura, the center shares knowledge of different art forms and
culture, as well as being a home where Latino arts can be exhibited, performed, danced, recited,
taught and preserved for the future. 1630 Van Ness, Fresno, (559) 266-2623.
Mennonite Quilting Center
Experience quilting and handmade rug making in action, purchase home made items and gifts, and view
unique quilts and other items that are auctioned to raise funds for charities around the world. A
one-of-a-kind experience. 1012 G Street, Reedley, (559) 638-3560.
R.C. Baker Memorial Museum (History Museums)
Sanger Depot Museum (History Museums)
About Town Taste: Walking Tours of Fresno
These unique walking tours incorporate art, architecture, history and food, connecting the visitor to the area in a meaningful way. Experience historic buildings from inside and try different locally owned restaurants. Tours offered include: Downtown Art and Architecture, Mural Arts District, Old Town Clovis Antiques, and Tower Taste.