This collection of links contains useful information about museums available in the County of Marin.
Angel Island Immigrant Station Foundation
The Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation hopes to educate the public about the complex story and rich cultural heritage of Pacific Coast immigrants and their descendants.
A museum dedicated to promoting the arts and history of coastal Marin.
Jack Mason Museum of West Marin History
Dedicated to collecting and making historical information available about the people and places of West Marin including Point Reyes Station, Inverness, Marshall, Tomales Bay and Olema Valley through exhibits, publications, events, and research services.
Marin Museum of Bicycling
Showcasing the birth and evolution of the mountain bike and home to the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, we feature many more bicycles: road, track, racing, touring and everyday transportation.
Monthly exhibitions of both local and national artwork.
Museum of International Propaganda
Showcasing the enormous impact that propaganda had on history, culture, and politics as it projects itself powerfully into our lives today.
Nike Missile Site
The only fully restored Nike missile site in the country, this museum is an enduring reminder of the Cold War and allows visitors to reflect upon the realities of the Cold War and their influence on today's society.
Spaulding Marine Center
Located in Sausalito is a living museum where one can go back in time to experience the days when craftsmen and sailors used traditional skills to build, sail or row classic wooden boats on San Francisco Bay.
The Space Station Museum
The Space Station Museum houses one of the largest private collections of U.S., Russian and Soviet space exploration artifacts.
Tiburon Railroad & Ferry Depot Museum
The mission of the Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society is to acquire, preserve and maintain artifacts, landmarks, and open space of local historic significance and make them available to the public.
Tomales Regional History Center
The mission of the Tomales Regional History Center is to preserve and inspire interest in the region’s history through collection, exhibition, and interpretation, and to develop an awareness of the role we all play on the greater continuum of that history.