Paso Robles Pioneer Museum, Paso Robles

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Displays include artifacts from early Indian settlements, items from early day homes and businesses, a collection of Paderewski memorabilia, print shop equipment, a blacksmith shop, a barbed-wire collection, historical vehicles and carriages, wagons and much more.

The museum grounds also feature the Geneseo one-room schoolhouse built in 1886, a replica of Paso Robles' original jail, an 85 ton Jeansville Oil Pump and a display of antique tractors and harvesters.
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  • We went to the Pioneer Museum, which is by the Fairgrounds and Pioneer Park, in Paso Robles There is a lot of interesting exhibits both outside and in the museum.  more »
  • Excellent collection of displays representing a variety of aspects of the county's history, with emphasis on lives of early settler and their progeny. Many period photos, displays of early farm...  more »
  • Fun, educational, free admission. A very fine presentation of the history of Paso Robles. Did you know that Paso Robles was at one time The Almond Capital of the World? (1920) (Disclosure currently a docent at the Museum but was a yearly visitor for over 25 years. Always something new to see!) 😀
  • We called in on a quiet Friday afternoon. Lots of interesting exhibits. Very friendly and informative staff.

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