Etna - Etna Museum

520 Main Street
Etna, California 96027
Siskiyou County
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Organized and maintained by the Eschscholtzia Parlor No. 112 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, the Etna Museum showcases the history of the Etna area through displays, photographs, vintage clothing, literature, special events and more. 
Having once been the town's jail, library and fire department; it's now open to the public to share in the pretty incredible history of the area. 

How to get there:
You'll find the museum on Main Street, Etna.  You can't miss it.  Take a look at the map for more specific directions.  
More info:
The Etna Museum is open June-August so plan accordingly if you're going to visit. 
Other things to do in the area: 
The Etna Brewing Company is near the museum and just north in Fort Jones, visit the Fort Jones Museum and the Marble Rim Gallery.  In nearby Yreka, the Siskiyou County Museum is another fantastic museum to visit.  Greenhorn Park in Yreka is a great place to have some fun in the sun while enjoying wonderful views. 

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