Programs & Events

April 19, 2015 at 2PM
Annual Meeting - Trinidad Museum Society's Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday, April 19th at the Trinidad Museum.

Trinidad Museum Mission

"Enhancing appreciation of our Trinidad Area's rich past" is the Trinidad Museum Society's Trinidad Museum Mission. The Trinidad Museum carries out its mission by collecting, preserving, and interpreting material and information illustrative of the human and natural heritage of California's north coast and by increasing public awareness, appreciation and understanding of the diverse cultural and natural history of the Trinidad region through collections, exhibits, events and educational activities.

Current Exhibits

Bruff Self Portrait
J. Goldsborough Bruff Sketches
A collection of J. Goldsborough Bruff's sketches of Humboldt County created in 1851 during the Gold Rush. Displayed are a selection of coast line images, the Tsurai village, and a self-portrait.
On Display Until Spring 2015

Live Crab Box
Unsheltered: Commercial Fishing out of Trinidad
The history of commercial fishing in Trinidad, California is a rich one. It is a tale full of storms, danger, hardship, success, community, competition, skill, and luck. The story is enriched by a cast of characters one could not make up, even with the wildest of imaginations.
On Display Until December 2015

Spanish ships in Trinidad Bay
Caleb Whitbeck painting of Trinidad Bay
Caleb Whitbeck's 24" x 36" enhanced giclee print, “Spanish Discovery of Trindad Bay, California 1775” is on permanent loan to Trinidad Museum. It is currently on view in the museum's front entry room.
On Display Until Winter 2015

View Trinidad Museum's Past Exhibits

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Trinidad Whale Sculpture Artist Connie Butler

Thank you for visiting and supporting the Trinidad Museum Society here in scenic Trinidad, on the Redwood Coast of Northern California.