Built in 1911 as Williams High School, the school was
open to graduating classes from 1912 to 1956. Some
alumni include jazz musician Turk Murphy, of San
Francisco’s Earthquake McGoon’s fame, Kenneth Zumwalt,
Editor of Stars and Stripes military publication during
WWII and the Fouch Family of pharmacists, who served the
Williams community for over a century. In 1963 the
building transitioned into an impressive regional museum
full of special exhibits in a most unique setting, a
true step back into time, featuring late 19th and early
20th century local memorabilia.
The Museum is open from Mid- March through the end of October,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
or by appointment. The Museum is closed during the winter. In
addition to normal operation hours, the museum is
available for rent. Host your meetings, Plays, Parties
and more for $350 for Non Members and $250 for Members.
Please call for details.
Sacramento Valley Museum
1491 E Street
Williams, CA 95987
Open Mid- March through the end of October
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
10 AM - 4 PM or by appointment