Established 1985

Oakdale Museum & History Center


The Museum sustained damage to the front porch during a January storm, when the 100+ year old tree fell. We were closed while repairs were completed and the fallen tree was removed. Based on information from the arborist, we made the decision to remove the larger tree as well, to prevent future loss and liability.

Please show your support for the Oakdale Museum by attending our next BUNCO NIGHT on AUGUST 31st. More information on the NEWS page.

THANK YOU! to all those who came or donated to our recent SPEAKEASY CASINO NIGHT fund raising event. Your support is greatly appreciated and next year's event is already in the planning stages. Mark your calendars for February 3, 2018.

Oakdale Museum & History Center

212 West F St.

Oakdale, CA 95361 

Look for our NEW SIGN out on the sidewalk

Originally built in 1869, by Robert B. Sydnor, the Oakdale Museum & History Center is the oldest surviving home in Oakdale.  The museum’s collection contains numerous artifacts, memorabilia, photographs and research materials related to Oakdale’s past.

A knowledgeable volunteer staff is on hand to assist; anxious to answer questions regarding people, places, and events. Admission is free and monetary donations are appreciated.

The Museum is OPEN: Wed & Thur, 1pm to 4pm and Sat, 10am to 4pm. Private tours can be arranged for other days. Please call (209) 844-5161 to schedule your next group tour.