The 1856 Murray Schoolhouse is a museum of local history. It traces the journey of Dublin's founders from Ireland to America in 1834, across the plains in a wagon train, and arriving to Mexican California in 1846. Soon after California became a state in 1850, Dublin was a small farming town. The museum features interactive exhibits including a playhouse for preschool age visitors.
The Little Classroom Gallery features changing exhibits on local history. Check "Special Exhibits" for schedule.
The Museum is open Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Admission is free. Guided tours for groups may also be arranged by calling 925-452-2100.