Dublin Heritage Park & Museums

As of October 12th, and per the most recent Alameda County Health Order, indoor museums may re-open. Capacity is currently limited to 25% and will be strictly enforced.   

While visits to Heritage Park are encouraged, visitors must wear face coverings and practice social distancing rules. The picnic areas remain closed.

Visit the Dublin Heritage Park and Museums, a 10-acre park with historic buildings, lawns, a historic cemetery, and picnic areas. The park is open to the public during daylight hours. There are two museums on site: the 1856 Murray Schoolhouse, which houses a permanent exhibit on Dublin's history; and the Kolb House, a historic house-museum. Other properties on the site include the 1859 St. Raymond Church, the Kolb Sunday School Barn, and the Dublin Pioneer Cemetery.