Del Norte County Historical Society
The Del Norte County Historical Society welcomes you to Del Norte County’s history. The Society manages both a museum, located in the former County Hall of Records on the corner of 6th & ‘H’ Streets in Crescent City, California; and Battery Point Lighthouse, located at the foot of ‘A’ Street.
You are encouraged to visit both locations when they are open to the public between the months of May through September, and on special occasions or with special arrangements. Research in the archives at the museum during designated days and hours in the off season are set by the Board of Directors each year.
For more information about The Del Norte County Historical Society, call (707) 464-3922, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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