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This is a small but informative musuem on the history of the area and definitely worth stopping in for a look.
The main part of the stop for me was seeing the internment camp items and set up and this was very interesting but unfortunately...More
I visited the Tulelake Segregation Center while on my way to Lava Beds NM. The ranger on duty was very knowledgeable and dedicated to providing a history of the internment camp. I learnt a lot more about a part of history I previously knew very...More
Always wanted to see the internment camp area and this place is full of local history plus the WWII internment camp history. Full of local history and peoples history of settlement. Alot to see in this small place.
This small museum captures a broad swath of history. It starts with Native petroglyphs; moves to the Modoc War; highlights land reclamation 100 years ago; discussed the largest Japanese intern camp; and recognizes many generations of Veterans.
This is a must see. You will find...More
We were looking for information on CCC history in the area. This little gem was open very early when we stumbled upon it. The ranger was brilliant, and could probably be successful as a university professor. If you know about VTS, he uses it with...More
This little museum was a welcomed surprise. The national park ranger at the desk was very knowledgable and actually challenged our thinking, in a good way. The museum is full of Native artifacts, military from the area, petrogylphs, the wildlife preserve, the Modac war and...More
The museum exhibits about the local history on the Klamath Basin, including the development of local communities, the Tule Lake Segregation Center and Camp Tulelake. and the Modoc War.
The Museum also has a station for a National Park service member who is there at...More