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Passport Program

The Museum’s Passport Program offers a unique opportunity for students and their parents to embark on a journey of local history exploration at various passport stops in the San Ramon Valley. At the Museum, one of the eleven passport stops, the children will view a mastodon jaw and sketch prehistoric animals. They’ll visit historic plaques in downtown Danville and Alamo, and learn about Spanish explorers, the Miwok Indians, their influences and where they lived. Children will find some familiar names in the Alamo Cemetery, such as Baldwin and Charlotte Wood, and get a glimpse into the lives of those who shaped the community. Fun activities will include designing their own cattle brand, taking photos of themselves next to historical homes and farms while also exploring local parks, expressing their own ideas for improvements, and delving into local animals and plants in the Las Trampas Regional Wilderness.
Passport to the San Ramon Valley