Located at the entry way to the charming coastal village of Trinidad is the newly rehabilitated circa 1899-1900 Victorian Italianate bungalow, which is now the Trinidad Museum.
The museum has five exhibit rooms, which emphasize the original Tsurai Village, Yurok traditions, European contact, the Gold Rush, whaling, fishing, shipping, logging, and the Trinidad Head lighthouse. All this within a building that is an exhbit in itself.
Here you will also see historic photographs from the Katie Boyle and Gwyneth Susan collections and a Heritage Room recreating an early twentieth century kitchen.
While you are here, stroll the native plant garden, vernal pond, and pathways that surround the Trinidad Museum with natural beauty.