Beckwourth Cabin is one of the earliest buildings related to African American history in California, and also the last remaining building in this State that was built by the early mountain men.
This authentic 1850's log cabin trading post and "hotel ," is the home of the Jim Beckwourth Museum.
This is one of the most comprehensive and well-presented museums in rural California. Displays depicting home life, various professions, sports, children and the settlement of Plumas County are found in the museum. These are complemented by the Industrial History Wing, featuring agriculture, gold mining, logging and railroad history.
Western Pacific Railroad Museum -Non-profit museum - run and operated by the Feather River Rail Society.
Interpretive displays of railroading in Plumas County
This museum was started by the Feather Rail Society and has a large collection of railroad cars and a learn-to-drive a locomotive instruction. Bring the family for a ride on the museum's balloon track.
Feather River Rail Society-WP Railroad Museum Steve Habeck