Display Rooms


Fire House

Fire House

In dedication to the Antioch fire department and the heritage of all those who serviced the Antioch Fire Department.


Main Entrance/Delta King

Main Entrance/Delta King

Delta King Steamboat Wheel in the main entrance


Delta Room

Delta Room

The history through the years of the Delta and Antioch preserved in one room. 


Lower Level Theatre

Lower Level Theatre

Movie Poster inspired artwork in the Lower Level Theater


Schools Room

Schools Room

Has history and photos from Antioch's first elementary school from 1870. Many large & framed graduation photos from the 1920's and 1930's forward. Antioch High, Deer Valley High High School Yearbooks from 1956 to the present. A nice variety of school programs, band uniforms, and instruments.


Military Room

Military Room

Is a room inside the School Room, artifacts of Antioch's rich military history are on display including postcards, banners, and WW11 uniforms.


Sports Legends

Sports Legends

Sports Legends


Library Room

Library Room

One of our most popular rooms. Contains Antioch Daily Ledger newspaper bound archives from 1932-1988. Many notebook/binders from various community groups and organizations including Chichiboo Park, Antioch Women's Club and original Antioch City Tax, Parcel, city meeting logs.



Ladies Lounge

Ladies Lounge

Hats, jewelry, dresses from Antioch's earliest pioneers fill this westside room.


Children's Room

Children's Room

The Children’s Room, on the east end of the hall, contains furniture, clothes, toys and dolls of years gone by. Many people reminisce as they recall beloved toys housed in the displays.


Brides Room

Brides Room

What Antioch earliest brides, looked like. Dresses, accessories and historic marriage licenses.


Saloon Room

Saloon Room

Features an old hand-carved wooden bar from one of Antioch's oldest saloons, a nice variety of old soda and liquor bottles as well as accessories items from the period.


Family Room

Family Room

This is the room that focuses on what Antioch Family life was like when the cities population was just 5,000 and located almost entirely north of 10th St.