Located on grounds north of the building, it is dedicated to the Antioch Fire Department and the heritage of all those who served the Antioch Fire Department.
Located on grounds at the east end of the building.
Delta King Riverboat Pilot Wheel in the main entrance
This room explores the Native People of the Delta, Industry of Antioch, and local wildlife species.
This room contains history, photos, and information about Antioch’s schools through the years.
Located inside the Schools Room, artifacts of Antioch’s rich military history are on display, including postcards, banners, and WWII uniforms.
The Library holds a wealth of information for persons wishing to research the history of Antioch and East County.
The City Hall Room contains history and artifacts of the elected officials and civil servants of the City of Antioch.
Hats, jewelry, and dresses from Antioch's earliest pioneers fill this westside 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.
This room contains wedding dresses, accessories and historic marriage licenses.
Depicts the look of a saloon from Antioch’s early days.
This room focuses on Antioch’s family life when its population was just 5,000 and located almost entirely North of 10th Street.
Located on the lower floor of the museum, the athletic achievements of more than 172 male and female Antioch persons are celebrated and displayed by the Antioch Sports Legends Hall of Fame Alumni Association.
The Beede room is a lower floor display room named after the Beede family and their longstanding Antioch lumber business.
This room captures Antioch’s movie and entertainment icons and history in a unique local theater motif.