Unity Center at the California Museum in Sacramento

visit the unity center

develop an appreciation and understanding of california’s RICH DIVERSITY and civil rights history.

Gain tools for taking an active stance against hate, intolerance and bullying.

Understand and appreciate the rich history and diversity of Californians through the power of storytelling.
Explore themes of identity and unity through engaging, interactive experiences.
Connect to the experience of recently immigrated Californians through the exhibit, “We Are All Californians: Stories of Modern Immigration”

Unity Center Field Trips

The Unity Center currently offers two field trip tours.

Each tour begins with a 30-minute interactive presentation on civics, democracy and activism, followed by a self-guided tour of the all new Unity Center and current exhibits.

The field trip tours are aligned with History-Social Science standards, K-12 Common Core English Language Arts, Civics, and Social-Emotional outcomes.

The Unity Center offerS field trip scholarships for eligible classes.

Unity center scholarships include free admission for up to 85 visitors and a free one-year California Teacher membership for participating teachers.

Further information

For more information about the background, importance, and exhibits of the Unity Center, or to learn about the standards and outcomes of Unity Center's exhibits and programs, download PDFs using links below.

Contact or visit the Unity center:

1020 O St, Sacramento, CA

(916) 653-7524


Created By
Kelly Matteri ELA Teacher on Loan, Sonoma County Office of Education


text adapted from www.californiamuseum.org/unity-center

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