The museum is once again OPEN to the general public! Please come for a visit. Admission is free to everyone! The Camp Roberts Historical Museum is the largest Army museum in California, and is located on Camp Roberts, California, just halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles on US Hwy. 101 (12 miles north of Paso Robles) at exit 244. The Museum is the repository for the entire history of one of America’s largest and most historic Army installations. It is open to the general public on Thursdays and Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (excluding some National Holidays).
History of the base
The 42,768 acres that comprise Camp Roberts today have long held encampments of soldiers…
Admission is always FREE to all!
The Museum is always eager to accommodate group tours. Our volunteers are very conscientious and eager to host larger groups that cannot make it on our normal Thursday or Saturday.
If your tour group, veterans group or civic club would like a special tour of the Museum, please contact the Chairman/Curator, Gary McMaster, at (805) 286-6431, to make arrangements.
Please carefully read the page on Access to Camp Roberts to make sure you arrive with all the required ID to enter the base.