Historic sites

#27 The Last Yahi

In 1911, an Indian about 50 years of age wandered into the outskirts of Oroville.

#24 Admire the Murals

Oroville’s downtown has turned into a mural mecca with over 15 murals, and you can also find one at the

#17 Gifted With Gardens

Chinese Temple GardenLott Garden in Sank Park Minasian Azalea Gardens Western Pacific’s Calif. Display Garden Three of Oroville’s gardens are

#9 Songs Dances & More

Historic State Theatre of Oroville Dedicated in 1928, this theater has featured great vaudeville acts, fine films, and multiple live

#8 Know Another Culture

Oroville Chinese Temple & Garden Built in 1863 to serve a community of 10,000 Chinese, this temple of treasures is

#7 Relive a Love Story

C.F. Lott Home in Sank Park   A Victorian revival style structure, the C.F. Lott Home built in 1856 serves

#6 Catch the 49er Spirit

Butte County Pioneer Memorial Museum Built by the Native Sons & Daughters of the Golden West and operated by the