Locomotive buffs will enjoy these two old steam engines.
In 1911, an Indian about 50 years of age wandered into the outskirts of Oroville.
Where better to watch the trains go by than in Oroville’s original Western Pacific Railway Station?
Oroville’s downtown has turned into a mural mecca with over 15 murals, and you can also find one at the
Chinese Temple GardenLott Garden in Sank Park Minasian Azalea Gardens Western Pacific’s Calif. Display Garden Three of Oroville’s gardens are
Ehmann Home Butte County Historical Society Museum Butte County Historical Society Archives Freda Ehmann, “Mother of the Ripe Olive
Historic State Theatre of Oroville Dedicated in 1928, this theater has featured great vaudeville acts, fine films, and multiple live
Oroville Chinese Temple & Garden Built in 1863 to serve a community of 10,000 Chinese, this temple of treasures is
C.F. Lott Home in Sank Park A Victorian revival style structure, the C.F. Lott Home built in 1856 serves
Butte County Pioneer Memorial Museum Built by the Native Sons & Daughters of the Golden West and operated by the