The Tri-Valley region of California is a treasure trove of history and culture, with art galleries, museums, theaters, public art exhibitions, and historic sites for visitors and locals alike to explore. One of the most popular destinations is San Ramón, home to the San Ramón Valley Museum and the Village Theater. Both of these sites are recognized as historic landmarks by the Heritage Resources Commission. The San Ramón Valley Museum is located in downtown Danville and celebrates the area's rich heritage and history.
It covers topics such as geology, pre-colonial inhabitants, railroad developments, the gold rush, and the first settlers. Meanwhile, the Village Theater is a 245-seat performing arts theater with a fine art gallery in the lobby area. The City of San Ramón also hosts special events and festivals throughout the year. These events are a great way to experience the city's history and culture while enjoying some of life's simple pleasures.
The city follows all state and county policies in effect at the time of each festival.