Museum of the Forgotten Warriors
A privately owned and operated military museum, 5865 A Road, Marysville, California.
The museum is open every Saturday
from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m..
The museum is open an extra hour on
Veterans Day and Memorial Day,
from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
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From the north, travel south through Marysville over the Yuba River, immediately exit #20B for North Beale Road, Continue straight, following signs for Beale A.F.B. to the third traffic light, turn left (east) on North Beale Road. Travel six miles to A Road on the right. The road is opposite a small building with a red radar antenna on the roof. Continue to the end of the Road.
From the south, travel north on Hwy 99 or 65 to 70, exit right at #20A on Feather River Blvd to traffic light, right on North Beale Road to second traffic light, left (east) on North Beale Road. Travel six miles to A Road on the right. The road is opposite a small building with a red radar antenna on the roof. Continue to end of the road.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOUNG VOLUNTEERS INTERESTED IN BEING ACTIVE MEMBERS OF THE MUSEUM ORGANIZATION. CONTACT DON SCHRADER BELOW
Call to Arrange Group Visits
Don Schrader (530)682-0674
Roberta Spear (530)742-3090
To Remember, Respect, and Honor Veterans
The Northern Recon Group (NRG)
A group of military vehicle collectors and restorers
Tri Counties Blue Star Moms
A group of women whose sons and daughters are serving or have served in the Armed Forces
A few of the eighty-four floor to ceiling glass cases displaying 1,322 donated items from 996 individuals and 3,683 purchased and undocumented items. In addition, there is a rough count of 13,289, uniforms, caps, models, photographs, flags, badges, pins, and other items displayed in racks, on the walls, the ceilings, and the museum grounds.
The library in the second building that contains more than 4,200 books and binders on military history.
The display of Camp Far West, the western most military outpost near Wheatland, California, during the California Gold Rush.