The California Statewide Museum Collection Center is located at McClellan Park in Sacramento, California

The California Statewide Museum Collections Center (SMCC)  is the Department of Parks and Recreation's new storage building, that will serve as the repository of over 1 million historic objects and artifacts.The facility provides over 160,000 square feet of storage with cooling and humidification controls to assure long term preservation of the historic collections. The enhanced climate and humidity control, assures greater preservation capacity for the many artifacts recovered from archaeological excavations in the State Parks System. The Collections Center is a state of the art LEED Silver Certified facility designed to support the implementation of a high quality environmentally responsive and sustainable preservation program. The thermal mass of concrete military warehouses provides the infrastructure for a self-regulating passive environmental system that reduces energy consumption, while extending the life of State Parks cultural collections.

Grand Opening Reception

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Event Itinerary

6:00 p.m. 
Center Open for Attendees

6:30 p.m. 
California Indian Blessing

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Major General Anthony L. Jackson USMC (Ret)
Director, California State Parks

Keynote Speakers

7:00 p.m. 
Tours Begin of Center and Exhibitions

8:00 p.m.
Reception Ends

The California Statewide Museum Collections Center is located at
4940 Lang Avenue   McClellan, CA 95652

For event information: 916-653-8480