This weekend, Feb. 24-25, the museum will be open from 11 am to 3 pm.
If you can't visit during our normal weekday hours, this is a chance to see our exhibit on Treasure Island's history in the beautiful lobby of Building One, and our temporary exhibit on the Navy and other sea services in the Bay Area.
Come for the lecture Saturday at 10:30 am and find out how Walt Disney’s visit to the Treasure Island world’s fair inspired and influenced the development of Disneyland. And visit TreasureFest (formerly Treasure Island Flea), open both day...
The City of San Francisco's Treasure Island Development Authority (TIDA) has allocated space for our museum on the ground floor of historic Building One.
On February 14, the TIDA Board endorsed terms for a future lease of at least 3,500 square feet of exhibit space, plus back of house space in the basement for offices, storage and exhibition preparation.
The museum occupied the lobby floor from its founding in 1975 to the 1997 closure of Naval Station Treasure Island. We returned with interim exhibits beginning in 2008. This milestone is another...
Lecture: Building One, Treasure Island – 10:30 a.m.
Nimitz House Tours: 12:30 to 3 pm
In six dramatic minutes in June 1942, Admiral Chester Nimitz and the U.S. Navy reversed the course of World War II in the Pacific.
On Saturday morning of Fleet Week at former Naval Station Treasure Island, Professor of History Emeritus Michael Svanevik will speak on Admiral Nimitz and the Battle of Midway, regarded by historians as the turning point in the Paci...
Now that you can walk or bike from Oakland to Yerba Buena Island, explore it and check out the new wayside exhibits. Learn more about Admiral Nimitz, the history of the Bay Bridge, and the sea services on the islands.
A very happy 102nd birthday to Zoe Dell Lantis Nutter, “theme girl” of the Golden Gate International Exposition! Promoting the GGIE transformed Zoe Dell from ballet student to “the most photographed woman in the world” (Life Magazine, 1938).
Since then she has been a pioneer in women’s commercial aviation, and her many awards include the “Living Legends of Flight” in 2008.
We are grateful for her long time and continuing support of the Treasure Island Museum, and so pleased that redevelopment plans include naming a street for her!