The Golden Gate NRA holds one of the largest collections in the National Park Service with a total of nearly 6.2 million items in four disciplines: Archives, Archaeology, History, and Natural History. Materials document the San Francisco Bay Area's extensive history on both sides of the Golden Gate Strait from the early prehistory of native tribes, through the military presence of three different nations, to the events and decisions that shaped the culture of San Francisco and its surrounding areas.
Although the Golden Gate NRA does not have a formal museum to visit, some of the park's locations have historical items on display. Site-specific exhibits can be found at the Marin Headlands Visitor Center, Alcatraz Island, the SF-88 Nike Missile Site at Fort Barry, Fort Point National Historic Site, and the Lands End Visitor Center.
Amanda Williford, Curator & Reference Archivist
|Access Date||Quiz Result||Score||Actions|
Purchase #AAMvirtual Recordings
#AAMvirtual registrants have instant access to all recordings as part of their registration. Simply login to view session recordings.
If you did not register for #AAMVirtual, the session recordings are now available for purchase (one package of all recordings). Simply click on the link below, click “register,” add the conference recordings to your cart, and create an account to complete payment. After payment, you will immediately have access to view the sessions at your convenience through the end of 2020.
Need Technical Support?
This site has been optimized for Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari. If you usually use Internet Explorer, please switch to another browser.
Need further support, please visit our FAQ page.