Things To Do
Welcome to the "Things To Do" page. Here, you will find a few of our favorite experiences for park visitors. There are more places to go and things to do than are listed here, so please be sure to check out or Calendar page, as well as stop by the visitor center to speak with a ranger or volunteer for more information.
Visitor Education Center
Welcome to the Rosie the Riveter Visitor Education Center. We are located at 1414 Harbour Way South, Suite 3000, in Richmond, California. There are temporary exhibits, along with movies which show in our theater on a regular schedule. Entry to the visitor center and the movies are free. Please contact us with any questions. For directions, click here.
Enjoy free ranger programs at the Visitor Education Center. Our rangers provide both scheduled bus and Visitor Education Center tours, as well. If you have a large group, please call the visitor center at least a few days in advance to check for available dates. You may also tour the Visitor Education Center on your own, or enjoy our free Auto tour brochure which will guide you around the park sites. Please click the link below for pdf's of current tour schedules.
Rosie the Riveter Memorial
The Rosie the Riveter Memorial began as a public art project for the City of Richmond in the 1990's. During the creation of the memorial, the National Park Service was invited to participate, and this partnership led to the founding of the National Park in Richmond, California.
Visit the Red Oak Victory Ship
The Richmond Museum of History Association is in the process of restoring the last remaining Victory Ship that was created in the Richmond Kaiser Shipyards. You can watch the volunteers at work and explore this important part of American World War II history.