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Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center

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Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center

COVID-19 Modifications: check the conditions webpage for possible modifications including limited access to exhibits and the auditorium.

Open year-round, the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center is an ideal location to plan your visit to Lassen Volcanic. Delve into Lassen's natural wonders by taking a stroll through the exhibit hall and learn more about park geology. Watch the 20-minute park film for an overview of the history and geology of the park (temporarily available online), chat with a ranger, or attend a ranger- led program. Free Wi-Fi is available at the visitor center. View visitor center operating hours.

Lassen Cafe & Gift

Nestled adjacent to the stone fireplace in the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center, Lassen Cafe offers a variety of delicious and healthy items as well as a variety of beverages including espresso drinks. Shop for gifts and souvenirs at Lassen Gift including art and crafts from local artists. Open from 9-5 daily, May through October. Winter hours vary, view operating hours.

Lassen Association Store

Browse books, maps, trail guides and videos about the park's natural and cultural history at the Lassen Association store. The Store offers a large selection of educational gift merchandise to enhance your park experience and take home as memories. All profits benefit the park. The store is open during visitor center hours.

 
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Loomis Museum during Dark Sky Festival

Loomis Museum

COVID-19 Modifications: check the conditions webpage for possible modifications including limited access to exhibits and the auditorium.

Located next to picturesque Manzanita Lake, the historic Loomis Museum is open during summer only. This accessible facility offers exhibits and an auditorium, where the park film is screened (temporarily available online). A Lassen Association store is also located inside; all profits benefit the park. Ranger-led programs are offered primarily outside in the Loomis Plaza. Indoor exhibits include photos from Benjamin Franklin Loomis, who documented Lassen Peak's most recent eruption cycle and promoted the park's establishment. Additional exhibits include the original equipment Loomis used to document the eruptions and traditional Atsugewi basketry. From the museum you can pick up the trail around Manzanita Lake for amazing views of Lassen Peak or cross the road to take a self-guided, interpretive walk along the Lily Pond Nature Trail. View museum operating hours.

Last updated: June 29, 2020

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PO Box 100
Mineral, CA 96063

Phone:

(530) 595-4480

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