Places and Attractions
401 Pollasky Avenue Clovis, CA 93612-1141
About Clovis Museum
Make your first stop in Old Town Clovis at the Clovis Museum located in the historical 1912 First State Bank Building, in the heart of Old Town Clovis on Pollasky Avenue where rich history and artifacts are on display about historic Clovis. The museum is open year round and in the evening (Spring-Fall) during the lively and festive Clovis Farmers Market! Admission is free and Annual Memberships to the Historical Society are available. This fair city was named for the Wheat King Clovis M. Cole who sold one square mile to Marcus Pollasky to establish the township of Clovis. Don’t miss the annual re-creation of the infamous 1924 bank robbery by “The Lone Wolf” and “The Owl” held at the Clovis Museum on the last Saturday of February each year. Docents provide educational lectures to schools, service organizations, or other groups, on request. In addition, the ‘Let’s Talk Clovis’ and ‘Clovis Living Legend’ programs are held on the second Tuesday of each month at the Clovis District Memorial Building located at 453 Veterans Parkway, Clovis.
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