San Francisco Museum Refresh

Today, the Wells Fargo History Museum in San Francisco reopens after months of hard work. The space has been refreshed with new treatments: floors, walls…Even a new reception station. But there’s more that’s new: Exhibits are updated, and include interactive touch screens, telegraph equipment and a set of reins. (You can learn how to drive a stagecoach!) There is an “immersive” experience inside a stagecoach body.

A new mobile activity  allows visitors to participate in Wells Fargo’s journey stories, sending items by Express, and sending coded messages in conjunction with the telegraph. The “Travelogue” you create can be shared on your favorite social media site.

Visit us, and have a whole new Wells Fargo History Museum experience!

The "new look" San Francisco Museum

The “new look” San Francisco Museum

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