Palo Alto's impact is historic and global.
We're building a museum to share it with the world.
Community Leaders as Honorary Chairs:
Clayborne Carson, PhD
Dean Clark, MD
Gloria Hom, EdD
David M Kennedy, PhD
Susan Packard Orr, MBA
Together, we are committed to bringing the inspirational history of the Palo Alto-Stanford community to life in the new Palo Alto Museum. Learn more here.
The shovel-ready solution to save the Roth and share our history.
The historic Roth Building is the ideal location to build this community’s Museum, and we continue to work in partnership with the City to advance its rehabilitation. In the new year, we will go before a new City Council, with members who clearly want to help. With approved plans and an active building permit in place, ours is the fastest and most cost-effective way to bring a history museum to our community. Learn more.
Your voice is being heard! Thank you!
Thank you to the hundreds and hundreds of friends and neighbors who signed the petition, spoke or sent a letter to persuade the City to keep the Museum in the Roth Building.
Haven’t signed the petition yet? It’s not too late!
“Palo Alto is the ‘stem cell’ of Silicon Valley, which has been home base for the most important evolution in the history of mankind: the technology industry. The Palo Alto stories of innovation and entrepreneurship that have led to valuable advances for the benefit of humanity are inspirational. The time to develop a world class museum for Palo Alto is now.”
– Steve Smith, Chairman, Computer History Museum