The Vacaville Museum, a Center for Solano County History and Culture, is the only institution whose mission includes cultural and historical preservation for all of Solano County. Through exhibits, publications and educational programs, the Museum continuously promotes the value of community connectivity through our shared community heritage.
Nut Tree Centennial
100 Years of Fun, Food and Family
Through January 9, 2022
In July 1921 Helen and Bunny Power opened a roadside fruit stand they named Nut Tree. That fruit stand grew into a Solano County landmark that entertained presidents and queens and delighted kids everywhere. The Vacaville Museum is marking the 100th anniversary of Vacaville’s beloved original Nut Tree with a special exhibit and events. The exhibit opens as soon as health restrictions allow and will run through January 9, 2022. Events are planned throughout the year, from Nut Tree employee day to a pumpkin patch. Join the Vacaville Museum as we celebrate 100 years of the food, family and fun of the original Nut Tree.
Enter to win this beautiful Christmas tree decorated by Members of the Vacaville Museum Guild.
Online Tickets: Two for $15
Tickets purchased at the Museum will be discounted to $5 each.
Winning name will be drawn on December 4th at 4PM at the Museum.
Winners do not need to be present for drawing.