Mono County Museum

Located in Bridgeport, CA. the Mono County Museum is in the original Bridgeport Elementary School built in 1800 and subsequently moved to Bridgeport Park in 1964. It is operated by the Mono County Historical Society founded by prominent watercolor artist Lee Symmonds to “preserve and promote the history of the Bridgeport Valley and northern Mono County, California.” The museum houses and displays documents, photographs, and artifacts of the area. It’s a place where visitors can experience the pioneering spirit of the people who lived and worked here in the 1800s.


129 Emigrant St, Bridgeport, CA 93517


(760) 932-5281