Wells Fargo History Museum



The Museum is located downtown in the Wells Fargo Center on Bunker Hill. Exhibits depict the history and development of Wells Fargo Bank and the West since the company’s founding in 1852. Highlights include an authentic 19th-century Concord stagecoach and a replica you can climb into, the 26-ounce Challenge nugget, and historic maps of Los Angeles. Use touch screens to learn more about stagecoaches and communicate via telegraph with other Wells Fargo Museums.

English and Spanish cell phone tours are available. Free guided tours are available for groups that book in advance. The museum store features a variety of Wells Fargo branded gifts, collectibles and apparel. Admission is always free.

Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm and one Saturday per quarter from 12pm-5pm.

ADA Accessible
Public Space ADA Compliant
Accepts Credit Cards
Family Friendly
Student Group Friendly
Pet Friendly
Self Parking
Tour Group Friendly
Free
Gift Shop
Dining/Food Available
Art