The United States Immigration Station Museum is now open from 10-3 on weekends—no reservations and no tour tickets needed! There are docents and volunteers posted throughout the museum to answer any questions about the historical implications of the site. The entrance price is $5 for adults and $3 for children. A shuttle provides transportation from the Cove Cafe. The departure times are 10:40, 12:10 and 1:40. The last pick up is at the museum at 2:50.
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Between 1910 and 1940, thousands of immigrants came to the U.S. through California’s Angel Island. Listen to Judy Yung speak about her book on the subject, via NPR broadcast, here.