OMCA Store Hours:
Open Wednesday and Thursday
11 am to 5 pm
11 am to 9 pm. Visit the store during our weekly party: Friday Nights @ OMCA
Open Saturday and Sunday
10 am to 6 pm
OMCA Store is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day, and the Fourth of July.
OMCA Store Customer Service:
A Customer Service representative is available Wednesday to Sunday during business hours.Visit us:
1000 Oak @10th Street
Oakland, California 94607
OMCA Members Always Save 10%: Whether online or in-person at the OMCA Store, OMCA Members always save 10% on purchases. Member discounts will be applied upon order processing and are subject to OMCA Membership verification.
We accept the following major credit cards: American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa.
OMCA Store at Oakland Museum of California
The OMCA Store is open during Museum hours. Museum admission is not required to shop. Enjoy secure parking in OMCA's Oak Street garage. Validated reduced rate parking is available with purchase. The OMCA Store is centrally located on Level 2 adjacent to ticketing, Blue Oak café and the Oak Street garage entrance. For more information, please call the OMCA Store at 510-318-8510. The OMCA Store showcases California arts, craft, history, and nature through a wide selection of books and locally-made items. Discover California artisanal collectables, artful books, and one-of-a-kind gifts inspired by exhibitions at Oakland Museum of California. About Oakland Museum of California
Located in Oakland, California, the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) brings together three historically independent disciplines—art, history, and natural sciences—under one roof. This progressive multidisciplinary approach was to celebrate the many facets of California. OMCA's collections—comprising more than 1.8 million objects including seminal art works, historical artifacts, ethnographic objects, natural specimens, and photographs—and our programs explore and reveal the factors that shape California character and identity, from its extraordinary natural landscapes, to successive waves of migration, to its unique culture of creativity and innovation. Learn more at: museumca.org