Visits to the museum are by appointment only. Thursday and Friday tours available 11:30, 2:30, and 4:00. Saturday tours are available 10:00, 11:30, 2:30, and 4:00 p.m.
We are located at 2729 W. Griffith Way, 93705 Fresno, California USA.
You can take the public transport number 41, which will take you to N. Marks Ave. From there go down till W. Sussex Way, and continue your way until you reach N Cheryl Ave, then go till W. Griffith way crossing, and there you are!
There is no public parking on the museum property itself. However, you may park on the street - either directly in front of or across the street from the museum.
Entry to the museum is free of charge for everyone.
Yes, you must make a reservation before your visit (please, note that you should do so at least 12 hours before your desired visit time).
Attention: After you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email, which you should either print and bring with you or show on your phone at the entrance.
Yes, you can make a reservation for a group. However, please note that no more than eight people are allowed per tour.
There is no age restriction for the museum. William Saroyan is a world renown writer, and his works are interesting to both children and adults. The Museum is interactive, with innovative features. At the hologram exhibit, you can get a glimpse of Saroyan's character; and in the main exhibition room, see exclusive pictures, and videos. We also have a Research Room that will be available to students and scholars, with access to our online data base.
Samples of our souvenirs will be displayed at the Museum, and can be purchased online at our Amazon shop, or through the website.
The museum will host various events both at public venues and the museum. To stay informed of our events, please follow our Social Media pages - Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, etc.
Yes, we offer tours at the Museum. It is an optional paid service. You may choose to use guide services when making a reservation. Fees must be paid online in advance.
The archive is available at the museum to students and researchers, with the advance permission of the administrator. You should maintain all copyrights as specified in Terms and Conditions.
We do love your pets, however, pets are prohibited unless a service animal specifically trained to aid a person with a disability.