Shasta State Historic Park includes a row of old brick building remains where Shasta City, the lusty "Queen City" of California’s northern mining district, once stood. The 1861 Courthouse Museum is open from 10:00am to 5:00pm Friday through Sunday. The park is six miles west of downtown Redding on Highway 299. A recorded message is at 530-243-8194. Audio files that describe park features past and present can be downloaded here: Shasta Ruins Audio Files
Courthouse/museum. The route of travel is accessible, and an entry ramp provides access to the front doors. Stair risers and rails are usable. The historic building may challenge some visitors, but staff members are available to provide assistance when needed. The exhibits and spaces in the upstairs area are generally accessibly designed. The historic jail exhibit downstairs has a ramped entrance. Stairs, rails and some doors to the jail are usable. Accessible parking is available.
Coyle Foster Barn. This open barn has exhibits inside and out. They are generally accessible.
Bakery, Leo and Litsch Store. The Bakery and Litsch store are generally accessible. Both have thresholds, hardware and door issues, and occasional tight spaces. The Leo store is generally accessible. An accessible restroom is attached to the Bakery and is entered from outside the Bakery.