Our Newest Project

Opening 2020

Dr. Herbert Yee, Sacramento, California, USA, 2017

This former hospital will house the new Pacific Coast Immigration Center—a place of memory and personal discovery, where guests can explore their own family’s immigration history through Angel Island.

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The exhibits and programs will allow visitors to apply history’s lessons to nurture civil society and protect civil rights in the future. Performances, cultural and community-building events, symposia, and exhibitions are examples of the types of programs that will be contained in this building – a true community resource.


The restoration of the Public Health Building at Angel Island will be completed in September 2020.

We look forward to providing more details on the opening of the Pacific Coast Immigration Center in the future.

Ben Fong, Antioch, California, USA, 2017