Due to the closures of all nonessential businesses and organizations, the Joss House is currently closed to the public.
Since we can't meet you in person and share the beautiful history of the museum, we want to bring the history to you by launching a new website. With this new website, you can read our blog posts, see pictures of the Joss House, learn more about our history, ask us questions, and even make a donation to help us keep the lights on.
Thank you for your continued support during this challenging time, which can feel so isolating. The Joss House has already lived through a pandemic over 100 years ago, and we know we'll get through this one as well thanks to the support of community members like you.