Al's Place Restaurant Locke Garden Chinese Restaurant Locke Memorial Park
SPECIAL PLACES TO VISIT
The entire town of Locke is a historical site. Special places to visit or see include:
An exhibit and research facility open to the public free of charge.
Former home of the Jan Ying Benevolent Association.
A language school for the children of Locke established in 1926.
Dedicated to the Chinese who built the railroad, levees, and agriculture of California and the town of Locke.
An exhibit of Chinese gambling paraphernalia.
Early operation included a brothel.
Chinese restaurant that at one time housed Locke’s first saloon and gambling hall.
A collection of planters made from discarded toilets of past Chinese residents.
Established during World War II as a victory garden.
The first building in Locke.