Both the Visitor Center and the Villa La Paz Conference & Educational Center provide visitors to La Paz with educational resources about the history of Cesar Chavez and the farm worker movement.
Most of the 7,000 square foot Visitor Center is devoted to exhibits and gallery space, including rotating photographic exhibitions on the movement's history. It also features Cesar Chavez's carefully preserved library and office, and a state-of-the-art audio-visual room that screens many documentaries and historical films.
Villa La Paz
Visitors arriving at the Villa La Paz Conference & Educational Center through its main entryway and reception area will quickly access a library and reading room off the main hallway immediately to the right. It includes books, materials and historical photographs about Cesar and the movement as well as related topics. Some shelves feature books that replicate many original publications from Cesar's library-office in the Visitor Center so visitors can experience his eclectic reading and study interests. A computer terminal allows visitors to access on-line historical resources.
Across the hallway on the left is Villa La Paz's fully equipped Theater. It also offers screenings for visitors from a menu of documentaries and historical films.