The Fiddletown Preservation Society is a non-profit organization. Membership in the Society is open to anyone interested in preserving, maintaining and restoring the historical buildings, records and relics of Fiddletown. The Society has restored the old schoolhouse, which is located across from the Fiddletown cemetery, and has restored and stabilized the Chinese Store and the Chinese Gambling Hall across the street from the Chew Kee Museum. The Society also maintains the Chew Kee Museum.
The Fiddletown District is California Historical Landmark #35. Two notable attractions in Fiddletown are the “Chew Kee” museum and the old Schoolhouse. Fiddletown is in the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district. The Chew Kee building is a key building in the historic district.