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  • Amoca (The American Museum of Ceramic Arts)

    340 S. Garey Ave. Pomona, CA 91766
    909-629-1067

  • Anaheim Museum

    241 S. Anaheim Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92805
    714-778-3301

    http://www.anaheimmuseum.com

  • AQUARIUM OF THE PACIFIC

    AQUARIUM OF THE PACIFIC

    100 Aquarium Way Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-590-3100

    http://www.aquariumofpacific.org

  • Astor Events Center

    1563 S. State College Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92805
    562-985-7065

  • Automotive Museum

    36 Auto Center Tustin, CA 92782
    714-832-1717

  • Blas Aguilar Adobe Museum

    Blas Aguilar Adobe Museum

    31806 El Camino Real San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
    949-493-4933

    http://www.sanjuancapistrano.net/history/blas.html The Blas Aguilar Adobe Museum is in San Juan Capistrano. The museum is maintained and operated by the nonprofit Blas Aguilar Adobe Foundation, which is run by David Belardes, the local Juaneño Indian group chief who is related to the original Blas and Aguilar families, as is his wife, Cha Cha. For decades, Belardes has taken the American Indian relics unearthed by Southern California developers and reburied them in private ceremonies. But with the knowledge Belardes has gathered, he and his family have painstakingly re-created pieces from different eras and set them up in museum displays. Period photographs and descriptive placards help bring the items to life. A small bedroom is decorated the way it would have been for the original inhabitants, who were obviously much smaller, given the size of their beds. A backroom includes furs, skins and sticks collected locally to make the items on display. The yard features a "conversation stone" where Juaneño women would grind corn while sharing gossip. More >>

  • Bowers Kidseum

    Bowers Kidseum

    1802 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92706
    714-480-1520

    http://www.bowers.org

  • Bowers Museum

    Bowers Museum

    2002 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92706
    714-567-3600

    http://www.bowers.org The Bowers Museum is in Santa Ana. After a couple of massive expansions, it has renovated that earlier reputation, putting its exhibitions on par with anything by the boys with the big endowments. A dynamite Benjamin Franklin exhibit earlier this year, mummies from the Silk Road touring show, rare Rembrandt etchings, samurai art from the Tokyo National Museum, American quilts and some of China's Terra Cotta Warriors are just a few of what we've been able to feast our eyes on, and the impressive list doesn't appear to be ending any time soon. The Bowers is a shining example of what a board of directors (headed by the forward thinking Dr. Peter C. Keller), generous benefactors and a deep respect for the diversity of multiple cultures can do for a (once-) small community museum. And the best person there is Julie Perkins-Lee, who helps out archiving stuff and is a wonderful person! More >>

  • Bowers Museum

    2002 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92706
    714-567-3600

    http://www.bowers.org The Bowers Museum is in Santa Ana. After a couple of massive expansions, it has renovated that earlier reputation, putting its exhibitions on par with anything by the boys with the big endowments. A dynamite Benjamin Franklin exhibit earlier this year, mummies from the Silk Road touring show, rare Rembrandt etchings, samurai art from the Tokyo National Museum, American quilts and some of China's Terra Cotta Warriors are just a few of what we've been able to feast our eyes on, and the impressive list doesn't appear to be ending any time soon. The Bowers is a shining example of what a board of directors (headed by the forward thinking Dr. Peter C. Keller), generous benefactors and a deep respect for the diversity of multiple cultures can do for a (once-) small community museum. And the best person there is Julie Perkins-Lee, who helps out archiving stuff and is a wonderful person! More >>

  • Bradford House

    136 E. Palm Circle Placentia, CA 92870
    714-993-2470

    http://www.bradfordhouse.com

  • Brea Museum

    495 S. Brea Blvd. Brea, CA 92821
    714-256-2283

    http://www.breamuseum.org

  • Brea Museum and Heritage Center

    495 S. Brea Blvd. Long Beach, CA 92821
    714-256-2283

  • Buena Park Historical Society

    6631 Beach Blvd. Buena Park, CA 90621-2904
    714-521-1887

    http://www.historicalsociety.org

  • Cabot's Pueblo Museum

    67616 E. Desert View Ave. Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
    760-329-7610

    http://www.cabotsmuseum.org

  • California Scenario: Noguchi Sculpture Garden

    California Scenario: Noguchi Sculpture Garden

    611 Anton Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Centennial Heritage Museum

    3101 W. Harvard St. Santa Ana, CA 92704
    949-683-5932

    http://www.heritagemuseumoc.org

  • Costa Mesa Historical Society

    1870 Anaheim Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92627-2707
    949-631-5918

    http://www.costamesahistory.org

  • Craft and Folk Art Museum

    Craft and Folk Art Museum

    5814 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90036
    323-937-4230

    http://www.cafam.org Located in the heart of Mid-City Los Angeles, this museum presents some of the most expertly curated shows around. Launched in 1965 as The Egg and The Eye, an avant-garde café and shop, it now exhibits handmade art, from sculpture to textile to yarn bombing. The small, intimate space is attended by a gift shop, where you can buy smaller scale crafts and find presents for the DIYers in your circle. More >>

  • Discovery Science Center

    Discovery Science Center

    2500 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92705
    714-542-2823

    http://www.discoverycube.org The Discovery Science Center is a kid’s museum in Santa Ana. Admit it: The first time you drove past that giant, angled black cube beside Interstate 5, you thought the actual kids' museum it belongs to was inside. Later, maybe you caught the light shining through it, realized it was hollow, and wondered what the point was. Did the designer of the Discovery Center just really, really like Pink Floyd and somehow figured kids could learn about the actual dark side of the moon? Turns out it's actually a massive solar-panel array that powers the museum—if you pay admission, you can find out all the groovy details and, yes, even get inside it. If solar power is indeed the future, could it be that one day we'll all have trippy black cubes attached to our homes? We can but hope. All this said, the Discovery Center does have good exhibits for kids and adults alike. More >>

  • El Dorado Nature Center

    7550 E Spring St Long Beach, CA 90815-1617
    562-570-1745

    http://www.longbeach.gov

  • Fairhaven Mausoleum

    702 Fairhaven Ave. Anaheim, CA 92801

  • Fender Center For The Performing Arts

    365 N. Main St. Corona, CA 92880
    951-735-2440

    http://www.fendermuseum.com

  • Fullerton Museum

    Fullerton Museum

    301 N. Pomona Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-738-6545

    http://www.ci.fullerton.ca.us

  • The Getty Center

    The Getty Center

    1200 Getty Center Drive Los Angeles, CA 90049
    310-440-7300

    http://www.getty.edu Home to one of two locations of the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Getty Center sits atop a hill in Brentwood just off the 405 Freeway. It’s lauded for its modern architecture and expertly manicured gardens, but don’t overlook the museum’s photography. From architectural photographer Julius Shulman and multimedia artist Ed Ruscha to fashion photog Herb Ritts, the Center’s more than 2 million photos include archives of tremendous historical importance and interest. More >>

  • Heritage Museum of Orange County

    Heritage Museum of Orange County

    3101 W. Harvard St. Santa Ana, CA 92704
    714-540-0404

    http://www.heritagemuseumoc.org The Heritage Museum of Orange County is in Santa Ana. Walking through the grounds of this 1-acre historical plaza is like taking a trip back to the late 19th Century, when Orange County was basically just Santa Ana and a lot of orange groves. The centerpiece of the museum's well-preserved grounds is the Kellogg House, named after Hiram Clay Kellogg, a civil engineer who helped to create the footprint of modern Orange County by surveying orange groves and carving the land into the oversized squares that have now been filled with boundless surburban tracts. Thankfully, the sprawl Kellogg helped spawn hasn't swallowed up his former Victorian-era abode and the beautiful gardens, trails and native habitat that surround it. His house is now used for teaching kids the mechanics of old-timey OC life, such as handicrafts, blacksmithing and butter-making. There are also interactive adventures that provide children with the opportunity to see how gold-rush-era migrants, as well as the indigenous people they displaced, lived. More >>

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