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Arts & Museums
Magoski Arts Colony is a collective of artists that bring together a wide range of work in this remarkable gallery. The artwork is unique and the style changes from artist to artist, ensuring you'll find a painting that perfectly matches your taste. Take a look around and you may find an affordable piece of art from an up-and-coming artist. Magoski Arts Colonyis open during the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk or you can schedule an appointment to view the collection.
Featuring rotating collections of fine art, this museum is a great way to spend a morning or afternoon. There are plenty of interesting exhibits, and many often go beyond your basic art into the realms of science and children's exhibits. You can make a night of it, too, if you are there for the beer garden and crafts exhibit. This is fun and educational entertainment for the whole family. General admission is $4, senior citizens & students with a valid ID card $3, and children aged 6 to 12 $1. Children under the age of 6 are allowed in for free. All admissions are $2 on the first Thursday of evey month from 4p-8p.
Anaheim Museum was built in 1908, it served as a public library. However in 1987, after extensive renovations it was re-opened as a museum. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The Anaheim Museum showcases the legacy and culture of Anaheim and the Orange County.
Housed in the only remaining Carnegie Library building in Orange County, this museum deals both with the rich cultural history of Anaheim and of the world. The volunteers who work there value educating the younger generation about their fine city, which was founded in the mid-1850s by German winemakers who wanted to sell their product to citizens of Los Angeles. Muzeo also features rotating strange and wonderful exhibits that make this a truly fascinating museum.
Located on California State University Fullerton, the Campus Sculpture Collection is an outdoor display scattered throughout the campus. From bizarre to artistic, these sculptures often have a whimsical tone and are made from everything from wax to steel to fiberglass. Walk through the campus to take a look at the artwork, including the Sea Bee which was created from a salvaged fuel ship and it looks like a ship is sinking into the lawn. Some other notable works include Fallen David, a replica of Michelangelo’s David that was broken into pieces during an earthquake of 1987, Arise by Eric Goulder and Lloyd Hamrol's Redoubling Wallpath, to name a few.
Long before it was known for South Coast Plaza, Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm, Orange County was known for—you guessed it—oranges. Groves of those healthy citrus fruits dotted the landscape. This ranch was one of the biggest, and home to the original Sunkist groves. You can see all of the farming equipment and other memorabilia relating to growing oranges at this museum. There is still a working orange grove on the property. Because tours are by appointment only, it is necessary to schedule your visit at least three weeks in advance.
This truly "hands-on" children's museum has something for everyone. The pre-school playpark for babies up to five years can climb and crawl over. The "Kids On Stage" room lets kids dress up, learn about props and all about running the theater. The carousel features animals like fish, pigs, unicorns, dogs and frogs. Not your usual carousel animals, but it is not your usual museum. This museum offers lets children learn through play!
Offering more than just nostalgia in nuptials, 100 years of wedding history come alive with dresses from 1835 to 1935 and hundreds of other wedding related items on display in this charming 1893 Victorian cottage which is the only museum in the western United States offering a permanent collection of antique bridal gowns and accessories.
Opening its doors in 1990, this complex was established to celebrate former President Nixon's accomplishments as a peacemaker and an international statesman. From the humble farmhouse built by his father in 1912, to priceless gifts from heads of state, to the peaceful memorials of the President and Mrs. Nixon, the museum and its beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens trace the long road from Richard Nixon's past. In addition to the 22 permanent galleries, the museum has expanded adding the Katherine B. Loker Center and Annenberg Court. At the center of the 47,000 square-foot expansion is a full-size replica of the elegant White House East Room.
Imaginations turn, twist and fly through 120 exciting hands-on exhibits at Discovery Cube Orange County, which used to be named Discovery Science Center, in Santa Ana. Experience science in the museum's themed areas including Quake Zone, Techno Arts, Discovery Stadium, Perception, Dynamic Earth, Air & Space, Kids Station and Dino Quest. Challenge your family to Virtual Volleyball, make music on a Laser Beam Harp, experience tremors in our Shake Shack, dance across a Musical Floor, lie on a Bed of Nails and more! Also check out Dino Quest – the world's first interactive Dinosaur Adventure.
A nonprofit organization that seeks to educate young minds, assist teachers, and increase public understanding of science, math, and technology through interactive exhibits and programs.
Founded in 1932, this is likely the best all-around museum in Orange County. The complex has particularly come into its own since its re-opening in 1992 with expanded and improved exhibition spaces. Created with funds donated by Charles Bowers, the complex was built in the style of the California Missions, and is adorned with murals honoring that motif. Originally intended by Mr. Bowers to focus on local history, the museum has since enlarged its focus to incorporate artifacts from the cultures of Southeast Asia, Oceania, Mexico and Native America.