Step out of the sun and take in a bit of California history in a restored 1894 house that was originally built for the son of the founder of Santa Monica. Though the house itself—devoted to the Victorian period—is worth a look, rotating exhibitions on topics related to the region are the real draw. Recent shows have focused on surfboard design, California fruit box labels and Hawaii’s influence on the local lifestyle. The museum is at its busiest on Sundays, though only outside: it hosts a hugely popular farmers' market every Sunday morning.
|Venue name:||California Heritage Museum||Contact:|
2612 Main St
|Opening hours:||Wed-Sun 11am-4pm|
|Price:||$8; seniors $5; children (under 12) free; students $5|
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A museum inside of an original house in Santa Monica. Disappointed to see the furniture was not original and also not indicative of the furniture that would've been in this house. Upstairs has been turned into an art exhibition. The docent told some interesting stories told about the artifacts downstairs.