1201 N. Pershing Avenue
Stockton, California 95203
Phone: (209) 940-6300
Wednesday: 1:30 – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 1:30 – 5:00 PM
Friday: 1:30 – 5:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Sunset magazine has hailed The Haggin Museum as one of California's hidden treasures, an art and history museum that captivates visitors with its exquisite collection. The museum proudly showcases masterpieces from renowned 19th-century painters like Albert Bierstadt, Rosa Bonheur, William-Adolphe Bouguereau, J.C. Leyendecker, and an array of other American and European artists. Its exhibits also delve into local and regional history while also featuring captivating traveling displays.
Immerse yourself in late-night events on the first and third Thursdays, immersing yourself in wine, food, and enriching activities. And don't miss out on the second Saturday of the month, where hands-on activities await children aged 5-12. Visit The Haggin Museum and experience the beauty of art and history firsthand.
For those seeking a deeper exploration of their well-being, Haggin offers captivating Wellness Tours. These self-guided experiences are meticulously crafted to allow visitors to view the museum's art and historical collection through the lens of their emotions or aspirations. At each stop on the tour, individuals are encouraged to delve into profound reflections regarding the art or artifact and themselves.
Don't forget to make a stop by the museum store! Located in the center of the beautiful Victory Park and next to the Victory Park Rose Garden, a visit to the Haggin is not complete without a walk around the park. Check out The Haggin Museum's website for a schedule of current exhibitions and special events.
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The native American collection is impressive. There is a great display of WWl and WWII posters. Very interesting and informative. Also a Picasso loan from Bank of America. La Tauromaquia is a series of 26 aquatic etchings. There is a renovation so you don't have access to the main 3rd floor gallery but they offer a $5.00 admission during the renovation. Visited March 17, 2022 and enjoyed the Children's exhibit... From kindergarten to highschool, so much color and talent Enjoy the museum store.
Excellent collection. A must see museum if you are in the Stockton area. 8 bucks d or adults, money well spent.
Today they having a private event, some areas closed. I like to go there, because even that is small museum it has a variety of nice and beautiful art.
I joined a senior group as a caregiver on my little adventure. If you enjoy art and displays of local vintage artifacts this museum holds some information you might find interesting enough to check out. From agriculture, to Stocktons harbor along with a Native American exhibit. They even have a gift shop toward the end if your looking for a souvenir or memory to take home with you. Elevators for the disabled and sturdy stairs for others willing to take that extra step. Restrooms inside as well as out in the park surrounding the area. Pop up shops sometimes selling snacks and refreshments. A small but fascinating place to unwind letting your mind explore the creativity and love of passionate people.
This is a world-class museum that is oddly located in Stockton California. They have an amazing collection of Leyendecker paintings. Some other fantastic artwork as well. I rank this art museum well above San Diego art museum. The staff is very friendly. The only negative would be that all of the on-site parking is reserved permit only. All of the visitor parking is on the street, almost as though they don’t expect people to visit. However it is well worth the walk once inside.
Amazing art work here. Can easily spend half a day here if you appreciate fine art and history.
I'm 59 years old and I still love to go to the museum plus they allowed me to bring my little riding buddy with me check out the photo
Exhibits are wonderful. Staff, excellent. It is clean and friendly. We are long time visitors and it always holds our interests with the diversity. Stockton can be proud of this musem. My only complaint is lack of handicapped parking. There was one spot in the staff parking area. But also many signs that read Staff only. The signage was confusing. We went ahead and parked in the marked space and then when we buzzed for entry and a staff member came to open the door, we confirmed it was ok for us to park there. It is only because we are familiar with this museum that we knew to try that area for parking. Without it, I would have been unable to be there to enjoy the exhibits. Please fix this glitch and make sure you are compliant with the law in this regard..
We went to see my granddaughters acrylic painting but there were so many interesting artifacts that we stayed until they were about to close. We will go back again and again.
This is a must visit if you want to see the history of Stockton. From paintings 🖼 to vintage photographs 📸 to Native Americans history. Super cheap and it will take a good amount of time to see all three levels. Check it out
I was a weekend docent. I met some wonderful people who were very interested in our beautiful museum. 😍
One of the best museum with the paintings created from 1800... recommend to visit.
Wonderful place for a day outing with your children. I have been visiting since my grammar school trips in the 1950s. I now visit with my grandchildren. Well worth your time. Recommend for all ages.
This is a wonderful and must I say beautifully remodeled museum. Nice for the family visit. A Stockton gem.
VERY Nice local museum. Excellent exhibits of both local and national fame. Wonderful Hudson River School landscapes of California. I particularly liked the Saturday Evening Post covers and the Leyendecker illustrations. Quite the treat! Highly recommended. Oh, visit the museum store too!
This is one of my favorite parks, not only can you see the wildlife, flowers, and ponds, they have an amazing 😀 play are for the children and of course the museum! Also this park is a bit more safe with all the traffic than some of the other secluded parks in Stockton. We all need to stick together and help others in the time of need as well... even if thats just picking up your phone and dialing 911, every life matters! Please remember that. Stay strong we will get through all obstacles if we all work together as one!
I havent been in a very long time. But woukd love the opportunity to do so. I do love the rose garden located right outside of it, very beautiful!
Awesome experience probably the best that Stockton has to offer. If you have any interest in art or local history this place is a must-go. Good for kids too.
Caught the last days of crazy family photos display. Hilarious. See Stockton's history and the people who made it.
First time here! It was exquisite, loved all the artwork! Highly recommend it!
Great way to spend some time in Stockton. My favorite section is the American artists gallery, truly some exceptional pieces on display.
A great way to spend two hours, learn about Stockton history, and enjoy a beautiful art collection.
Great museum with good collection of painting and arts. Enjoyed the visit a lot.