The Haggin Museum, an art and history museum, has been referred to by Sunset magazine as “one of the undersung gems of California.” Its art collection features works by such noted 19th-century painters as Albert Bierstadt, Rosa Bonheur, and William-Adolphe Bouguereau, J.C. Leyendecker, as well as many other American and European artists. The Haggin Museum features exhibits on local and regional history, hosts traveling history and art exhibits, and invites the public to special events including late night Thursday events every 1st and 3rd Thursday with wine and food and hands-on activities for children ages 5-12 every 2nd Saturday of the month.
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.
Hours of Operation:
- Saturday & Sunday: 12:00pm to 5:00pm
- Wednesdays - Fridays: 1:30pm to 5:00pm
- 1st & 3rd Thursdays: 1:30pm to 5:00pm
- Adults (ages 18-64): $8
- Seniors (ages 65+): $7
- Youth (ages 10-17) and Students (with valid school ID): $5
- Museum Members, Children under age 10 accompanied by an adult, First Saturday of the month: Free
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