We have a family scavenger hunt every summer in the village and it includes the museum. The museum is small but worth the look. They have different exhibits, currently they have antique postcards. They also have building exhibits of some of the old beach changing/dressing rooms and a cottage. The docents are knowledgeable and friendly. There is not a cost... 更多
For a small museum, this one is very interesting. When we visited, we learned about the history of postcards as well as the Capitola area through an exhibit of postcards from the 1900s. Museum hours are limited, so you might want to check before going. Museum is a short walk from the Esplanade area. A separate building that you don't... 更多
The Capitola Historical Museum is well worth stopping in when you visit Capitola Beach. It is just down from the two large paid parking lots as you walk down Capitola Avenue on the way to the Village. I do recommend these upper Village parking lots to avoid the congestion along the Esplanade. The walk is not far and if you... 更多
Capitola is California's oldest seaside resort town. Learn about the oddities of this little gem of a community from its early mid-1800's days until the present. Lots of color to be found in this town's history!
I came here for a Plein Air Painting MeetUp, where we gathered to view their Postcard Exhibit, showing a history of postcards from the 1800's to the present. The exhibit will be on through December 2015. The curator has done an excellent job displaying the postcards chronologically by decade, and included a display of books people used for storing and... 更多
Rotating displays over several months, cute & quaint, informative docents, easy parking access, and a short walk into The Village... 更多
This looks like an interesting small museum housed in old buildings near the city hall. But the hours are too... 更多