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Victoria, the museum host, was fantastic; very enthusiastic and a wealth of information about San Luis Obispo. We watched a 15 minute video about the history of SLO county, which was very informative and interesting. The rest of the museum was a disappointment. There was one room devoted to the history of the history museum itself. The rest of the... 更多
A nice break in a morning stroll -- this museum had an amusing exhibit on prohibition in the nearby area and a traveling show on Phoebe Hearst, wife of the first Hearst, George. Plus, there was a video and a room filled with photos. Interesting note: the Dorothea Lange photo of a Depression era migrant mother was taken in this... 更多
The history center is located in the old library, one of the original Carnegie libraries from long ago. Every time I've been there I've seen an interesting exhibit, something to do with the history of the area, founding families, cultural traditions. Its worth a visit, located behind the mission downtown.
I loved the insight into Phoebe Hearsts life. What an incredible and inspirational woman. The museums is small and it doesn't take too long to see all the exhibits but I thoroughly enjoyed it .
Very interesting place. The gentleman at the front desk is warm and inviting (more so if you put a buck or two in the bucket). He is full of knowledge of the area. The exhibits were very interesting, especially regarding Mary Phoebe Hearst. A strong woman for the time who made a large contribution to the area!
Leon, at the front desk, greets you warmly. It is a touch warmer if you slip a dollar or two into the donation box (it's free admission, but they do need to keep their lights on). The building is an old Carnegie Library that was built in 1905. There are some cool exhibits that range from cycling to old mamma... 更多
The building itself is very nice. The displays could use some help. The display for Mrs. Hearst was interesting, beyond that the displays could use some help. With such a fine building seems some locals could get together and fund some improvements to the displays.
It is free, the people are pleasant and it is full of good stuff. They not only have works of art to just look at but a lot of local artist have nice stuff to sell.
There are plenty of things to do for all ages at the History Center and museum. Whether you are 2 or 72 you will love this place.