What can I say - if you like Peanuts and Charlie Brown (or more to the point Snoopy and Woodstock) this museum is well worth a visit. Mrs. Fujairah Fan had never seen one of the Peanuts cartoons, but came away a real fan.
We were in Santa Rosa for a family wedding and looking for something to do on the morning of the big day. The hotel recommended the Schultz museum and it was so much fun. It is a beautiful space in Santa Rosa. The exhibits include lots of drawings of the Peanuts gang from the very early days to the last... 更多
This museum complex took me back to when we used to read Peanuts comic strips every day in our daily newspapers. Now that is a memory, with fewer papers and easy access to the strips. What Schulz accomplished goes far beyond his humorous slant on life as depicted in the cartoons. His love of ice hockey translated to the ice... 更多
I was in San Francisco and I had to visit the Charles M. Schulz Museum to bring my trip to a perfect end before I flew back to Brazil. It can be a little difficult for a foreigner to get there by bus, and I got a little lost until I found a cab to get there, but it was... 更多
For a child of the 70s, the museum taps into your nostalgia and gives you an opportunity to "get to know" Charles Schulz through his original artwork, letters, press interviews on film and the story of his beloved hockey/skating rink - very much in business - next door. I was happy to see that my young children also were immediately... 更多
Spent 2.5 hours at the museum before getting ready for the wedding. It was interesting and fun all ast the same time. Lots of photo opportunities.
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this informative little museum. It's well set out, manned by friendly volunteers, & in a bright, airy space. It's inexpensive to get in & parking is free - if you have an electric car you can also charge it up while you're in there. After our time in the museum we walked across the... 更多
This is the place to come if you are a fan. The creativity of Charles Schulz is all over the place. People who created this museum were so creative. You can spend hours reading the comic strips.
Gift shop, museum, ice skating rink. Kids had a lot of fun. Was cool to see a replica of Sparkys studio/office. Had an art education room where the kids could draw cartoons, make a zoetrope, and learn origami. Also had some art inspired by Peanuts and Charles Shultz. Worth the trip.