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The tripadvisor site for this attraction shows it is open 7 days from 8am to 8pm. Way wrong. It is closed on Sundays when most tourists are visiting Crescent City for one reason or another. I was excited to see some Brother Jon stuff but missed out. Check the website for more info. I called the number to double check... 更多
$3.00 donation was worth every cent and mostly even more. Lots of local history, state history and ties to national history. Never seen that much WWI materials preserved as they had. The Indian baskets were outstanding. Huge display cases on the 2nd floor. Needed more time to see the jail, rooms etc. They have a huge Fresnel Lens from one... 更多
This was once a jail, lots of walking, phone # 707-464-3922 $3.00 donation for adults, $1.00 18 and under, under 6 free. if you have time to spend there is so much to see several exhibits to enjoy downstairs, upstairs is the old jail, dental equipment, drill back then looks like a torture chamber in itself OUCH, along with other... 更多
There are many pictures of crescent from past to present and even a photo of when there were two lighthouses on the shore, now there is just one.
What looks to be a small 2-story building from the outside is a cornucopia of memorabilia spanning 2 centuries detailing the lives of the native population and European settlers. Collections include artifacts from the logging and fishing industries which dominated the region. An incredible museum filled with way more many exhibits than can be covered in this review. If you... 更多
We are museum lovers and this lovely museum has moved into our top 10 favorites! When in Crescent City, CA do not miss this huge collection which spans Native lives, historic exhibits and so much more. The docents are more than ready to answer any questions and there are also many books for sale by local authors.
Looks like a small place from the outside but is packed full of local history. Visited on a rainy day and glad we did. Old photo's were very interesting and information on the tsunami in the 60's in particular told the story of devistation
Small museum housed in the former County Hall of Records. A portion of the building was used for the County Jail until 1963, and the jail cells are still there on the 2nd floor of the building for viewing. Museum has an varied and eclectic collection of artifacts from times-gone by: Yurok native american artifact, cameras, musical instruments, lumber industry... 更多