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This is a gem of a small museum, which is about all I can take in during one afternoon. We went with a docent to see the Summer of Love exhibit, given from the perspective of its origins. It made me nostalgic. I will be...更多
This museum does not have permanent exhibits. Right now, the Summer of Love. Everybody in our group loved it. A friend saw the similar exhibit at DeYoung, she said, this one is better. The visit can be combined with Yerba Buena, Jewish museum, and when...更多
I am someone who will literally go to a city just for a museum, and this set of exhibits was perfect for me as a history/anthropology teacher. Photographs and artifacts from the Modoc War plus tintypes and interviews with modern Native California peoples, plus plenty...更多
CHS is a great organization with wonderful programing, but not enough space to exhibit all its interesting historical items. You should definitely drop by - they always have one good exhibit up. Check their website calendar for author and artist presentations. Their library is a...更多
I enjoyed the comprehensive exhibit about the 1915 Pan Pacific Exposition. There were a lot of displays, and it is amazing how much our culture has changed in 100 years. It's well worth the $5 entrance fee. I see that other reviewers were disappointed, obviously...更多
The only exhibit is the one on show. In my case it was City Rising: San Francisco and the 1915 World's Fair. Most of the artifacts are in the research library.
Current exhibition is the 1915 Pan Pacific Exposition. Lots of memorabilia and a scale model of the Fair. Several video displays give insight to the event. They also have a limited hours historical library that unfortunately was not open when we visited Very pleasant, helpful...更多