Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History
705 Front Street, Santa Cruz California 95060
Category: Activities, Entertainment
Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History
The exhibits at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History are centered on contemporary art and Santa Cruz County history. "Where the Redwoods Meet the Sea" is a long-standing exhibit that focuses on Santa Cruz County's early days and its diverse population. The Mary and Harry Blanchard Sculpture Garden is designed to showcase outdoor sculpture from the Museum's permanent collection, including a large granite sculpture by Davenport artist Richard Deutsch and a bronze piece from the "Justice" series by Coeleen Kiebert.
- Hours: Tuesdays - Sundays: 11am to 5pm. First and third Friday of every month: 11am - 9pm
- Prices: $5 adults, $3 students and seniors, free for MAH members
- Events: Love Fest; UC Fellows Humanities Days
How many exhibits are there?
There are several exhibits available at any given time. In addition to the Mary and Harry Blanchard Sculpture Garden and the “Where the Redwoods Meet the Sea,” both of which are permanent, the museum features one other exhibit.
Nearby dining options
Santa Cruz is home to all types of restaurants, everything from family-style to fine dining to fast food.
What hours is this museum open?
The museum is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 11am to 5pm. On the first and third Friday of every month, the hours are 11am to 9pm.
Good for kids?
Kids are definitely welcome at the Santa Cruz Museum and History. There are many ongoing and permanent exhibits they can relate to as well as a wealth of family events and summer camp in July.
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