California Heritage Museum
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Built in 1894 for Roy Jones, son of Santa Monica's founder, Sen. John Jones, this landmark building opened as a museum in 1980. In addition to a permanent collection that features historic photographs and decorative arts, the Heritage Museum presents special exhibits focusing on California artists and artisans. The real star of this collection is the 1894 Victorian house the museum occupies. The interior has been beautifully restored to represent four decades of design.
2612 Main St, Santa Monica, CA 90405
- Accessibility Details: Ramps to building entrance
- Hours: Wed - Sun, 11am - 4pm
- Accessible: yes