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Top-Empfehlungen von Einheimischen für Museen

Museum
“The mission is a magical and historical place. Even just a walk through the courtyard will take your breath away.”
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History Museum
“If you are interested in learning about John Steinbeck or the Salinas Valley this is a required stop! Well done and in the heart of Salinas it's definitely worth a stop. Walkable Old Town is right there with many different offerings for food, drink, and shopping. Right down the street from the historic Steinbeck house, where the famous author grew up. See about having lunch there and visit the cellar gift store.”
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Science Museum
“The museum feels like a "step-back" in time. Be sure to take your children to see what museums were like in the last century. They will discover all about the local bird and fish population. Very friendly curators are very helpful. ”
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Kunstmuseum
“Museum featuring American & early California painting, plus photography & contemporary art. ”
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Museum
“Original artwork by Salvador Dali - the ONLY permanent collection of some of his works in the U.S. An amazing collection! A must-see for any art fan.”
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Lighthouse
“Point Pinos Lighthouse has been lighting the way for sailors for more than 150 years & is still in operation today. Perched on a spectacular coastal point, we recommend the docent guided tours to learn about Pacific Grove's rich nautical history.”
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Museum
“MyMuseum is a wonderful place to take children of all ages! It is a place for children to get a hands-on learning and exploring experience without taking a big chunk out of your wallet.”
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History Museum
“Monterey was the first capital of California. Old Monterey is full of early California history and architecture.”
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Museum
“A sweet museum with 2 locations in old adobe buildings. They have wonderful summer camps for children and classes for beginner artists as well. ”
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Kunstgalerie
“San Carlos St Hours: Wednesday - Sunday 12:00-4:00pm; Closed Monday and Tuesday Tracing its roots back to the Friends of Photography, founded in 1967, Carmel's Center for Photographic Art (CPA) remains the second oldest members’ photography gallery organization in the country. A short walk from Ocean Avenue brings you to the venerable gallery launched by iconic artists Ansel Adams, Wynn Bullock and Brett Weston. If you have an interest in photography and in networking with other enthusiasts and appreciators, you’ll enjoy their exhibitions, artistic-development programs, lectures, and special members’ nights. If you’d like to learn more about photographic art and collecting, consider joining CPA’s vibrant photography community by becoming a member. Exhibits change regularly so it's a great place to visit whenever in town. ​”
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Park
“great piece of history, and see some of the props used in Hitchcock's classic film Vertigo.”
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Kunstgalerie
“This is a big event you must attend if you are in town for a first Friday of a month. Downtown in the Brady Arts District. Streets are blocked off and great music and art to see in the different venues. ”
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Kirche
“Lovely, off the beaten path historic California Mission. Stunning flowers in the spring.”
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Museum
“After 4 pm, a lovely place to dine for early supper. Clint Eastwood's Mission Ranch overlooks Point Lobos, the inspiration for Scottish novelist Robert Louis Stevenson's, Treasure Island!”
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Museum
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Museum
“PBL was a biological supply house that sold preserved animals and prepared specimen microscope slides, many of which were of maritime aquatic species, to schools, museums, and research institutions. The building, activities, and business were fictionalized as "Western Biological Laboratory" by John Steinbeck in his novel Cannery Row, as was a character based on one of its founders, Ed Ricketts. Museums throughout the United States contain specimens collected by Doc Ricketts, including the Field Museum in Chicago, the Smithsonian Institution, the California Academy of Sciences, the American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University and the Museum of ”
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