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After reading other reviews, I was under the impression that entry was free. It’s not. It is $3 per adult. Yes, it says donation, but the girl at the door said $3,which we paid. The museum does have a large collection of Native American artifacts...More
This small building packs in an amazing amount of local history into its warren of rooms on two floors, filled to overflowing with display cases and artifacts. There are rooms dedicated to the local Native American tribes, local industry, historical events, clothing, medicine, but probably...More
From the outside it looks like a small town museum. We did not expect too much, but were pleasantly surprised. There are many displays featuring the history of Del Norte County. Well worth spending at least a couple of hours.
Neat place full of pictures, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia from the area. Fascinating to learn the good and bad history of the town. (Bad was kicking out the Asians and the tsunami destruction) Glad we stopped in for about an hour to learn about the...More
Discovered quite by accident on a very rainy Sunday, we actually became members, we were so impressed! There is a lot of history here, of native tribes, of the lighthouse, of the entire life of the city! We learned so much about the area, from...More
This place is packed with so many items/artifacts. The historical stories are so interesting about the earlier people in this area. Learned a lot. If you like history you should stop here if you have the time
Visiting the Historical Society was the highlight of my trip. The ladies were so helpful and very knowledgeable about the history of Crescent City. I was quite surprised by the amount of items they had on display and thoroughly enjoyed the trip back through time.
I spend just over an hour and I'm no museum fan. Could have spent 2 hours easily - it's so much to take in. Defiantly worth the stop if you're at all interested in history, development... They have some downright awesome household items & artifacts...More
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