A small but bright and interesting museum with three (four) levels of small galleries. There's also a small rooftop deck with some sculpture you should check out. One of the larger galleries is dedicated to Santa Cruz County history. If you like history, you'll probably love this permanent exhibit as it details Santa Cruz's beginnings as a collection of lime and timber camps, to a seaside getaway in the early 1900's. Admission is just $5 for adults, $3 for kids. Definitely worth a visit! You could cover it all in about an hour to hour and a half.
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