Visited the Museum on a Sunday afternoon. Wasn't very crowded, so had free reign over several of the exhibits.
It's actually a pretty small museum, so you can easily see all four of the exhibits in a couple hours. I really liked the one about local Santa Cruz history. It covered events like the 1906 earthquake and how it destroyed several buildings in the current downtown area where the Museum is located. It gave a very good picture of how the town and community evolved and came to be. There was also a nice little sculpture garden on the roof and a couple rotating exhibits which were ok.
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