The history of the printing press is shown in all its glorious evolution. You will see a real-to-life colonial printer ... More
International Printing Museum
The history of the printing press is shown in all its glorious evolution. You will see a real-to-life colonial printer practicing his craft and hear how printing changed the lives of writers and thinkers like Mark Twain and Ben Franklin. Objects on display include antique printing machines and early printed documents. Many of the people working here, from the printers to the tour guides, are worth the visit just to meet them.
From 1916 through the end of World War II the Fort McArthur Military Museum was the primary defense fortification on
the west coast of the United States. Largely intact minus the huge guns that were once pointed towards the ...
This museum is located in southern California's oldest courthouse, which was built in 1901 in the Romanesque Revival style. It
is home to rotating exhibits about local history. Much of the building has been restored to its original state, ...
Across the street from the Hollywood Bowl, this small museum features exhibits on the early days of film making. Originally
a barn, the building was rented in 1913 by legendary director Cecil B. DeMille for the production of The ...
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