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Guest House Museum, Fort Bragg

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TripAdvisor
  • Wife and I enjoyed the small tour. The staff will give you some history upon arrival. It's self guided. Lots of history about the logging industry including tools of the day. Third floor was closed of...  more »
  • Part of the museum is still being renovated but the parts that are finished are very well done. The docent was very informative and friendly. Lots of old photos made this interesting. 
  • This is a great place to start learning about the history of Fort Bragg. It's small, you can cover it in about 30-45 mins but it's free (small donation suggested) and gives a lot of information that w...  more »
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  • Was closed when we visited. It is however well situated to the Skunk Train and Glass Beach.
  • The museum has a lot of gear, pictures, and stories of loggers in the early days of Fort Bragg. My grandfather-in-law was a logger here after WWII and it was a lot of fun to come here and match his stories to the events listed in the museum.
  • I visited here with my mom and learned how to weave on their 100 year old loom