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Bowers Museum of Cultural Art, Santa Ana
Categories: Children’s Museums, Art Museums, Museums
Travel around the world in one visit to Bowers Museum of Cultural Art, showcasing cultures from Africa, South Pacific, Asia, Native America, and more. Browse over 60 exhibits on subjects like mummies, the Forbidden City, and even the Terracotta Warriors. Must-see highlights include Old West photographs by Adams, Curtis, and Weston, as well as temple murals by a Buddhist monk. Pick up an audio guide at the entrance for more in-depth explanations of each display. Put Bowers Museum of Cultural Art and other Santa Ana attractions into our Santa Ana itinerary planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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It cost me 15$. I was not disappointed. The richness is in the artifacts they have on display. It spans from Egyptian to Asian culture as well as local Hispanic culture. It is a must see if your in th... read more »
First time here but what a delight. What lovely and precious exhibits. It is a special place and a treat to go there. There are some seasonal exhibits and then there are permanent ones. I recommend no... read more »
I have been a member for several years, and my wife and I enjoy visiting at least twice a month for a relaxing museum experience.........first rate restaurant and wonderful gift shop.
I've been to this museum a few times and I have always been happy. We have seen the Terra Cotta Warriors and mummies that are thousands of years old. We live in Riverside and it's surprising how quick we can actually get there and back. My 6 year old has a great time while learning. Theres nothing better than that!
Mummies round the world was really coolio, but my fav was the islanders exhibition, theys really crazee.
Great local museum. Great shows. But still really small. Also has 4 pokestops!
Great Mummies of the World Exhibit! Loved it. Need to go back more often & see the exhibits coming up!
This is a great small museum. The temporary shows are always worth a look. We've been going since my college-age nephew was 5 or 6 when we went to see Egyptian mummies. Good times.
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