Featuring a number of permanent and traveling exhibits, special events and boasting a stunning architectural design, no visit to Anaheim is complete without checking out the “Muzeo.” On site is the Carnegie Gallery, a historic library from 1908 and originally crafted via a $10,000 grant. It served as a library until the 1960s, then a museum in 1987 before becoming part of the complete Muzeo experience ten years ago.
The Muzeo Main Gallery expands over 25,000 square feet and encompasses the biggest art gallery venue in Anaheim. Nestled perfectly into the urban environment, there’s luxury living and shopping experiences flanking the campus. Special events are often held at the Main Gallery, which is available to rent.
Find Your “Muzeo”
The permanent exhibition features the history of Anaheim, curated before the 2007 Muzeo existed. You’ll find it in the Carnegie Library, where a variety of artifacts describe how the city came to be. Ancient Native American artifacts, 19th century vineyard and citrus tools, and more reveal the unique history of the region.
Discover one million permanent items in this one of a kind museum. You can purchase tickets for special events on site or online, but a number of areas are always free (including the Main Gallery). Plan to arrive 40 minutes before any scheduled event.