Anaheim: A Walk Through Local History
Complimentary Admission in the Carnegie Gallery
This historical exhibition was curated by the Anaheim Museum prior to the creation of Muzeo in 2007.
It is housed in the historic 1908 Carnegie Library building, and provides a storehouse of artifacts that highlight the history of Anaheim and the surrounding area.Artifacts in the exhibition range from fossil findings and ancient Indian wares to 19th-Century winery and citrus-farming tools, along with display cases filled with treasures from Anaheim and Orange County’s past. The exhibition has a unique collection of items that once belonged to the city’s founders and leaders, as well as memorabilia from Disneyland, Anaheim Stadium and other historic locations.
Wednesday — Sunday: 10am to 5pm
Monday— Tuesday: Closed
The Carnegie Library in Anaheim, California is a Carnegie Library building built in 1908 and is the only remaining Andrew Carnegie-financed public library left standing in Orange County. It was a public library until 1963. During the 1970s it served as the personnel office for the City of Anaheim, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. It is now one of the buildings of the Muzeo, a museum of local culture, history and art.
ANAHEIM HERITAGE CENTER
Part of the Anaheim Public Library system, the Anaheim Heritage Center is located adjacent to Muzeo’s Main Gallery. Opened in 1967, this history room contains almost a million items organized and cataloged for use by scholars, students and researchers. Trained library personnel are on hand and available to offer assistance. Please visit their website for more information.
Mondays: Noon to 9pm
Tuesday – Friday: 11am to 6pm
Closed Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays