Dr. Adalbert and Eva Fenyes’s 1906 Beaux-Arts mansion served as a haven and gathering place for local musicians, artists, writers, and scientists for decades. In 1970, in an effort to ensure this salon atmosphere would live on, their descendants transferred the family mansion, its gardens, and scores of original furnishings and artwork to the Pasadena Museum of History.
Docents lead tours through the rooms of the National and California Historic Landmark mansion, which once served as the Finnish Consulate. (Nearby, the Finnish Folk Art Museum resides in the estate’s former sauna and guesthouse.)
In the History Center Galleries, the staff curates rotating exhibits on local history. Outside, visitors can wander the verdant landscaped gardens that separate the History Center Galleries from the Finnish Folk Art Museum and prevent staff members from reaching each other with volleys of water balloons.
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The Pasadena Museum of California Art— located in the heart of Pasadena's historic Playhouse District— hosts both historical and contemporary exhibitions of art and design from all over the state and aims to explore cultural issues that are unique to California. The institution revels in 6,000 square feet of gallery space and even features Kenny Scharf's spray-painted murals as the Museum's permanent installation in the Kosmic Krylon parking garage.
Armory Center For The Arts in Pasadena houses a wide array of art and culture. Come see them today on a trip through this refined museum.
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Kidspace's Galvin Physics Forest is just the latest tool in the museum's quest to make learning kid-friendly. Kids learn about pressure by launching bottle rockets or about momentum by guiding a ball through a rollercoaster they constructed. The interactive exhibits mirror the entire organizations’s hands-on approach to education.
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Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.