The Packing District is one of the most popular destinations in Anaheim: with craft beer and more choices of cuisine than you can count, what’s not to love? But don’t let your visit begin and end with your dining experience! Just around the corner from the Packing House is Muzeo- a museum and cultural center that offers both free and paid exhibits. We recently took line 10 to Muzeo to give you the inside scoop on what it’s all about.
The free exhibit building that Muzeo offers has both a permanent and a revolving exhibit. In the History of Anaheim permanent exhibit, you can see many mementos of Anaheim’s rich history, while learning more about the past of the city. View everything from real tools used by Anaheim residents in the 1880’s to vintage Disneyland ticket booklets.
They also recently finished a successful run of an exhibit called Brush Strokes, which featured works from Korean artist Dr. Young Hoon Kim, a local resident and dentist. A new free exhibit featuring the Anaheim Art Association will open on September 2nd.
This building also offers free special events, such as author readings and book signings as well as Lunch & Learns. Go to Muzeo’s website to see the schedule.
I highly recommend paying the $10 admission fee ($9 for students, seniors, and military, and $6 for children) to see their newest exhibit: Deconstructing Liberty. Featuring fourteen artists, it tells the story of the struggles that Latin Americans face today, both in their
mother countries and after immigrating to the U.S. The poignant and emotional pieces tell a story of struggle, perseverance, and bravery.
Take ART line 10 to visit Muzeo today!