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HISTORICAL MUSEUMS

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LOWER LAKE HISTORIC SCHOOLHOUSE MUSEUM

16435 Main Street, Lower Lake, CA, United States

The Schoolhouse Museum, built in 1877 and renovated and opened as a museum in 1993, hosts an interesting collection of artifacts relating to schools and education in rural Lake County.

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18176 Hidden Valley Road, Hidden Valley Lake, CA, United States

THE STONE HOUSE MUSEUM

A California registered landmark, the Stone House Museum is the oldest building in Lake County. Stone House was built in 1853 to replace the crude log cabin headquarters of the 21,200-acre Guenoc land grant. It contained all of Coyote Valley, from current Spruce Grove Road almost to Middletown, stretching southeast to include the lands that became Guenoc/Langtry vineyards.

 

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GIBSON MUSEUM AND CULTURAL CENTER

Gibson Museum and Cultural Center, Calistoga Road, Middletown, CA, United States

The Gibson Museum and Cultural Center’s is the newest addition to Lake County’s museum offerings. Its mission to preserve and share the local cultural and economic heritage of southern Lake County – both Native American prehistory and the development of critical industries by early European settlers

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