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We’re restoring the Maag Farmhouse!

After 30 years of waiting, the Maag Farmhouse will finally be restored to it’s Colonial Revival glory! The nearly 6,000 sq.ft. home is being rehabilitated to house brand new exhibit and conference space, beginning with the ground floor as Phase 1.

And what’s on the calendar for the newly restored space?

Opening October 5, 2014

(click on the image below to watch a brief video)

The inaugural exhibition, Journey Stories, is a collaboration between Museum on Main Street and Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) and has been made possible in California with support from Exhibit Envoy and the United States Congress. Heritage Museum of OC is one of six California locations selected to present this exhibition.

Join us and become a part of this new era for Heritage Museum of Orange County and it’s place in the world of history museums.

Contact Jim Eckel at (714) 540-0404×239 or via email at to join the project!

IMAGES: (Left) Passengers boarding an airplane, Travel editors board an airplane during a tour of Tennessee 1957. Courtesy of Tennessee State Library and Archives. (Top Right) Rosen vacation with tent over car, The Rosen family vacations in the Valley of the Fires, New Mexico, 1969. Photo by Louis Rosen. Courtesy of the Rosen Family. (Bottom Right) Maag Farmhouse Courtesy of Matthew Saville Photography.



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