Edward-Dean Museum presents Cabinet of Curiosities exhibition

Edward-Dean Museum & Gardens presents Cabinet of Curiosities, an exhibition on view through Nov. 18, 2012, featuring some of the museum’s own collection.

Museum hours are 10am to 5pm Friday to Sunday. General admission is $5, 12 and under are free.

The Edward-Dean Museum opened in 1958, and was founded by Edward Eberle and Dean Stout. The Museum features late 16th to early 19th century European & Asian Decorative Arts. Dean Stout designed the interior spaces of the museum to create a home-like atmosphere with the intent to share with the visitor a first-hand experience of the ambiance of the time period. The museum and its 16-acre campus originally came under the county in 1964.

Edward-Dean Museum & Gardens
9401 Oak Glen Rd, Cherry Valley

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