The Haggin Museum
The Haggin museum, located in Stockton’s Victory Park, was opened in 1928 due in large part to a donation from the McKee family (the museum is named after Mrs Mckee’s father, Louis Haggin). Half art museum, half history museum, the Haggin hosts several art galleries as well as a rather detailed history of Stockton.
The fireplace gives this room a kind of Crocker Art feel.
That is some impressive farm equipment. Could fit right in at the Heidrick Ag History Center.
Awesome-O-Meter: 4 Awesomes I have to admit, The Haggin Museum is a pretty nifty place, which I really wasn’t expecting to find in the middle of the valley (shows me for assuming). The combination of art and history is a nice balance and I like the Leyendecker Gallery so much that it gets a half awesome for that alone.