Founded in 1936, the Museum expanded into a cultural center in 1994, and currently houses its more than 120,000 works of art in a 93,000 square foot facility.
The museum's largest collections are in the areas of Native American art, Pre-Columbian art, Asian art, art of the Pacific, art of Africa, and Orange County history.
Paintings epitomizing California’s land, people and offerings as a place of produce and plenty
Delicate works of art carved in quartz, rock crystal, and agate gemstones
Exhibition highlighting China’s terra cotta soldiers