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
90+ masterpieces of arms and armor from the Museo Stibbert of Florence
Delicate works of art carved in quartz, rock crystal, and agate gemstones
Exhibition highlighting China’s terra cotta soldiers
Works celebrate a country's artistry and boundless creativity