For lovers of the Peanuts cartoon characters, the collection of original Peanuts art work includes original comic strips, an outdoor Snoopy Labyrinth, and a wood bas relief wall mural of the evolution of the Snoopy character from Charles Schultz' childhood beagle to the Snoopy known today.
In addition to three changing gallery spaces, the Museum has a number of permanent exhibitions including a recreation of Schultz's working area in his studio, a theater, and hands-on activities.
Family members and friends share their favorite strips and the stories behind them
Display of original strips reveal the many moods of Sally
Works celebrate the four-legged heroes who assist the disabled, search for and rescue people, and more
Discover the life of a man and his best friend through the lens of the Peanuts comic strip