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Haggin Museum

The Haggin Museum is an art and history museum that has been referred to by Sunset magazine as, “One of the under-sung gems of California.” Its art collection features works by such noted 19th-century painters as Albert Bierstadt, Rosa Bonheur, and William-Adolphe Bouguereau; as well as many other American and European artists, such as J.C. Leyendecker. The museum features an extensive local history exhibit and gift shop. The Haggin Museum features exhibits on local and regional history, hosts traveling history and art exhibits, and invites the public to special events including late night Thursday events every 1st and 3rd Thursday with wine and food and hands-on activities for children ages 5-12 every 2nd Saturday of the month.
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Stockton - Stocked Full of Flavor

Discover why Stockton, California is "Stocked Full of Flavor"

University of the Pacific

Stockton, California is proud to be the home of the first chartered University in California. Pacific was established by pioneering Methodist ministers in 1851 as California's first chartered institution of higher learning. University of the Pacific is an independent, coeducational university serving more than 6,400 students on three campuses in Stockton, San Francisco and Sacramento. Pacific has earned widespread recognition for its deep commitment to teaching and learning, its history of innovation, and the accomplishments of its 55,000 living alumni. Take a campus tour of this beautiful campus!
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Bob Hope (Fox) Theatre

The Bob Hope (Fox California) Theatre in Downtown Stockton, built in 1930, was one of only two "movie palaces" in the Central Valley. Today its 2,042 seats are host to year-round live theatre, musicals, concerts, family events, classic cinema and comedy. The Bob Hope Theatre is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and features a marble mosaic floor that encompasses a 1,200 square foot space in the center of the lobby. This marble was imported from Italy and the mosaic was designed by a Canadian artist. The Theatre also features a 1928 Robert Morton theater organ, which caem from the Seattle Fox Theatre which closed over 40 years ago. This organ was restored and donated to the theatre by The Friends of the Fox, a volunteer organization that has been instrumental in preserving the theatre. Check out their website for the calendar of the latest events coming to the Bob Hope Theatre!
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