The Best Landmarks in Lancaster

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557 W Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA 93534

Since 1888

Museums, Places of Interest, Tourist Information, Programs, Attractions, City, Village and Township Government, Landmark, Historic Preservation, Historical Timeline, Architecture Buildings, Historical Building, Observation Deck, Collections, Exhibitions, Events, Historical Places, Event Rentals, Library, Summer Camps & Guided Tours

It is downtown Lancaster's oldest surviving structure - Currently on view are many early Antelope Valley photographs and historical items as well as mock hotel rooms and an outdoor garden

11:00 am - 4:00 pm on the second and fourth Sat and accompanying Fri of each month

Great place to take the kids for a little local history lesson. This historic hotel is one of the oldest standing structures in the Antelope Valley. Built around 1888 it still possesses the feel of the 1800's with artifacts and historical photos of the area. Check the open days as its only open 4 days a month. It's very cool.
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15701 East Avenue M (between East 150th & 170th streets), Lancaster, CA 93535

Since 1920

Museum, Exhibits, Guided Programs, Available by Reservation, Nature Trail, Gift Shop, Picnic Area, Special Events, Historic Park, Nature Trail, A Picnic Area, An Outdoor Ceremonial Arena, Self-Guided Tour, Educational Seminars, Native American Food, Special Activities for Children, Traditional Dances & Other Programs

Kids age 12 and under are free - Over 8,000 objects representing 120 American Indian cultures from California - The chalet-style structure was built over the rock formation of Piute Butte in the Mojave Desert

Price: $3 Adults

Sat & Sun : 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Mon - Fri : Closed

Place is full of Native American artifacts, articles and way of life stories. Found the rangers to be friendly and knowledgeable. This valley was widely used as a trading route amongst the native tribes. Such traits of artifacts are shown and mapped out. The structure was originally a home in the 1930's that became a museum. There is a small 1/2 mile trail you can hike and also visit small cottages which are homes for the rangers.

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665 W. Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA 93534

Since 1986

Museum, Programs, Collection, Preservation, Exhibition, Interpretation Works, Art and Historical Artifacts, Rentals Facility, Events, Field Trips, Camps, Educational Programs, Arts for Youth, Discover Trunks, Publications, Young Artist Workshops, Joshua The Jackrabbit & Andrew Frieder Creative Space Programs

Free Admission - The Museum consists of three floors and 20,000 square feet of programmable space - Exhibitions that are especially relevant to the Antelope Valley have included shows on aircraft and space travel as well as displays on the industries

Tue - Wed, Fri - Sun : 11:00 am - 6:00 pm Thu : 11:00 am - 8:00 pm Mon : Closed

I was very impressed with the Lancaster Museum of Art and History. They had a great exhibit of British Artists. The museum is a good size for a stop in while strolling the wonderfully designed pedestrian friendly downtown. The City of Lancaster planned their downtown very well, integrating music along the sidewalks, visually appealing center median parking, a farmers market, and many thriving shops and restaurants.

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