Adamson House And Malibu Lagoon Museum48 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 03:00 pm]
You will be surprised to know how many attractions Malibu has that beckon of history. The Adamson House and Malibu Lagoon Museum is one such place, but it’s not your average gloomy museum, but a beautiful house accommodating the collectibles. Throwing light on a not-so-popular history of Malibu, this city attraction once has the Chumash Indians residing in it till the late 18th century. Other than its collections, this Spanish Colonial Revival style home is also a popular spot for weddings. There are a lot of interpretive activities you can take part in while you are touring the museum. Other than touring the museum, you can also stroll in its beautiful campus and visit a quaint souvenir shop.
Entrance Ticket Details For Adamson House And Malibu Lagoon Museum
- Given prices are for adults.
- For 6 to 16 year olds: USD 2 per person
- For 5 years and under: Free
- Cash only for all tour fees.
Adamson House And Malibu Lagoon Museum Hours
- Given timings are for guided tours for days Thursday to Saturday.
- On Tuesdays, bus tours only.
- Closed on all other days.
How to Reach Adamson House And Malibu Lagoon Museum
- Rented car
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10.57% of people who visit Malibu include Adamson House And Malibu Lagoon Museum in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
58.82% of people start their Adamson House And Malibu Lagoon Museum visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Adamson House And Malibu Lagoon Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Adamson House And Malibu Lagoon Museum
Adamson House And Malibu Lagoon Museum Reviews & Ratings
Beautiful grounds with the most intimate ocean placement. It's a quick visit but photo worthy.
Great place to visit and learn about LA's history and in particular Malibu. I would recommend to take the guided tour to the inside of the house (small fee applies). Note that pictures inside the place are not allowed, but the elaborate tile work is impressive.
Kind guides and a very nice place to get to know some malibu history.
Best place to get married on west coast
Lovely place! Was closed, however was able to wander around the exterior.