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Museum of American Heritage
1009 Charter St, Redwood City, CA 94063
Museum of American Heritage is now located in Redwood City. The museum demonstrates the evolution of technology throughMore history, design and other social elements. MOAH was founded by Frank Livermore in 1990, along with several other private collectors. It has tours on the weekends and has many interesting exhibits on display, and rotating special exhibits are featured often. It also has guest speakers and family events. Check out the Web site for the schedule.   
San Mateo County History Museum
2200 Broadway St, Redwood City, CA 94063
The San Mateo County History Museum preserves the dynamic and diverse history of the county inside the old San MateoMore County Courthouse. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Inside, the museum hosts exhibits as well as regular tours, lectures, discussions and family and educational programs. Exhibits feature interactive kiosks, video cameras, microphones and learning-lab gadgets for an interactive experience. The museum is also available to rent for special occasions like banquets and weddings.
VKK Signmakers
812 Sweeney Ave, Redwood City, CA 94063
Founded in 1989, VKK Signmakers specializes in quality architectural signage. Its portfolio includes corporate identity,More exhibit signage, interior and exterior signage, donor recognition and public art. It takes pride in finding cost effective solutions while challenging themselves creatively. Some examples of its work is the eBay signage and the McCroskey storefront signage in Palo Alto. It services include design, programming, permitting, manufacturing and installation.
Society of Western Artists Gallery
2625 Broadway St, Redwood City, CA 94063
With more than 300 artists in seven juried exhibitions every year, the Society of Western Artists Gallery showcases workMore by professionals in the field of fine art. Artists featured in exhibitions include Bob Gerbracht, Diana Jaye, Michael Rodman, Linda Harris, Duke Collins, Joyce Barron Leopardo, Carrie Drillling, Myrna Wacknov, Tom Ayers and Stephanie Getzler. In addition to exhibitions, the gallery also holds workshops instructed by artists. Workshops and instructional classes include courses on watercolors, oil, oil and pastel, oil impasto and plein air oil. The gallery has space for rent and is available for receptions and private events. Free demonstrations are held on the third Saturday of every January, February and March. Membership is open to all artists and the gallery is open to the public. The website features sample artwork from artists who teach courses and workshops at the gallery and other artists who have displayed prized exhibits held at this location.