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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.
American Editions
2734 Spring St, Redwood City, CA 94063
American Editions is both art studio and provider of museum quality prints for the art community. They offer fine artMore scanning and proofing. American Editions is also the local art world's supplier of professional paper and canvas.  
McKinley Institute of Technology
400 Duane St, Redwood City, CA 94062

MIT is a middle school highly focused on integrating technology into every classroom. Teaching grades 6 throughMore 8, the school requires applicants to participate in this progressive environment.

Recently, the school partnered with Apple to lease 500 computers. This adds to its 30-station iMac lab, a 15-station Mac lab and a 30-station PC lab. In addition to the computer labs, there are five to 10 computers in every classroom. All classrooms have Internet and cable television. Technology such as video cameras, digital cameras, scanners, projection hardware and audio equipment are available for students. Software for the students includes Appleworks, Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Claris Home Page, Dreamweaver, Inspiration, iMovie and Adobe PhotoShop. 

Its partners include the Tech Museum of Innovation and Oracle's Think.com—a secure online community where students can learn over the Internet. 

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