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Pacific Asia Museum

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The Pacific Asia Museum began as the home and museum of Grace Nicholson, a noted collector of American Indian and Asian art and artifacts. The Museum began in 1924 and served as the Pasadena Museum of Art from 1943 to 1969, and became the Pacific Asia Museum in 1971.

The building is California Registered Historical Landmark Number 988.


Address:
46 N Los Robles Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 449-2742

(at this moment, the building is closed for renovation, but should reopen in 1017)

Exterior

Entrance





Gallery
Ceramics
Ceramics




Korea
Korea.
Korea
Korea.
Garden
Garden

Through a Window
Garden








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