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Current Exhibits

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Mighty Oaks From Little Acorns Grow:
A Brief History of El Paso de Robles, 1859-1920
 

From Rancho to Hot Springs to Paso Robles Meets the World, this timeline provides the visitor with an understanding of why Paso Robles has always been a destination.  One is able to see the growth of the town, beginning with the discovery of the rich mineral waters of the natural springs to "being advertised as a bit of paradise of which anyone could own a piece."

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Salinan Exhibit

Salinan artifacts are displayed, courtesy of Salinan Tribe, 7070 Morro Road, Suite A, Atascadero, CA, Patti Dunton, Tribal Administrator.

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Baseball Comes to Paso
 

Baseball in Paso Robles has been around since the late 1800s. This exhibit traces the sport from early local competitions to the building of an Athletic Park so as to lure League teams to Paso Robles.   The first to arrive were the San Francisco Seals, then the Chicago White Sox, and finally the Pittsburgh Pirates, who came for Spring Training from 1924 to 1934.  

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