What’s Inside a Martial Arts History Museum?
A non-profit organization, the Martial Arts History Museum is designed as an educational, cultural and artistic experience in which visitors and young people can learn about each of the different Asian countries (China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, the Philippines, etc.) and how martial arts played a significant role in their culture, history and traditions. The Martial Arts History Museum is something the whole family can enjoy from traditional Japanese Samurai, Theodore Roosevelt studying judo, Chinese lions, our step into the Olympics to such items as the Karate Kid headband, Mortal Kombat shield, etc.
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Our goal is to make the Martial Arts History Museum fun for both men and women, boys and girls. The Martial Arts History Museum is about history, artistry and more. It is a glimpse into Asian history and the positive influence the martial arts has had on West society. It is a look at how the martial arts plays a unique role in culture and tradition.
The Martial Arts History Museum was designed by the artists of the Walt Disney Company, Dreamworks, The Simpsons and Halloween professionals who kindly donated their time and services to make the Martial Arts History Museum an enjoyable place for the whole family. Type is large, walls are colorful and photos are blown up similar to the features seen at Disneyland.
The Museum provides a self-guided tour and if you read and watch all the videos, it will take a minimum of 40 minutes (some people have taken 3 hours). Flash photography and videos are permitted and encouraged in the Museum. You will learn about things you never imagined.
The Martial Arts History Museum is an excellent place for large groups and special visitations. From martial arts schools, unified school districts and home schools, the Martial Arts History Museum has so much to offer and kids have a fun time actually learning about history.
For group rates, please try and visit the Martial Arts History Museum either Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. We try not to book group tours when the Museum is open to the public. We need to be notified at least 2 weeks in advance in order to prepare for the large group. The Martial Arts History Museum provides an hour long visit which includes a tour, scavenger hunts for the kids and a special rate. The Martial Arts History Museum is able to accommodate Senior Groups, Physically and Mentally challenged groups as well.
We offer group rates for 20 or more.
Events and Seminars
The Martial Arts History Museum hosts a variety of unique events and seminars every other weekend. From special screenings, Samurai history, language workshops, sushi seminars, animation drawings, craft displays, martial art demonstrations to sword cutting performances, makes the facility a place to visit frequently. We have great seminars because so many kind people want to give back to the arts that have helped them succeed in life and they are so wonderful to donate their time and effort. For our special events, please visit the Martial Arts History Museum’s events page on this website. Events are added quite often so please check the site frequently.