What’s Inside a Martial Arts History Museum?
A non-profit 501(c)(3) 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. It also provides an historical look at American history with sections on the History of Anime, Martial Arts in America and Media arts including film, tv and magazines. The Martial Arts History Museum is something the whole family can enjoy from traditional Japanese Samurai, Theodore Roosevelt studying judo, Chinese lions, to such items as the Karate Kid headband, Mortal Kombat shield, etc.
FATHER’S DAY: Treat your dad to somewhere special, like the Martial Arts History Museum.
Visit The Martial Arts Museum
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. It is not a who’s who, it is not a sports museum, rather, it is about history, culture, art, music and tradition and how Asian history became part of American history.
July 9, 2016 is the biggest and most professional convention on the West Coast. Filled with Anime artists, martial arts celebrities, film production companies, toys, weapons, book authors, arts & crafts, jewelry and more. This is the biggest event of the year and we asking all to come and support the Museum by attending Dragonfest. CLICK HERE
If you are looking for a change in field trip destinations, the Martial Arts History Museum is an excellent alternative. We continually hosts a number of tours from unified schools districts, home schools, special education schools, seniors and martial arts schools. Tours take approximately 1 hour to enjoy. They include time to enjoy the Museum, a docent-led tour PLUS a fun Scavenger Hunt to earn a Museum sticker. We provide an extremely affordable group rate.
Ewart Chin Day
Let’s all gather together at the Museum, this June 11, 2016, to celebrate the life of one of the premier Kung Fu practitioners in America. He the associate producer for the Martial Arts Kid movie and a strong supporter of the Museum. Plus, he’s a very, very cool guy, join us as we honor Ewart at the Museum. It’s only $10.
Events and Seminars
The Martial Arts History Museum hosts a variety of unique events and seminars twice a month. From Honor Days, 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 some fantastic events that you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Please visit the Martial Arts History Museum’s events page.
A new line of Museum t-shirts has just been released. Two dozen unique designs that we know you will love. From kid sizes to womens sizes to adults, we’ve got our connection through Amazon so you can be assured of a fast delivery. There are many different colors to choose from so don’t be shy.
Learn About Culture and History
The Martial Arts History Museum is an exciting place for the entire family to enjoy. Even if you’ve never done martial arts in your life, you will enjoy exploring how Asian history became part of American history. Artifacts include several Japanese Samurai, a unique look as the artistry of the Ninja or trans the roots of anime through our animation timeline.
If you enjoy movies and television, you will love our flim/tv timeline tracing roots to Anna May Wong and Akira Kurasawa’s epic film, the Seven Samurai. It takes close to an hour to visit the museum and scheduled tours are available.