Looking for a Fun Place for Kids to learn and enjoy?
Nestled in the city of Burbank, the Martial Arts History Museum is designed as an Asian educational, cultural, and artistic experience, it is a place 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 a historical look at American history with sections on the History of Anime, Martial Arts in America, and Media arts including Hollywood films, tv, and magazines. The Martial Arts History Museum is something the whole family can enjoy and it is a great place for home school kids and public school kids to get an education about Asian history and write book reports about it. It is affordable and convenient.
Museum “Grand Re-Opening” Sept. 18
It has been over a year since the Governor ordered that all museums be closed to the public. Now, that closure has been lifted and we are able to open up. To bring people back to the museum, we are having a special “Grand Re-Opening” of the museum on Sept. 18 at 1 pm. With a ribbon-cutting from some of the biggest icons in the martial arts, you will enjoy a full day of festivities. From Chinese lion dancing to singers to celebrity Q&A to martial arts movements.
This is a great time to help the museum to get back on its feet after so long in closure. It’s $10 for the entrance but we encourage a little more giving as we try to re-coup. This is going to be a pot luck event so please donate some food for all to enjoy.
If you cannot make it, please make a donation to help continue the museum. CLICK HERE
THE MARTIAL ARTS HISTORY MUSEUM:
TO SERVE AND BENEFIT OUR COMMUNTIES
The Martial Arts History Museum can be described in a lot of ways: 1) We are an educational facility teaching about history, 2) We are primarily an Asian museum sharing the positive impact the martial arts made in America, 3) Understanding Asian culture and tradition and how martial arts became part of American history. However, one of the other important things about the museum is that it is a benefit to the local community. From blood drives to uniforms and equipment to low-income families, to working with those physically and mentally challenged to hosting senior groups to conducting seminars on self-improvement including how to use the internet to earn funds or how to write a book or how we can work together against #AsianHate. The museum is more than just the “home for the martial arts worldwide,” it is a place that is an asset to Burbank, Glendale, Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley, and beyond. It is fully supported by your donations.
NOTE: The Museum will be closed the following days: August 19, 20, 21 & 22, 2021
It’s important that we do all we can to help the martial arts community grow. Through this page, we will provide workforce development and special tips that will help you and your business grow.
Coming this February, the greatest martial artists in the world gather together to share their techniques, movements and their personal method of fighting in an ongoing course to support the Museum.
The Martial Arts School Owners Group is available free-of-charge on Facebook. Created by School Owner Fariborz Azhakh, this is a terrific way for school owners to keep in touch and share information.
MAKE YOUR PLANS TO
VISIT THE MUSEUM
Looking for the “Best Museums in Los Angeles”, then you will love the Martial Arts History Museum. 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.
NEW, CULTURAL FIELD TRIP
FOR SCHOOLS TO ENJOY
Plan your next “field trip” for the Martial Arts History Museum. We provide “Unified School District Tours”, “Home School Tours”, “Special Education Tours”, “Senior Tours”, and more. The Museum is also a great place for “After School Activities”, “YMCA Events”, “Boys & Girls Clubs”, and a Fun Place for Kids to Enjoy. 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. Affordable group rate.
MONTHLY EVENTS FOR THE
The Martial Arts History Museum hosts a variety of unique events and seminars twice a month. From Honor Days, movie screenings, anime exhibits, Asian artistry, 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.
GET “BEHIND THE SCENES”
& MORE WITH PATREON
If you want to know more about the Museum, get the behind the scenes of their projects, keep updated on things that are happening and get special videos that only a rare few get to see, then PATREON.COM is for you. If you believe in the museum and support museum president Michael Matsuda’s effort to keep our history alive, then we invite you to show your support through our new “PATREON” page. Click Here for more info.
Enjoy the release of the Museum’s first children’s book, “The Adventures of Ichi & His Friend”. With characters created and represent the Martial Arts History Museum, it is now available on Amazon. CLICK HERE
DRAGONFEST IS CANCELED
This governor has ordered all events, including Dragonfest, closed. DRAGONFEST.COM
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 have a great time exploring how Asian history became part of American history through film, tv, animation and more. 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.
The Museum would like to extend its gratitude for the following foundations, organizations and larger contributors:
Another unique way to support the MARTIAL ARTS HISTORY MUSEUM is through buying your Amazon products through the Amazon Smile program:
• Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the Martial Arts History Museum whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.
• You can select the museum, a charitable organization, after signing in.
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• Support your charitable organization by starting your shopping at smile.amazon.com.
CLICK HERE to register the Martial Arts History Museum as your charitable organization today!
ENJOY OUR OFFICIAL MUSEUM BOOKS
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The Characters of the Museum are Official Trademarks of the Museum.