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Santa Cruz Surfing Museum
|General Agency Information|
|Name:||Santa Cruz Surfing Museum|
|Address:||701 West Cliff Drive|
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
|Description:||Hours of operation between July 4 and Labor Day:
Wednesday-Monday, 10am to 5pm.
Open Thursday through Monday, noon to 4pm the rest of the year.
Located at the Mark Abbott Memorial Lighthouse at Lighthouse Point on West Cliff Drive near Pelton Ave. Overlooking internationally renowned surfing hotspot Steamer Lane, this little gem of a museum has photographs, surfboards, and other interesting items tracing over 100 years of surfing history in Santa Cruz. The gift shop specializes in great surfing related items. Staffed by friends of the Santa Cruz Surfing Club, who have surfed the waves since 1930. For more information call (831) 420-6289.
FEES: Suggested donation $1.00
FUNDING: In January of 2009, the City Council directed Parks and Recreation staff to work with the Santa Cruz Surfing Club Preservation society to keep the Museum open to the public. Donations may be made to the SCSCPS at PO Box 3634 Santa Cruz, CA 95063.
|Mission:||The SCSCPS is a California Non Profit 501 (c) (3) Benefit Corporation and each volunteer member upholds the mission and intent as follows:
To protect and preserve our rich surfing heritage and to ensure historical artifacts are maintained and preserved for the enjoyment and education of current and future generations.
|Programs:||The Santa Cruz Surfing Club Preservation Society (SCSCPS) invites you to contribute to the Santa Cruz Surfing Museum. Please make your donations and contributions to:
Post Office Box 5366
Santa Cruz, CA
|Languages other than English:||None|
|Accommodations for Disabled:||Call for Information|
|Public Transportation:||Call for information|
|Eligibility:||Open to All|
|Fees:||See Description Notes|
|Areas Served:||Santa Cruz County|
|Physical Location:||Santa Cruz|
|Funding Source:||See Description Notes|
Local/Regional History Museums
|This record last modified October 23, 2014|