Three awesome things to do in Roseville with you grand kids
Going to a new place is worthless without learning at least a bit about its history, people, and cultural life. There is a lot happening in Roseville, and there are many attractions to attend and museums to visit. So not to get lost in this variety, here are some of the most interesting places you have to visit in Roseville CA to learn about It in an interesting way. Below are the staffs top 3 places to take the grandkids.
Blue Line Arts
This not-for-profit organization has been a significant part of Roseville cultural life for more than 40 years. Blue Line Arts provide group and individual exhibitions with local, regional and national representation. For family and kids, fun here is ongoing art opportunities. The shows here are high quality, sometimes provoking but always interesting. This gallery doesn’t have the “amateur” feeling that typical membership or co-op galleries may have.
Maidu Museum and Historic Site
Shielded by oak trees as well as bordered by the Linda Creek/Strap Ravine, this nature location offers a loophole path that takes you back to the culture of the Nisenan Maidu lived here thousands of years. In Maidu Museum you will get a chance to see the lasting bedrock mortar holes, rock art – petroglyphs and other evidence of Nisenan life. Make your learning exciting – watch interactive exhibits, displays and two art galleries showcasing contemporary California Indian art that changes throughout the year.
Roseville Telephone Museum
Come learn a little bit of history at one of the most extensive collections of antique telephones and memorabilia in the nation from late 1800 to the modern era. In Roseville Telephone Museum you may even see some working examples of manual switchboards and electromechanical switches that can be demonstrated, plus interesting diorama-type displays.
If you are interested in old telephones, communications, and/or local history, this is well worth the visit. If you are interested in railroads, the museum is adjacent to a large rail yard and obtains some railroad communication equipment on display.
Admission is free!