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Located at the Archives Plaza light rail stop, the Museum is just one block away from the State Capital on the corner of 10th and O Streets. © 2015 California Museum. All rights reserved.Constitution Wall, Sacramento's largest piece of public art, is over 6 stories tall. © 2015 California Museum. All rights reserved."The Promise," a ceiling mural by George Tepes, located in the Museum's Hall of Promise gallery. © 2015 California Museum. All rights reserved.California's golden film age is highlighted in the permanent installation, "The Alhambra Theater," which includes artifacts from the original Sacramento movie palace. © 2015 California Museum. All rights reserved.The Museum is also home of the official California Hall of Fame, which began in 2006 as an official award from the Governor of California and an annual gala for the nonprofit institution. © 2015 California Museum. All rights reserved."Uprooted! Japanese Americans During WWII," one of the Museum's permanent exhibits, features replica barracks and a watchtower, giving visitors the opportunity to experience life behind barb wire. © 2015 California Museum. All rights reserved.Reproduction of a barrack inside of the Museum's "Uprooted! Japanese Americans During WWII" exhibit. © 2015 California Museum. All rights reserved.Over 50,000 students tour the Museum annually on school field trips aligning with state standards on social science, history and the arts.  © 2015 California Museum. All  rights reserved.

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