After a year of design and planning, you can see the twenty two new multi-sensory and interactive exhibits at the House of Happy Walls museum celebrating the adventurous and inspiring story of Jack London and his wife, Charmian. The exhibition, designed by the Sibbett Group, explore Jack as a true pioneer of his time: a writer, conservationist , organic farmer and humanitarian, and organizer of equality and opportunity. The expansive second floor of the museum shares the story of Jack’s wife, Charmian, and the profound impact she had on his life. Exhibits highlight the London’s legacy, spanning more than his literary career to include: poverty and physical toil, political activism, adventure of the highest order, animal rights, photojournalism, agricultural innovation and the moving story of love and partnership with his wife Charmian.
November 10th they will cut the ribbon to unveil the revitalized museum and continue our celebration throughout the weekend with a full schedule of events. Join us!