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Celebrate the life of Charles M. Schulz, learn more about your favorite Peanuts characters, and build an understanding of cartoonists and cartoon art.
C.M.S. museum has something for everyone; it is for both kids and adults
awesome place to visit
Got a library card? Many local libraries offer Discover and Go passes to this museum (and others) using your library card. Check it out.
Home to Peanuts characters, like Charlie Brown and Snoopy. Stop by for museum, ice skatting and food. Fun for everyone.
AAA Discount $1 off adult admission!
Goto gift shop and look for a one dollar off coupon from admission fee
A very family friendly place to visit
Japanese artist Yoshiteru Otani designed a tile mural that covers the south wall of the Great Hall. It features an image of Lucy holding the football and is composed of 3,588 comic strip images.
The museum is located in the heart of Sonoma County where Charles Schulz lived, worked and created more than 50 years of Peanuts.
Ken Ogden is the best guide and all the staff is wonderful! I felt very welcomed during my 1st visit there today. ;)
Liked the Peanuts model airplanes by Condor Airline in the shop!
get in touch with comic history =D
$5 admission with a student ID
Worth the visit here.
Movies show all day as part of admission--come early for more movies!
great! awesome !! i want to go!!
one of my fav places
Save the movie for last so you can sit a spell
Use your AAA discount for $1 off admission.
This is a must-see for any Peanuts fan. Don't forget to walk across the street for the ice rink and gift shop!
What a great museum if u are a Peanuts fan! Helpful staff and very clean. A must see!!
Fun place to volunteer and fun for visit at as well.
Best feature: two-story-high mosaic of a classic Charlie Brown scene made from over 3,000 Peanuts strips printed on ceramic tiles. Museum Mondays: special mornings for children aged 1-5.
a great place to get inspired about doing something you love over a lifetime...
Love Snoopy & the gang? Great place to visit with the kids.
Get a beagle burger with a rootbeer float - it's worth the calories!
Pick up a discount card from the welcome center for a buck off.
Cashier lacks customer service.
Across the ballpark is where the actual studio was/is :) pics coming soon