Sunday, May 4, 2014 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
Play a traditional American Indian game with American Indian Families Partnership (AIFP) cultural educator John Bradley (Cherokee/Comanche).
The History of Wells Fargo & Company is inseparable from the history of the American West. The stagecoach and six horses – the symbol that is synonymous with Wells Fargo – recalls a time when the stagecoach was the dominant means of long-distance transportation and communication.
The Motoring Explorer – Philip Johnston and the American Southwest: The rise of auto tourism played out in the Auto Club’s member magazine—originally titled Touring Topics before a name change to Westways in 1934—especially in the work of Philip Johnston, the author of 120 articles between 1925 and 1962.
Capturing California’s Romantic Past – The Watercolor Works of Eva Scott Fenyes: This online exhibition features slideshows and stories behind 56 watercolors of California adobes by Eva Scott Fenyes in the Autry’s collection.
The Colt Revolver in the American West: This online exhibition features slideshows and the stories behind 130 Colt artifacts in the Autry's collection.
Spanish Songs of Old California: This online exhibition focuses on Charles Lummis’s turn-of-the-century project to preserve, by recording, the traditional music of Southwestern Indian and Hispanic cultures.
History and Cultures of Mexico and the Southwest: The Autry National Center’s permanent collection of colonial Latin American artifacts includes objects that exemplify the material culture of New Spain's northern frontier or "borderlands."
More Than a Dream – Aviation Development in Southern California: An online exhibition from the collections of the Automobile Club of Southern California Archives.
Help the Autry raise $66,000 for a new museum exhibition and programs about Route 66, America's legendary road from Chicago to Los Angeles.
Art review: Floral Journey at Autry shows beadwork with deep meaning (Los Angeles Times)
If you're into the development of the West, the gold rush, the history of L.A … this place is pretty cool.– Michael G., Yelp
Closed Mondays except Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Presidents’ Day, when admission is free.
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* Tours are not available on the first two Sundays of the month.
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