About the Exhibition
Set alongside the Autry Garden, the California Road Trip room is a destination for rest and inspiration. Through the panoramic and close-up dual projection film, visitors are invited to discover California’s most scenic and varied landscapes and biomes. Sights include: the extreme desert climate of Death Valley, the lowest point in North America; the idyllic ocean bluffs of Big Sur and the central coastline, an exemplary feature of California's topography; the starry skies of Joshua Tree; the majestic giants of the California Redwoods, the tallest trees in the world; and the supreme elevation and jagged granite faces of Mt. Whitney, unforgivingly the highest summit in the contiguous United States, reaching 14,505 feet into the clouds.
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Presented as part of the Autry’s California Continued project.
California Continued Sponsors
Another Project to Improve California Museums funded by the 2006 Clean Water Bond Act • California Continued is made possible through the generous support of Cindy and Alan Horn • Human Nature is presented by Bank of America • Support for Human Nature is provided by Marian and Ted Craver/Edison International • Support for The Life and Work of Mabel McKay is provided by the Paloheimo Foundation and Seven Post Investment Office.