As a long time fan of the "Peanuts" comic strip, this museum was on my "bucket list". We flew into San Francisco airport & after picking up our rental car drove here in less than an hour. Upon arrival, we visited the Warm Puppy Café for a tasty & reasonably priced lunch. This museum was a delight. We spent the whole afternoon moving around the museum visiting the various exhibits. We also saw a documentary on the life of Charles Schultz in the auditorium. We were also very impressed by the staff of volunteers here. All in bright yellow vests, all friendly & helpful. One volunteer we had a lovely conversation with was wheel chair bound & had been a volunteer since 2002 & she offered a wealth of information. It was like having our own private tour! Of special interest was "Sparky's" studio moved from his home into the museum as well as the original wall of the Schultz's children moved into the museum with paintings of primitive Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy & Linus. After visiting the museum I felt a little sad that my grandchildren are growing up in a world without Charles Schultz. If I didn't live across the country, I would definitely would become a supporting member of this wonderful institution.
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