Welcome to the Fullerton Museum Center!
Home of the Leo Fender Gallery
Voted "Best Art Museum" by the OC Weekly
The Fullerton Museum Center presents the best in multidisciplinary exhibitions and educational programs in the areas of history, science, art and humanities. The main goals of FMC are to present exhibitions and activities which stimulate dialogue, promote critical and creative thinking, and serve as vehicles to learn about ourselves and our world.
Sharks: On Assignment with Brian Skerry
Opening Reception: August 24, 2019
On display through November 3, 2019 Sharks: On Assignment with Brian Skerry will plunge visitors into the underwater world of sharks, presenting a comprehensive body of photographic work, highlighting Skerry's unique combination of passion, skill, and technique. The exhibit will introduce visitors to several shark species and explore what makes these deep-sea dwellers unique, important, and increasingly, endangered.
Building Guitars, Making History: Leo Fender Stories
From modest beginnings at his Fullerton radio repair shop, Leo Fender presided over what became the largest musical instrument empire in the world. His electric guitars, amplifiers, and keyboards set the standard for the industry. His ideas formed the basis for the almost limitless possibilities of sound in music that today most people take for granted.
Thousands of people have worked for Fender at factories, storefronts and offices over the years, producing top quality instruments with the Fender name. This exhibit tells some of those stories from the boots on the ground, Leo's many employees who toiled to make musical dreams come true.
City of Fullerton
Fullerton Museum Center
301 N. Pomona Avenue | Fullerton, CA 92832
(714) 738-6545 FMC@cityoffullerton.com