MOAH Invites Residents to Enjoy New Permanent Exhibit at the Western Hotel Museum
Visitors Encouraged to take a Glimpse at Historic Lancaster
The Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH) invites the public to celebrate the rich history of Lancaster with the Western Hotel Museum’s new permanent exhibit, Exploring the Past: A Glimpse at Historic Lancaster.
The exhibition showcases historic and prehistoric artifacts from MOAH’s permanent collection. Themes of focus include elements of Paleoindian and Native American archaeology, natural history, and geology, along with artifacts from local industries such as mining, railroad, and agriculture. Other themes include housewares and commonplace items related to the time period of the Western Hotel’s original operation, as well as a new exhibit dedicated to a former owner of the hotel, Myrtle “Myrtie” Webber, and her life in the Antelope Valley.
Exploring the Past: A Glimpse at Historic Lancaster is now a permanent exhibition on display at the Western Hotel Museum, located at 557 W. Lancaster Boulevard. Visitors are welcome to view Exploring the Past at no charge. The Western Hotel is open on the second and fourth Friday and Saturday of each month from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Western Hotel Museum is open today and Saturday, December 23.
For additional information regarding this exhibit, contact MOAH at (661) 723-6250 or visit www.lancastermoah.org.