Renovated museum reopens at Jack London State Historic ParkGlen Ellen, CA- After $1.5 million in improvements and updates, a renovated House of Happy Walls Museum will once again bring author Jack London back to life for visitors starting in November 2018 at Jack London State Historic Park, in Glen Ellen, in western Sonoma County.
22 New ExhibitsWith 22 new exhibits, the remodeled museum celebrates the adventurous and inspiring story of world-renowned author and adventurer London and his wife, Charmian. The couple bought the property, which they called the Beauty Ranch, in 1905. The new exhibition explores London as a true pioneer of his time – a conservationist and feminist, organic farmer and humanitarian, and organizer of equality and opportunity.
“The new exhibits have been designed to inspire guests, especially young people, to live their life to the fullest by example of Jack’s amazing life of innovation and achievement,” said Tjiska Van Wyk, executive director of Jack London Park Partners, the nonprofit that manages the park.