Sunday, June 08, 2008

Adamson House Malibu Lagoon

Adamson House Malibu Lagoon Built for Rhoda Rindge Adamson and her husband in 1930 on one of the most beautiful beach locations in Southern California. In 1968, the State purchased the property. In 1971, the president of Pepperdine University moved in, as part of an effort to maintain the house until it could be properly restored and shown to the public as an historic unit. The Malibu Lagoon Interpretive Association was formed in 1981, and they carefully planned for the opening of the house as a museum, in 1983.
The Adamson House offers a guided tour through the house which contains its original furnishings and is decorated with the renowned Malibu Potteries tile. The Malibu Lagoon Museum adjoins the Adamson House and contains a collection of artifacts, rare photographs and documents depicting the colorful history of Malibu. Tours on Wednesday through Saturday 11:00 am - 3:00 pm More information.