Flashback Friday: Charles M. Schulz Museum, 2015

Hello, readers! If you’re new to my blog, welcome! If you’re a return visitor, thanks for coming back. It’s time for another Flashback Friday!

Back in 2015, my husband and I enjoyed a 3-day weekend in lovely Napa Valley for Valentine’s Day. While we were (somewhat) in the area, I made sure that we visited this rather fun museum dedicated to all things Peanuts.

This mural, made of various Peanuts comic strips, went almost from floor to ceiling.
Snoopy knows the way to my heart.

Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the whole Peanuts gang have been beloved comic strip characters for longer than I had realized. It was really neat to learn more about the artist and the characters at this playful and whimsical museum. Here’s the website if you want to learn more: https://schulzmuseum.org

Be sure to come back again next Friday, as I will be revealing the activity at which I tried and failed miserably. Here’s a hint: the post was inspired by the Winter Olympics.

As always, thanks for stopping by. ❤

4 thoughts on “Flashback Friday: Charles M. Schulz Museum, 2015

  1. Aww. The Peanuts have always been close to my heart. I remember my entire childhood reading the comics on Sunday morning, and watching every holiday TV episode. We have yet to visit this place, though. Need to!

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  2. Awww! I’ve yet to visit there. I really should! I’ve always loved the Peanuts – many fond memories of the holiday shows they ran on TV. Can’t wait until next Friday!

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