The joy that the late TV legend Huell Howser shared with generations of Californians infuses a new permanent exhibit, sponsored by the Automobile Club of Southern California, housed in Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries. The exhibit includes images, text, and artifacts, which outline Howser’s career and legacy in California.
Did you know? The Huell Howser video archives is an online repository for Huell Howser’s programs. Learn how to find your favorite episodes here and visit the video archives by pressing the button below.
Chapman University and the Huell Howser Archives do not produce, sell, or distribute DVD copies of the Huell Howser Archives. To view an episode, please visit the video archives.
Contact us for details on visiting the exhibit or conducting research in the archives. The exhibit is open to the public and located in the basement level of the Leatherby Libraries.
Phone: (714) 532-6088
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Open Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Closed on Sundays and Mondays)
Regarding holidays, the California’s Gold Exhibit follows the same closure hours as Chapman University’s academic calendar, found here.
Summer and weekend visitors may park in the Lastinger Parking Structure located on Walnut Avenue. Weekday visitors during the school year have the following options:
There is a shuttle that will stop at each of these lots. Visitors may consult this parking map for further information. Weekday visitors after 4 p.m. may park in the Lastinger Structure. Handicapped visitors with a valid placard may park in the Lastinger Structure at all times.
For further information, please call Parking Services at (714) 997-6560, (714) 997-6543, or email@example.com. If it is during the weekend please contact Public Safety Dispatch for assistance at (714) 997-6763.
Huell Howser brought warmth and generosity into this world through his life and work, creating a legacy that will continue to delight and educate generations. To support the legacy of Huell Howser’s life and work, donations can be made to one of these two funds: California’s Gold Scholarship Endowment and California’s Gold Collection Endowment