Comfort Inn Lathrop - Stockton Airport
14730 South Harlen Rd
Lathrop, CA 95330
Phone: (209) 983-1177
Fax: (209) 983-1171
Arts & Museums
Located in downtown Stockton, across from the Deep Water Channel and the Waterfront Warehouse, this 22,000 square foot museum features
This undersung jewel features luminous paintings of early California and fine examples of the French Salon. Lush landscapes, still life and other works of French painters of the same era—such as William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Paul Gauguin, Jean-Léon Gérôme and Pierre-Auguste Renoir—make a visit to the Haggin Museum worthwhile. An extensive collection of American Indian baskets and wondrous pieces of furniture, art glass, period lamps and clocks are scattered throughout the museum.
Combining the classic games of tag and hide and seek with a high-tech twist, this place offers the most sophisticated laser tag equipment available and the game is played in a large, multi-level arena which features specialty lighting, swirling fog, and heart-pounding music.
The San Joaquin County Historical Society & Museum, situated within the Micke Grove Regional Park, presents guests with the fascinating history of San Joaquin County in central California, with a focus on the county seat of Stockton. This region is noted for its good yield of olives, watermelons, tomatoes and grapes, as well as its winemaking skills. Hence, the museum's displays and artifacts are organized around themes depicting the evolution of farming, allied industries and wineries in the area. It preserves archives of historic births and deaths and houses four historic structures: an old Blacksmith Shop, and the 19th-century Julia Weber House, Calaveras School and Charles Weber Cottage. It also showcases temporary exhibits and conducts educational tours for school children.
Learn about the animals and plants that live in California's unique Central Valley while at this museum that features an exhibit of five habitat dioramas featuring native flora and fauna specific to this great valley, as well as exhibits featuring the Osterburg collection of animals from around the world and on the Central Valley Yokut Indians. A nature shop is also on the property.
Originally the city library, and given to the City of Modesto in 1912, this museum contains a complete dentist's office, a general store, and a recreated blacksmith shop, as well as other exhibits that include gold mining paraphernalia, original fire fighting equipment, and a collection of cattle brands from Stanislaus County.