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The Martial Arts History Museum is a museum in the United States dedicated to martial arts history. It is located at 2319 Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91506. The museum's main mission is to educate young people about the art and tradition of Asian martial arts, and how this art has become a part of American history.

The Museum is open to the public and offers school and special education tours. It is also a good venue for after-school activities and YMCA and Boys & Girls Club programs. Tours typically last an hour, with time for guests to explore the exhibit. Tickets are $10 per person. The Museum also offers a fun scavenger hunt for kids.

The Michael Matsuda Martial Arts History Museum is dedicated to preserving the history and art of martial arts. It was founded in 1999 by Michael Matsuda, an American martial arts veteran and former magazine publisher. He has been actively practicing martial arts since 1968. He has been involved with museums for many years and is an expert in the field. The museum is located in Burbank, CA. Matsuda has been a founding member of the museum and has worked with many Hollywood companies, including Disney and DreamWorks.


The Martial Arts History Museum is home to a wide variety of sporting memorabilia and informative displays about the history of martial arts. Upon your visit, you'll learn about the history of Asian martial arts and how it became part of American history. You'll also gain a deeper understanding of the art and culture.


The Martial Arts History Museum is a fun, educational experience. Exhibits showcase the history of different forms of martial arts, from kung fu to judo. The museum also features the weapons used in each discipline. The museum is perfect for children and adults of all ages. It's a great way to learn about Asian martial arts. In addition to learning about the history of martial arts, it is also the perfect place to visit if you're traveling with your kids.


It features authentic weaponry, films, information panels, and interactive exhibits. The museum features many unique items from around the world, including replicas of tai chi weapons and swords from popular movies. The museum also displays details of the martial arts that originated in Hawaii, such as kapa kuialua and tai chi. There are also authentic swords, axes, and chain whips on display.

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