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The '''Gravity Falls Museum of History''' is a museum detailing the history of the town of [[Gravity Falls, Oregon|Gravity Falls]]. It shows various statue pieces from throughout the town's history, and has free admission on [[Pioneer Day]]. In addition to its recreational service, the museum was also the former headquarters of the [[Blind Eye Society]].
The '''Gravity Falls Museum of History''' is a museum detailing the history of the town of [[Gravity Falls, Oregon|Gravity Falls]]. It shows various statue pieces from throughout the town's history, and has a major role in [[Pioneer Day]]. Since it was a town Holiday one of the workers was giving out balloons.
 
 
   
 
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During [[Pioneer Day]], [[Dipper Pines|Dipper]] and [[Mabel Pines|Mabel]] follow a mysterious map found inside of ''[[Journal 3|book 3]]'' to the museum, hoping they would find who the true founder of Gravity Falls was. There, they find a strange piece of abstract art that is the same shape as a picture on the map. Not knowing what to make of it, Mabel lays upside down on the bench in front of it. She then realizes that the piece is actually a statue of an angel pointing upside down, pointing towards the town's [[Gravity Falls cemetery|cemetery]], where an identical statue stands.
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===Season 1===
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In "[[Irrational Treasure]]," during Pioneer Day, [[Dipper Pines|Dipper]] and [[Mabel Pines|Mabel]] follow a mysterious map found inside of ''[[Journal 3]]'' to the museum, hoping to discover the town's [[Quentin Trembley|true founder]]. They discover a piece of abstract art in the same shape of their map, and upon lying upside down on a bench, Mabel inadvertently discovers it is, in actuality, depicting an angel statue located in the town's [[Gravity Falls Cemetery|cemetery]].
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===Season 2===
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The twins (along with [[Soos Ramirez|Soos]] and [[Wendy Corduroy|Wendy]]) return to the museum in "[[Society of the Blind Eye]]," on the hunt to uncover [[Old Man McGucket|Old Man McGucket's]] past. Once inside, they discover the entrance to the [[Headquarters of the Blind Eye Society]], and clash with the Society itself. They eventually manage to erase the Society's memories, convincing them that they were at the museum for the "Gold Miner Appreciation Night," and sending them on their way.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 14:04, February 22, 2016

The Gravity Falls Museum of History is a museum detailing the history of the town of Gravity Falls. It shows various statue pieces from throughout the town's history, and has free admission on Pioneer Day. In addition to its recreational service, the museum was also the former headquarters of the Blind Eye Society.

HistoryEdit

Season 1Edit

In "Irrational Treasure," during Pioneer Day, Dipper and Mabel follow a mysterious map found inside of Journal 3 to the museum, hoping to discover the town's true founder. They discover a piece of abstract art in the same shape of their map, and upon lying upside down on a bench, Mabel inadvertently discovers it is, in actuality, depicting an angel statue located in the town's cemetery.

Season 2Edit

The twins (along with Soos and Wendy) return to the museum in "Society of the Blind Eye," on the hunt to uncover Old Man McGucket's past. Once inside, they discover the entrance to the Headquarters of the Blind Eye Society, and clash with the Society itself. They eventually manage to erase the Society's memories, convincing them that they were at the museum for the "Gold Miner Appreciation Night," and sending them on their way.

SightingsEdit

Season 1

Season 2

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