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The '''Gravity Falls History Museum''' is a museum detailing the history of the town of [[Gravity Falls, Oregon|Gravity Falls]]. It shows various pieces from all throughout its history, and has a large part in [[Pioneer Day]].
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The '''Gravity Falls History Museum''' is a museum detailing the history of the town of [[Gravity Falls, Oregon|Gravity Falls]]. It shows various pieces from throughout the town's history, and has a major role in [[Pioneer Day]].
   
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
During Pioneer Day, [[Dipper Pines|Dipper]] and [[Mabel Pines|Mabel]] follow a map hidden inside of the book [[3]] to the museum, hoping to 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 on the bench in front of it upside down. She then realizes that the piece is actually a statue of an angel pointing upside down, pointing towards the town's cemetery,where an identical statue lies.
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During Pioneer Day, [[Dipper Pines|Dipper]] and [[Mabel Pines|Mabel]] follow a map hidden inside of the book, [[3]], to the museum, hoping to find who the true founder of Gravity Falls was. There, they find a strange piece of abstract art that's the same shape as a picture on the map. Not knowing what to make of it, Mabel lays on the bench in front of it upside down. She then realizes that the piece is actually a statue of an angel pointing upside down, pointing towards the town's cemetery, where an identical statue lies.
   
   

Revision as of 21:40, November 24, 2012

The Gravity Falls History Museum is a museum detailing the history of the town of Gravity Falls. It shows various pieces from throughout the town's history, and has a major role in Pioneer Day.

History

During Pioneer Day, Dipper and Mabel follow a map hidden inside of the book, 3, to the museum, hoping to find who the true founder of Gravity Falls was. There, they find a strange piece of abstract art that's the same shape as a picture on the map. Not knowing what to make of it, Mabel lays on the bench in front of it upside down. She then realizes that the piece is actually a statue of an angel pointing upside down, pointing towards the town's cemetery, where an identical statue lies.



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