Join Santiago the Magician at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History for an evening of Magic, Storytelling, and History.


Santiago has spent decades studying and recreating magic from the Renaissance to the present day and has brought his own vision and style to these classics from days gone by.


Not only that, but your ticket to the show is your ticket to the Museum! Come early (Saturday or Sunday), or stay after (on Sunday only), and show your ticket to be able to visit the rest of the museum! Enjoy the exhibits and learn more about the magic that is Santa Cruz!




Dates & Times

  • Saturday November 23, 8pm to 10pm
  • Sunday November 24, 3pm to 5pm




Q: How long is the show?

A: The show consists of two acts, each approximately 45 minutes with a 15 minute intermission.


Q: Is the show kid friendly?

A: Yes, though we do recommend children be at least 10 to 12 years of age as the show consists of a fair amount of storytelling and may not hold the attention of children younger than that.


Q: How do I visit the rest of the museum?

A: Show your ticket at the front desk and you will have access to the rest of the museum. Saturday, before the show, or Sunday before and after.


Q: How do I receive my ticket(s)?

A: Tickets will be sent to you via eMail.

Venue Details
Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History
705 Front Street, Santa Cruz, California 95060, United States
Santiago has been studying the art and history of magic for nearly 30 years. In that time he has become a Magician Member of The Magic Castle in Hollywood, a Member of The Inner Circle of Bizarre Magicians, The International Brotherhood of Magicians, and most recently an Instructor at The McBride Magic and Mystery School in Las Vegas.