The has launched a new program that encourages people to visit California museums with a chance to win prizes.
The Passport to History is a booklet with room for more than 50 stamps, each to be awarded when one visits a participating museum.
Selected destinations include Lomita Railroad Museum, Campo De Cahuenga in Studio City and the Chumash Indian Museum in Thousand Oaks.
Passport carriers who get 25 stamps earn a buy one, get one free lunch or dinner at the Sagebrush Cantina, while 40 stamps scores a free Sunday brunch for two at the restaurant.
A grand prize for visiting all listed museums has yet to be announced.
Although people can win prizes, museum officials say learning state history would be the biggest reward of all.
"This is a wonderful way for families and all residents to journey through California's rich history," said Leonis Adobe spokesperson Lois Julien.
The passport can only be picked up from the Leonis Adobe.