Below, please find a verbatim copy and paste from www.packing.org:
"They really got this wrong...
There were two of us, but I was carrying concealed so they didn't pay attention to me, of course. Dennis O'Connor was carrying openly. They didn't ask him to put his gun in his car, I don't recall him being asked to leave his gun behind for the benefit of the guests at the museum (what were Dennis and I, chopped liver?), and far more than a few states allow open carry.
The female guard lost it when Dennis refused to show a CHP while open carrying and she called in a '10-33' Being an ex-deputy, I knew what that was. I turned to her and said, "Ma'm, you DO NOT have an emergency here."
We had been in that museum for 2.5 hours with lots of people around us - no problem other than one unarmed security guard that wanted to show her authority.
As it turned out this whole thing happened on our way out of the door, so we just left to go get lunch.
In a way I wish we had stayed to educate the guards on the law, but it sounds like they finally got it figure out according to that article.
Philip Van Cleave, President, VCDL"