Allow yourself adequate time - there's more to this place than you can imagine! I had only two hours to spend here, and spent it all just on one floor housing the History.
I went with my husband to see the dinosaur exhibit as well as their general displays of animals and birds. I enjoyed It all and spent nearly 2 hours there.
San Bernardino County is the largest in the (48 contiguous) States. so it has more geology. So it has more rocks. Beautiful rocks, in all kinds of colors, shapes and textures. They are very well displayed in one big round polyhedral dome. Not such big and expensive examples as you'd get in the Smithsonian. But if they were, keeping them... 更多
The tired displays haven't changed. This is the largest county in the United States. It is rich with history. The fact that unless you're a bird or butterfly lover there is little to see and do is perplexing to me. There are a couple of historical displays and of course the children's hands on (small building in back) exhibit. Unless... 更多
If you like museums that are not too big, this museum is for you. There is a building that has live animals for kids to see and touch. There are displays of different rocks/gems from the area. There is also numerous displays of the different animal specials native to the area. There is a display about how communication technology has... 更多
The standing displays are always interesting to look at, as are the occasional visiting ones. I also enjoy the festivals and things like train day.
This place is fun for everyone. It tells a story about this valley, mining, immigrants and more. The bird and egg collection is like no other in the area as well as interactive exhibits. Fun for all!
Nothing too fancy but has an awesome collection of minerals and a decent natural history area. Very inexpensive and good for killing an hour or two.
A lot of variety for a relatively small history museum. Good at explaining natural history and animals. Lots about the Spain/Mexico and cowboy/railroad eras, and the "orange empire" period which I always found interesting. I liked the Native American history best.