The museum’s central location spotlights culture and nature while branch locations offer an up-close look at historical sites
About This Deal
Choose from Three Options
- $14 for admission for two to the museum (up to $20 value)
- $27 for admission for four to the museum (up to $40 value)
- $90 for an annual premium membership for one (up to $150 value)
Click here for a complete list of branch locations, which include the Agua Mansa Pioneer Cemetery and the John Rains House. Annual premium membership includes free admission to all branch locations. Single admission options may be redeemed at any branch location; valid only for one-time redemption.
About San Bernardino County Museum
Since opening to the public in 1957, San Bernardino County Museum has been educating visitors and locals alike with research collections, artifacts, and meticulously maintained gardens that paint the picture of the region's cultural and natural history. In addition to rotating installments, the museum's three floors of exhibits include the primary exhibits on birds, paleontology, and geology, as well as the Hall of History, where visitors can view horse-drawn buggies, and the Gerald A. Smith Hall of Anthropology, which sheds light on the Mojave, Vanyume, Serrano, and Gabrielino tribes, as well as the land they occupied.