San Bernardino County Museum

Find San Bernardino County California museums, such as art museums and galleries, childrens museums, natural history museums, science centers and discovery museums. Museums provide exhibits related to modern and fine arts, history, science and nature, dinosaurs, engineering and more.


CDF Museum 3875 Genevieve Street North San Bernardino CA 92405 909-886-3091


Cal Fire Museum 3800 North Sierra Way San Bernardino CA 92405 909-881-6984

California Route 66 Museum 16825 D Street Victorville CA 92395 760-951-0436

Cambridge Museum 23627 Cahuilla Road Apple Valley CA 92307 760-247-7640

Chaffey Communities Cultural Center 525 West 18th Street Upland CA 91784 909-920-3742

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue Ontario CA 91761 909-463-3733

Chino Youth Museum 13191 6th Street Chino CA 91710 909-464-0499

Chinos Old Schoolhouse Museum 5493 B Street Chino CA 91710 909-627-6464

Colton Area Museum 380 North La Cadena Drive Colton CA 92324 909-824-8814

Cooper Regional History Museum 217 East A Street Upland CA 91786 909-982-8010

Daves Classic Cars Museum 7166 Amethyst Avenue Rancho Cucamonga CA 91701 909-944-4911

Hi-Desert Nature Museum 57116 Twentynine Palms Highway Yucca Valley CA 92284 760-369-7212

Historical Glass Museum 1157 Orange Street Redlands CA 92374 909-798-0868

J T & S Railroad Museum 8901 Willow Lane Joshua Tree CA 92252 760-366-8503

Lake Arrowhead Childrens Museum 28200 California 189 Lake Arrowhead CA 92352 909-336-3093

Lane House & Museum 36600 Ghost Town Road Yermo CA 92398 760-254-3679

Mojave River Valley Museum 270 East Virginia Way Barstow CA 92311 760-256-5452

Mountain History Museum 27176 Peninsula Drive Lake Arrowhead CA 92352 909-336-6666

Museum of History and Art 225 South Euclid Avenue Ontario CA 91762 909-395-2510

National Training Center & 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Museum 222 1st Street Fort Irwin CA 92310 760-380-2732

About Museums

Who owns Museums?

Many Museums are owned and operated by private non-profit organizations established specifically for the purpose of running the Museum. Some cities and other local governments own Museums. Universities and colleges frequently own and operate Museums, which are often related to some area of research important to the institution. Museums may also be owned by businesses, foundations, and other private entities.

How are Museums funded?

Museums rely on four main categories of funding: government grants, private donations, earned revenue, and investment income. Earned revenue comes from programs, retail sales, and rentals. A relatively small portion comes from admission fees, as some Museums are free and many try to keep admission fees low to make Museum collections accessible to the public.

How many Museums are there in the U.S.?

Including Museums of all specialty and discipline types, there are estimated to be more than 35,000 Museums in the United States.