Riverside County Museum

Find Riverside 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.

Agua Caliente Cultural Museum 219 South Palm Canyon Drive Palm Springs CA 92262 760-323-0151

Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Office 471 East Tahquitz Canyon Way Palm Springs CA 92262 760-778-1079

Art Gallery 4800 Magnolia Avenue Riverside CA 92506 951-222-8358

Book of Life Museum 8432 Magnolia Avenue Riverside CA 92504

Cabazon Dinosaur Museum 50800 Seminole Drive Cabazon CA 92230 951-922-0076

Cabots Pueblo Museum 67616 Desert View Avenue Desert Hot Springs CA 92240 760-329-7610

Childrens Discovery Museum 71701 Gerald Ford Drive Rancho Mirage CA 92270 760-321-0602

Coachella Valley History Museum 82616 Miles Avenue Indio CA 92201 760-342-6651

College of the Desert Art Gallery 43500 Monterey Avenue Palm Desert CA 92260 760-776-2574

Corona Heritage Park & Museum 510 West Foothill Parkway Corona CA 92882 951-898-0687

Desert Art Center 550 North Palm Canyon Drive Palm Springs CA 92262 760-323-7973

Fender Museum 365 North Main Street Corona CA 92880 951-735-2440

Fender Visitor Center 301 Cessna Circle Corona CA 92880 951-898-4040

Fingerprints Youth Museum 123 South Carmalita Street Hemet CA 92543 951-765-1223

Fire Memories Museum 5261 West Wilson Street Banning CA 92220 951-260-9434

Gallery 446 446 South Indian Canyon Drive Palm Springs CA 92262 760-459-3142

General Patton Memorial Museum Chiriaco Road Indio CA 92201 760-227-3483

Hall of Legends Museum 5200 Chicago Avenue Riverside CA 92507 951-781-2005

Hamilton Museum & Ranch Foundation 39420 Contreras Road Anza CA 92539 951-763-1350

Hemet Museum 100 West Florida Avenue Hemet CA 92543 951-929-4409

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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.