|Feb 13||10:00 AM||Coast to Cactus in Southern California||Get Details|
|Feb 13||10:00 AM||Birds as Art: The Avian Photography of Arthur Morris||Get Details|
|Feb 13||11:00 AM||Whales 3D||Get Details|
|Feb 13||12:00 PM||Ocean Oasis||Get Details|
|Feb 13||1:00 PM||Film: Tiny Giants 3D||Get Details|
|Feb 13||1:45 PM||Whales 3D||Get Details|
|Feb 13||2:30 PM||Ocean Oasis||Get Details|
|Feb 13||3:30 PM||Film: Tiny Giants 3D||Get Details|
|Feb 13||4:15 PM||Whales 3D||Get Details|
|Feb 14||10:00 AM||Coast to Cactus in Southern California||Get Details|
Founded by a handful of citizen-naturalists in 1874, the museum is an active research institution and is the second oldest scientific institution in Southern California. The museum is dedicated to interpreting the natural world through research and education, offering local and international exhibitions and promoting understanding of the evolution and diversity of the Southern California-Baja California region. The museum also features giant-screen films and offers a wide selection of public programs for people of all ages.
Daily 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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