2571 Fisher Blvd., Barstow, CA, US, 92311

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  • Arts & Museums

    »California Route 66 Museum

    This little museum in Victorville is dedicated to the story of the U.S. Route 66, on of the earliest and most popular highways in the country. Three rooms within the museum display an intriguing collection of artifacts from neon signs and road signboards to motorcycles, vintage cars and more. Also on display is a collection of photographs documenting the impact of the highway on the towns it passed through. Check website for more.

    16825 South D Street
    Victorville, CA 92395

    »Big Bear Solar Observatory

    The Big Bear Solar Observatory is operated by the New Jersey Institute of Technology. The main interest is the physics of the sun, observing solar phenomena with dedicated telescopes and instruments

    40386 North Shore Lane
    Big Bear Lake, California 92314

    »Planetarium Projector and Science Museum

    Although not as pretty as the images they create, the planetarium projectors at the Planetarium Projector and Science Museum are no less fascinating. A private collection of Owen Phairis, the museum features 17 different types of projectors, making it the largest collection in the world. Each of them still functions, its use demonstrated by Phairis himself, during the course their shows. Mainly travelling museum, Planetarium Projector and Science Museum can be made available to most local planetariums. Check the website for more details.

    Big Bear Boulevard
    Big Bear Lake, CA 3400

    »Big Bear Valley Historical Museum

    The Historical Museum offers an extensive collection of artifacts, featuring exhibits from the indigenous Serrano Indians, the gold mining era, cowboys and cattle ranching, logging, and early winter sports.

    P.O. Box 513
    Big Bear Lake, California 92314

    »Antelope Valley Indian Museum State Historic Park

    The Antelope Valley Indian Museum State Historic Park makes for an interesting visit when in Los Angeles County. It was established in 1979 and its building is on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum showcases the heritage and culture of aboriginal Native Americans with H. Arden Edwards' collection of artifacts and memorabilia. Also on site are nature trails and several picnic spots.

    15701 East Avenue M
    Lancaster, CA 93535

    »Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum

    This museum has a permanent collection of about 1,200 objects which represent various periods and regions, yet focuses on ancient art, contemporary art, and ceramics. The museum has about 7,500 square feet of gallery space that allows not only a continuous display of a substantial part of the museum's permanent holdings, but also a dynamic schedule of visiting exhibitions.

    5500 University Parkway
    San Bernardino, California 92407
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