MARCH FIELD AIR MUSEUM
22550 Van Buren Boulevard, Riverside, CA 92518 Directions
Interactive Play Area, Teaching Resources, Inland Empire Aviation Roundtable, Veterans and Military/Aviation Enthusiasts, Exhibitions, Displays, Private Party, Collections, Research Library, Events, Educational, Shops & Aircraft
March Field Air Museum was founded in 1979 and is a non-profit educational organization committed to promoting an understanding of the reach of humanity to the skies and March Field. The museum contains more than 70 vintage aircraft and exhibits related to military and civil aviation history as well as March Field. The museum has added facilities, collections, and staff members, and has worked hard to draw a diverse community of fans from families, veterans, and military/aviation. The 2,000 square foot central display area of the museum was filled with photos, models, and paintings illustrating the past of military aviation. The museum displays one of the largest military aircraft collections on the West Coast. Visitors may take their experience to the next stage by reserving your adult or school group for a docent-led tour. It affords free admission for children four years old and under, members, active duty, active guard, and active reserves with DOD ID card & military veterans.
Adults - $10 (12 years and older)
Children - $5 (5-11 years old)
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UCR BOTANIC GARDENS
1 Botanic Gardens Drive, Riverside, CA 92507 Directions
Gift Shop, Exhibits, National Parks Adventure, Wild Animals, Group and School Tours, The Pond, Stores, Rental Facility, Dinners, Camps, Subtropical Fruit Trees, Explore Space, Guided Tour, A Beautiful Plants, Educational & Landscape Plants
'UCR Botanic Gardens' is a 40 acre garden of living nature with over 3,500 species of plants and thousands of displays from all over the globe. The varying elevation and geology of the subtropical climate of the Gardens and Riverside establish various microclimates allowing for notable plant diversity as well as an abundance of wildlife. It has over 3,500 plant species from around the world for viewing and researching by tourists and researchers. The Gardens aims to provide a large variety of plant resources for UCR and other local school courses. The Gardens also contains plant materials for different research projects and helps to test and display introduced plant species from all parts of the globe.
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MISSION INN MUSEUM
3696 Main Street, Riverside, CA 92501 Directions
Clothing, Books, Youth Programs, Exhibitions, Collections, Educational, Displays, School Students, Community Outreach, Events, Library, Tour, Accessories, Gift Shops & Research
Mission Inn Museum has a unique role to play in running a non-profit museum inside a profitable hotel. The Mission Inn's surrounding cultural heritage to Southern California neighborhoods through their museum services, educational programs, and community events. In addition to exporting goods from local artists and craftsmen/women, the museum provides visitor information and services. It offers a historical interpretation, preservation of archival collections and records, and development of programs and events for the community. Independent organization that provides free museum displays, guided interpretive tours, and programs for public education. Mission Inn tours and includes a comprehensive museum shop featuring handmade gifts, exclusive souvenirs from the Mission Inn. It offers a 75-minute walk with qualified art, architecture, and history instructors.