Alphabetical List of Museums
Welcome to our alphabetical list of museums. We hope you find it helpful. Tip: you can quickly search for museums with the search icon in the navigation bar. If we don’t have a museum within our site that you’d like to see added, let us know here.
Albinger Archaeological Museum
In the museum building you will find many of the artifacts discovered at this site such as milling stones, shell beads, arrowheads, bone whistles, crucifixes,medallions, bottles, buttons and pottery. Learn more or Visit website
Aviation Museum of Santa Paula
Antique, classic experimental planes, autos, race cars, motorcycles, radios, artifacts and much more in "chain of hangers". EAA offers free plane rides for youth ages 8-17. Learn more or Visit website.
Commemorative Air Force
Southern California Wing WWII Aviation Museum
Rare flyable WWII aircraft maintenance & restoration, exhibits, WWII history & aviation research library, gift shop, airplane rides, docent led tours, special events, memorial services, museum hanger rentals for events. Learn More or Visit website
Heritage Valley Tourism Bureau
Step back in time in the Heritage Valley (Santa Paula, Fillmore & Piru), with seven museums, world-class murals and the Rancho Camulos National Historic Landmark. Just a short drive from Ventura, Santa Clarita and L.A. Visit heritagevalley.net for more information, maps, itineraries, things to do, places to stay. Learn Moreor Visit website
KidSTREAM Children's Museum
kidSTREAM plans on restoring a former community hub, and creating over 30,000 square feet of exhibit space for the children of Ventura County and beyond. With exhibits highlighting Ventura County's vast resources and beautiful climate visitors to kidSTREAM will know they are in a place unlike any other. kidSTREAM will be Ventura County's Children's Museum. Learn more or Visit website
Pleasant Valley Historical Museum & Botanical Garden
Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum
The Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum, established in 1973 and located at 220 N Market St., is known as the “Little Museum in the Friendly City by the Sea.” Visitors are invited to view the “History of Port Hueneme” film and either tour with a docent or just browse the storyboards lining the walls. Learn Moreor Visit website
Santa Paula Historical Societies
“To preserve, protect and perpetuate the history of Santa Paula and its environments.” Maintaining and operating the Archives, where historical materials donated to the Society are properly catalogued and stored for both research purposes and use in public exhibitions. Learn more or Visit website
Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology
The WFVZ, or “Bird Museum of Camarillo”, is both a natural history collection specializing in eggs and nests of birds from around the world, and a research and education institution dedicated to bird conservation. It has the world’s largest collection s of birds’ eggs, nests, and specimens. Public Tours are on last Friday of every month, from 3 to 4 pm and on the second Wednesday of every month from 3:30 to 4:30, except Nov & Dec. Reservation is required. Call at least 1 day in advance. Learn more or Visit website
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The Murphy Auto Museum, located in Oxnard, California, is a collection of over 90 beautiful vintage automobiles and americana housed inside a 30,000 square foot facility. Our unique collection spans from 1903 to present day. In addition to the automobiles, the museum has a large collection of vintage camping trailers, petroliana, vintage clothing displays and one of the largest working H/O scale train layouts, with over 26 miles of track. We have helpful docents available to answer questions or lead group tours and throughout the building are placards at each automobile or item of interest for a self-interpretive museum experience.
We have exciting new exhibits planned each quarter in our main showroom. During a weekend day of that quarter, the museum hosts a parking lot show for owners and collectors alike to display their cars for the public to enjoy. We hope you come visit us soon! April through December we are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 10am-4pm and Wednesday night from 6pm-10pm. January through March we are open Saturday and Sunday only, 10am-4pm.