Best Family Friendly Museums to Visit in the Inland Empire

Posted on October 30th, 2018 by showcase

Best Family Friendly Museums to Visit in the Inland Empire

One of the perks of working in the transport industry is having the opportunity to visit fun and interesting destinations. Popular opinions at our Inland limo service suggests that some of the best attractions we have had the privilege of being exposed to are definitely museums. The Inland Empire, and the Southern California region at large, is blessed to have numerous museum options, most of which we have visited. Today, we would like to share the best, family-friendly museums you and the gang can visit in the Inland Empire.

Before we proceed to our list, we would also like to recommend employing our limo rental service in the Inland Empire. Our concierge car service has operated in this Southern California region for years now and, as such, our professionally trained chauffeurs have gained an intimate knowledge of the region. Let us handle all the driving and navigation for you as you take the time to enjoy the luxury and comforts of our vehicles and fully enjoy the company of the family as you anticipate arriving at any one of these magnificent institutions.


Yanks Air Museum

The Yanks Air Museum is located along Merrill Avenue in Chino and is open every day between 9am and 4pm apart from Mondays. This expansive indoor aviation museum houses vintage airplanes and the best part is, they are all still air worthy. Visit this magnificent archive with the gang and learn about the evolution of airplanes and airplane technology over the years. After you have had your fill of airplanes, you will also be impressed by the museum’s extensive vehicle collection. General admission goes for $16 per person but seniors above the age of 65 and kids below the age of 11 will only pay $6 per head. Kids below the age of 5 are admitted absolutely free.


San Bernardino County Museum

Visit the San Bernardino Museum along Orange Tree Lane in Redlands; the museum is open to the public every day between 9 am and 5 pm apart from Mondays. Here the kids will get to enjoy exhibits of prehistoric sea life, get to play dress up, and enjoy fascinating exhibits in a beautiful plant garden. We recommend getting membership to this museum because they regularly host members-only nights, where the members get to preview exhibits before they are formally made available to the public. General admission goes for only $10 for adults, $7 for students, $8 for seniors and military personnel, and only $5 for kids between the ages of 5 and 10. Kids below the age of 5 are admitted absolutely free.


Alf Museum

Head over to Claremont and Visit the Alf Museum of Paleontology along Baseline Road, open to the public every day between 8am and 4pm except for Sundays. You will find interactive exhibits including life-sized dinosaur skeletons and over 140,000 fossil specimens. General admission goes for only is $6 per person and is completely free for kids below the age of 4.

Posted on October 30th 2018

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