For years Eli Broad has said he wants to make his vast collection of contemporary art accessible to the largest number of people possible.
Step back into time in an original building at the Drum Barracks Civil War Museum
One of the nation’s most prized collection of rare and antique automobiles is offering collectors a chance to own a piece of automotive history.
Craving a caterpillar? Need to relish a roach? Wanna gorge on a grasshopper?
What was once an Air Force base is now a museum in San Bernardino.
The South Bay has a rich history of aviation – and much of it’s on display at the Western Museum of Flight in Torrance.
The El Segundo Museum of Art (ESMoA) is slated to open to the public on Sunday.
The Newport Harbor Nautical Museum is about to transform into ExplorOcean, an interactive entertainment and education center.
A Valley man is making it his mission to preserve the history of a sometimes maligned community.
An exhibition that launches the Space Shuttle Endeavour into a long-range educational program to inspire future generations of explorers starts October 30, 2012. Endeavour was built as a replacement for space shuttle Challenger – it […]
The film academy says it has raised $100 million toward the construction of its new museum and is revealing its design concept for the nonprofit facility.
Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology made its first US World debut last night at the Discovery Science Center located in Santa Ana. The world traveling exhibit features a collaboration of Indiana Jones film memorabilia from the Lucasfilm Archives along with artifacts from real archeology digs from around the world.
The 63rd/445th Norton vets are constructing a monument that will stand outside the soon-to-be completed Norton Air Force Museum but they need the public’s help to defray costs.
Since early July, some rare bits of the Disney empire have been on view a couple of hours’ drive north of the Magic Kingdom. D23, the official Disney fan club, is presenting the exhibit “Treasures […]
We all know how the story ended, but do you know how it began? Take a family day trip to Yorba Linda and learn by viewing the exhibits, artifacts, and beautiful surroundings courtesy of the Nixon Foundation.