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Who would guess that a small local museum at a private high school would have an international recognized collection of dinosaurs artifacts? But they do. It worth a visit just to see the large stone in the entry way that has the fossil footprints of...More
We had such a fun afternoon at the Alf Museum. My son loves dinosaurs and was amazed at everything there. They had some fun interactive kid friendly activities like digging for fossils in the tar pit, Dino skeleton building, dinosaur sound making and more. It’s...More
We stopped in here while visiting family and had a great time. We were five adults and one toddler and we all learned something new at the museum and the toddler loved every minute. I honestly would have enjoyed staying even longer than we did,...More
This museum is a little gem devoted to paleontology. It is on a high school campus and consists of two floors, one devoted to bones and the other to tracks. Some of the exhibits are actual fossils (many of them were very impressive) and others...More
Found this hidden gem after visiting my grandmother in La Verne. How did I not know this place was there? It’s located on the Webb campus in Claremont; such a beautiful campus. Went with my two children (ages 9 & 11). Having just seen Jurassic...More
Great little gem in Claremont. The Webb is a closed campus college but the museum is just off the parking lot. It’s not huge but we spent 2 hours there. There are interactives for kids and adults alike. Great footprint tracks. The most traffic was...More
Limited collection, kind of fru fru atmosphere at the Webb School. It's a simple teaching museum, OK for an hour with kids with a limited attention span, but for a real dinosaur exhibit go to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. It's a...More