The University of California Museum of Paleontology: The University of California Museum of Paleontology web site offers a wealth of information on geologic time, paleontology, evolution, and much more.
George C. Page Museum: Explore a virtual exhibit about the Tar Pits, learn about the animals and environments of California during the Quaternary, and find information on when, where, and how to visit the La Brea Tar Pits.
San Diego Natural History Museum: This museum houses a wide variety of exhibits on California natural history.
The Cooper Channel: From the Dr. John D. Cooper Center Archaeological and Paleontological Center, comes the Cooper Channel. A channel dedicated to producing educational shows for all ages that focus on Orange County paleontology and archaeology.
Western Science Center: Riverside County's premier natural history museum! The Western Science Center features Ice Age mammal collections, as well as early European settlement and Native American archaeological material. With hands-on interactives, rotating temporary exhibitions, and a wide variety of community programs, the Western Science Center is fun for the whole family!
The Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology: The only paleontology museum in the world located on a high school campus. Located in Claremont, CA, the museum offers numerous programs for students.
San Bernardino County Museum: The San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands, California is a Federally-recognized, accredited repository for thousands of invertebrate and vertebrate fossils from throughout southern California, Nevada, and the southwestern United States.