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We are now open for visitors! Advanced, timed-tickets are required for entry and are available online.We are taking a careful approach with the safety of our staff, guests and community our utmost priority. See our Hours & Admission page to reserve tickets and to read our COVID-19 Safety Guidelines, or click below on the TicketSource icon.

Tickets purchased through the TicketSource website must include a valid email address. Tickets will be delivered as a PDF to the email address used during the purchase. For student and senior ticket, photo identification may be required to use the ticket. Tickets and reservations may not be exchanged for other dates. Tickets purchased through the TicketSource website are non-refundable except due to museum closure. Booking fees are non-refundable.

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For assistance with reservations call (909) 624-2798 or email

Although we are not currently hosting group tours, the Alf Museum offers many virtual experiences programs for an engaging online experience to learn about paleontology and natural history.

To stay connected on all our programs and updates about reopening, visit us online or sign up for our mailing list.

Twitter: @alfmuseum
Instagram: @alfpaleo
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Museum Hours

  • Wednesday through Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm; by reservation only
  • Sunday/Monday/Tuesday: Closed


  • General – $9.00
  • Youth (5-18) – $7.00
  • College Student (w/ID) – $7.00
  • Senior (65+) – $7.00
  • 4 and Under – Free


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