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Museum Hours

  • Monday through Friday: 8 am – 4 pm
  • Saturday: 1 pm – 4 pm (September – May only)
  • Sunday: Closed

Museum Admission

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

Know Before You Go

  • The Alf Museum is located on the campus of The Webb Schools, at 1175 West Baseline Road, Claremont, California 91711.
  • Please enter campus at the main driveway from West Baseline Road (not Webb Canyon Road).
  • Although the Alf Museum is open to the public, the rest of The Webb Schools campus is in use as a residential high school and is closed to visitors. For the safety of our students, all museum visitors must check-in at The Webb Schools security welcome kiosk in the main parking lot and have a valid picture ID. Thank your for your understanding!
  • Picnicking is not permitted in or outside of the museum. Park facilities are available nearby at Memorial Park at 10th and Indian Hill Blvd. in Claremont.
  • Professional photography and video equipment beyond a DSLR or handheld camera are not allowed without prior permission from museum staff. Drones are strictly prohibited on The Webb Schools campus.
  • For more information, see our Visitor Information Page.


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