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20 Mule Team Museum 26962 Twenty Mule Team Road Boron 760-762-5810
Air Force Flight Test Center Museum 405 S. Rosamond Blvd. Edwards Air Force Base 661-277-3510
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday; closed on Sunday, Monday, and federal holidays
Antelope Valley African American Museum 416 W Lumber St Lancaster 661-723-0811
Open Wed-Fri 10am-3:30pm; Sat 11-2:30, historical research, artwork
Antelope Valley Indian Museum Ave M, between 150th & 170th Pearblossum 661-942-0662
Weekends, 11am-4pm; $2 admission
Augustan Society Library and Museum Daggett 760-254-9223
Visits by appointment only!  The Society is an historical society, working in the areas of European history, heraldry, genealogy and related fields. The general scope is from ancient to modern times, with an emphasis on the subjects mentioned above. Much of the material published pertains to European history.  The Heraldry and Chivalry Collections are some of the most extensive on the West Coast.
Burton's Tropico Gold Mine Tropico-Mojave Road Rosamond/Edwards A.F.B.
Calico Early Man Archaeological Site 15 Miles NE of Barstow Barstow 760-252-6060
Exit Minneola Rd., then approximately 3 miles on a good dirt road
California Route 66 Museum 16825 "D" St. Victorville 760-951-0436 Betty Halbe or Chick Kirk
Daggett Museum 33703 Second St. Daggett 760-254-2629
Open 1-4pm, Saturday and Sunday. To visit at other times, call for appointment. Early American collectibles, railroad china, WWII Navajo Indian code-talkers, lapidary work, barbed wire, Solar I Generating Plan.
Exotic World Burlesque Museum 29053 Wild Rd. Helendale 760-243-5261
Founded by former burlesque dancer Jennie Lee. See an interesting piece of Americana from the 30's, 40's, and 50's. Open daily 10am-4pm, or by appointment
First Composite Group 21723 Cerritos Apple Valley 760-247-9252
Harvey House 681 N. First Ave Barstow 255-1890
256-8104
11am-4pm; Route 66 Mother Road Museum
Hi-Desert Nature Museum 57116 Twentynine Palms Highway Yucca Valley 760-369-7212
Kern County Museum and Pioneer Village 3801 Chester Avenue Bakersfield 661-861-2132
Lane House and Museum Calico Ghost Town, Open 9-5 Calico 254-2122
Lucerne Valley Museum
Mill & Museum
Maturango Museum 100 E. Las Flores Ridgecrest 375-0479
Mojave River Valley Museum 270 E Virginia Way Barstow 760-256-5452
The Mother Road Museum Harvey House, 681 N. First Ave Barstow 760-255-1890
760-256-8104
Open 10-4 Friday, Saturday, and Sunday,
Roy Rogers Dale Evans Museum Closed Originally in Apple Valley, the museum moved to Victorville, and in 2003 relocated to Branson, Missouri
Tricks & Tracks Ctr Closed
Victor Valley Museum & Art Gallery 11873 Apple Valley Rd Apple Valley 760-240-2111
Closed til July 14, 2001. Then, open 10-4 (usually) Wed-Sat, noon-4pm Sun; Admission $3, Seniors $2, under 12 free. Saturday art classes for children.
Victorville Fire Museum 15620 8th St Victorville 760-955-5227
Western American Railroad Museum Inside Harvey House, 865 N. First Ave Barstow 760-252-5800
Open 11-4 Friday, Saturday, & Sunday. Free admission.
Wrightwood Museum 16849 D St Victorville 760-261-8766

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