Hi-Desert Nature Museum
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The museum started in an 800 square foot building in a local park. In 1973, it moved to its present location in the Yucca Valley Community Center Complex. In 1989, an expansion was added to house taxidermy specimens in diorama settings. For more than 50 years the Hi-Desert Nature Museum has been…
Interactive museum detailing the flora, fauna & geological nature of the surrounding desert.
Dedicated to helping the citizens and visitors of the Morongo Basin and High Desert discover the rich cultural heritage and natural history of this area.
Museum is free and accessible to everyone. For programs and information: www.HiDesertNatureMuseum.org
Native american artifacts and desert wildlife. Occasional local music venue.