Articles From : SBMNH

  • Animatronic Dinosaurs of Prehistoric Forest Return to SB Museum of Natural History

    The  Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History's popular dinosaur exhibit Prehistoric Forest returns to the Museum on February 17 for a Members-only preview, opening to non-members on February 20. 

  • Folk & Tribal Arts Marketplace Pops Up at SB Museum of Natural History

    Over four weekends, from November 27 to December 20, the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History will host a series of pop-up shops in its courtyard.

  • SB Museum of Natural History and Sea Center to Reopen Indoors Thursday

    Following updated health orders for Santa Barbara County, the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History and Sea Center plan to reopen their indoor exhibits to the public on Thursday.

  • SB Museum of Natural History Launches Summer Camps at Home

    The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History has recently opened summer camp registration for children ages 4–9 to participate with their families at home.

  • SB Museum of Natural History Announces 2020 Board of Trustees
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    SB Museum of Natural History Announces 2020 Board of Trustees

    The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History is proud to announce Terrence Valeski as the new Chair of its Board of Trustees.
  • SB Museum of Natural History Opens Exhibition of Vanishing Birds

    Antique prints and the prophetic words of 18th and 19th-century naturalists tell the stories of vanished birds in a new exhibit from Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History’s John and Peggy Maximus Gallery. 

  • Community Invited to Share Chumash Culture at Supak’a
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    Community Invited to Share Chumash Culture at Supak’a

    Hosted by four Central Coast tribes at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
     
    Saturday, November 9 from Noon-5:00 PM
    Held at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History 2559 Puesta del Sol, Santa Barbara, CA, 93105
    Free admission and parking
    For more information, visit sbnature.org/supaka