Celebrating The History And Culture Of Kern County
Closed: Monday & Tuesday
Open: Wednesday – Sunday
Outside Exhibits Only
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
No admission after 3 pm
*Mask is required for admission
Closed on all Federal Holidays.
Occasionally closed for special events and private functions. See Calendar of Events or call for more information.
About The Museum
Founded in 1941, the Kern County Museum provides interpretive experiences through historical objects that tell significant stories about Kern County life. The museum provides a meaningful learning environment for visitors of all ages and showcases the unique importance of the region in shaping the history of California and the nation.
Kern County Museum offers venue rentals for parties, corporate events and more. We have several areas throughout the grounds available to meet the needs of your next event. For large events, we even offer full ground rentals. Call us today for pricing and availability or click the links below for more information.
Lori Brock Discovery Center
The Lori Brock Discovery Center offers a fun and exciting place for your children to learn through play. Our team focuses on teaching Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM). Visit the Discovery Center on your next family outing and discover all it has to offer!
Lori Brock Discovery Center is closed until further notice in accordance with Phase Two government safety guidelines.
A Place for children to Learn Through Play
The Lori Brock Discovery Center is a place for children of all ages to learn, explore, and have fun!
Within the doors of Lori Brock you’ll find The Makers Annex and STEAM Town where kiddos can use their imagination and learn through creative play.
Kern County Museum Lecture Series
The Kern County Museum offers lectures for adults on the first and third Wednesday in February – May and August – November.
All lectures take place at the Kern County Museum at 6:00 pm.
$10 admission; $5 student admission; Free for Museum members.
For more information call 661-437-3330.
The Kern County Museum is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; we offer volunteer opportunities and accept donations (tax-deductible) from local businesses and residents. Consider becoming an annual member of the Museum! Find more information below.
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