The San Bernardino County Museum has announced a three-part exhibition series for spring. This traveling series that celebrates seeds, pollinators, and mushrooms was developed by Jennifer Jewell and John Whittlesey and runs from Mar. 12 through Sept. 24, 2023.
Nature’s Artful Engineering, an exhibit that aims to increase awareness and appreciation of seeds and their incredibly valuable role in California’s ecological systems, will be open from Mar. 12 to May 7, 2023. It features over 25 detailed photographs of seeds in wild and garden settings, as well as over 30 seed specimens.
Keeping Company with Flowers, an exhibit that portrays the relationship between insects and the flowers they pollinate, will be open from May 21 to Jul. 16, 2023. It features over 50 photographs of pollinators in wild and garden settings. These images vividly portray the intriguing lives of bees, butterflies, flies, and beetles.
Keys to the Kingdom Fungi, an exhibit that explores the lives and environmental roles of fungi, will be open from Jul. 30 to Sept. 24, 2023. It features 30 photographs of mushrooms in the wild. The exhibit introduces viewers to a wide range of mushroom-producing fungi and their valuable roles in the environment.
The San Bernardino County Museum is located at 2024 Orange Tree Lane in Redlands. General admission is $10 (adult), $8 (military/senior), $7 (student), and $5 (children ages 6 to 12). Children 5 & under and Museum members are free. Parking is free.