The sixth annual Biodiversity Museum Day at UC Davis features twelve collections showcasing natural history, biodiversity, and the cultural-ecological interface.
Collection access is free and open to visitors of all ages. Campus collections are within walking distance, except for the Raptor Center and Häagen Dazs Bee Haven, which are accessible by car. Signs and volunteers will be present to direct visitors, and you can also download a map here or go to a Google My Map with the locations of the collections.
A Free Day for the Public
Biodiversity Museum Day is a free, educational event for the community. Parking and exhibits are free. Food is available on campus and in nearby Downtown Davis. Download the map for easy directions to all the venues.
Join us Rain or Shine!
If it looks like a rainy day, worry not; there is so much to do regardless of the weather. If the weather is unfavorable, you can still enjoy the simple pleasure of a warm greenhouse with the patter of rain on the glass, or you can lose yourself in the microscopic worlds of nematodes, yeasts, and pressed plants. Whatever the weather, come learn and enjoy!