Catalina Island Museums

Catalina Island’s history has shaped the island into a world-class destination resort. Learn about Catalina’s storied past at the Catalina Island Museum for Art and Histor or explore the history of diving at the Avalon Diving History Exhibit. You can also learn about this history of flora, fauna and wildlife at the Nature Center at Avalon Canyon.

The Catalina Museum for Art & History offers the best in art and history exhibitions, music and dance performances, lectures by guest speakers from all over the world, and the finest in silent, documentary and international film. The new Ada Blanche Wrigley Schreiner Building is located in the heart…

The Avalon Diving History Exhibit (ADHE) is a diving history museum located on Catalina island in Southern California. Containing one of the most unique collections of vintage dive gear in the United States it is a wonderful museum focused on education and the preservation of all dive related…

The Catalina Conservancy's Nature Center at Avalon Canyon is a twenty-minute stroll up Avalon Canyon from the center of Avalon. The Nature Center occupies the site of the first Interpretive Center, built by the Los Angeles County Department of Parks & Recreation, to tell the story of the natural…

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Catalina Flyer

Catalina Flyer from Newport

$10 Off Catalina Island Ferry

Hop onboard the Catalina Flyer for daily ferry service from Newport Beach to Avalon, Catalina Island in just over 1 hour.