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Reusable bags FREE with admission - Saturday!

Visit Turtle Bay Exploration Park this Saturday (January 21) and receive a FREE Turtle Bay reusable shopping bag with paid admission to the Park (Members get in free of course!), while supplies last. .. Learn More

Cultural Cruise! Day 1

Celebrate the opening of the West Coast Biennial Art Exhibition at Redding's annual arts and culture event. Meet some of our features artists. The winners of the Biennial prizes will be announced at 6.. Learn More

West Coast Biennial Art Exhibition - Juror's Talk

Meet Michael Duncan, this year's juror for our West Coast Biennial Art Competition and Exhibition, and enjoy a talk on his past curatorial projects; West Coast Catch-Up: Illuminating A History. .. Learn More

Indoor Plant Propagation for Your Spring Garden

Dreaming of your spring garden while perusing seed catalogs on cold winter nights? January is an ideal time to get a head start on spring. Join Turtle Bay’s Nursery Specialist Lynne Klocke a.. Learn More

Science Saturday: The Science of Small

Discover a new world of microscopic proportions. From nanotechnologies, microbiology and things that are just too small to see, these activities bring a whole new perspective of what it means to s.. Learn More

NEW - Animal Artist Program

Did you know that animals can also paint using a brush? Come watch one of Turtle Bay’s animal ambassadors compose a colorful creation at this brand new program, starting January 6th! Paint.. Learn More

Chocolate After Dark

Turtle Bay’s most delicious event ever! For $35/ticket, you’ll enjoy an evening of unique chocolate delicacies, distinctive wine and beverage tastings and a chance to enjoy our featur.. Learn More

Current Exhibitions

Staff Picks

Main Gallery What happens when the whole Turtle Bay staff is let loose in the museum's collection? Take a closer look at our fabulous artifacts through the ey..

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Dignity Health presents Dam to Bridge

Human beings are tied to water, drawn to it. We are utterly dependent upon it. We drink it, bathe in it, find food in it, water our crops, and..

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