Recreation & Travel - Guides, Tours, Visitors Info
We are always changing our feature exhibits!
June–August: 10 am–4 pm Tuesday–Sunday.
September–May: 12 pm–4 pm Friday and Saturday.
It could be said “Curiosity as a value in itself" was the idea at the beginning of the Renaissance and Europe’s slow emergence from the Dark Ages. The new Cortes Museum theme wants to revitalize this concept: let's see what happens when interest in the world is wide-flung, and studies are allowed to be general and learning remains unbiased. True adventures can only be had by random wanderings through the Universe and unprejudiced curiosity in everything.
Come and see our Curioser and Curiouser exhibit curated by Christian Gronau, now at our main gallery at 957 Beasley Road, up the hill from Manson's Hall.
Another feature exhibit, Wild Cortes, is located at Linnaea Farm Education Centre, 1255 Seaford Rd.
Great Blue Heron Comes to School