UC Davis Museums and Collections
- The Bohart Museum of Entomology. Seventh largest insect collection in North America, worldwide in coverage.
- The Carl N. Gorman Museum. Committed to the creative expressions of Native American artists and artists of diverse cultures and histories, with exhibits featuring contemporary artwork in a wide range of media.
- The Craft Center Gallery. An array of work by area artists.
- The Design Museum. Explores how design shapes, improves and makes economically viable the objects, technology and environments we use, inhabit and experience every day.
- The Museum of Wildlife and Fish Biology. Houses one of the most significant modern collections of birds, mammals and fish in California and is dedicated to education, outreach, conservation and research.
- The Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art. Featuring an innovative design, the museum will house rotating exhibitions and be dedicated to education in the arts; groundbreaking was held in the spring of 2014.
- The Richard L. Nelson Gallery and Fine Arts Collection. The major resource and repository for art objects on the UC Davis Campus, features rotating contemporary art exhibitions.
- Robert Arneson's Eggheads. Five whimsical outdoor art installations spread around campus, visit them all!
- Shields Library. Works of current and former members of the UC Davis art department.
- UC Davis Arboretum. 100 acres comprising 22,000 trees and plants.
- UC Davis Center for Plant Diversity and Herbarium. Houses more than 300,000 plant specimens.
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