Monday - Saturday 12:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Visitors should plan on arriving at least 45 minutes prior to closing
How to find us
The museum is located inside the Mall at Wellington Green, at Forest Hill Blvd and S. State Rd. 7 (441)
Best entrance is the food court on east side of the mall.
The museum is in space 172 on the lower level
The Palm Beach County
Gem & Minerals Society
of the Palm Beaches.
Three Thousand Years in Paradise:
Coastal Archaeology in Palm Beach County
Dorothy Block, MA archaeology
Block presents newly published research about 30 Indigenous archaeological sites occupied over a span of 3,000 years! New radiocarbon ages are presented for sites from the Town of Ocean Ridge, north to the Town of Palm Beach. A wide range of artifacts from the sites will be presented for viewing.
Thursday. Nov. 16th, 6:30 pm
Palm Beach Co. Summit Library
3650 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33406
56th Gem, Mineral, Jewelry,
and Fossil Show
Join us at the show!
Featuring presentations by
PBMNH Curator Luis Torres:
"The Evolution of Mammoths and Mastodons"
PBMNH Collections Manager Brandon Trujillo:
"Megalodon - Miocene Marine Macropredator"
"A Brave New World - The Great American Interchange"
Nov 18 - 19, 2023
South Florida Fairgrounds
Paleontology, Archaeology, and Geology
Now accepting children ages 4 to 12
Jurassic Camp is led by PBMNH Director of Education Shana Campbell
Our Jurassic Camp program offers hands-on activities, discovery of prehistory, and a focus on Florida. Campers will become junior paleontologist and archaeologists, learning to identify fossils, native American artifacts, and more. We include STEM-based multidisciplinary learning and small group settings.
Monday - Wednesday Nov 21 to 22
and Friday Nov 24
10:00 am to 3:30 pm
Find that unique gift for here!
Art - Posters - Jewlery - Toys
Dinosaur Figurines Real Fossil Specimens Museum Quality Replicas
Safari Ltd. - Creative Beasts Spinosaurs Megalodon Mosasaur Teeth Bone Clones - Fossil Crates
Trilobites Ammonites and More
A Presentation of Nova and PBS
Sir David Attenborough
Robert A. DePalma II
Palm Beach Museum of Natural History
Emeritus Curator of Paleontology
New evidence from the Tanis Site in North Dakota offers an unprecidented reconstruction of the last day of the dinosaurs