Welcome to the San Bernardino County Museum
San Bernardino County Museum acknowledges that the land on which our facilities are sited is the ancestral and unceded territory of the Maara’yam, commonly referred to as the Serrano people, which, in the contemporary era, are represented by two federally‐recognized tribes: Yuhaaviatam of San Manuel Band Nation and Morongo Band of Mission Indians. We also acknowledge that in the historic era other tribal communities and European settlers intersected with Serrano peoples in these spaces. Our histories and stories are intertwined in this space, and by sharing them in culturally‐appropriate ways and co-stewarding collections, we hope to honor and celebrate our indigenous neighbors and partners. We also seek to offer an accurate, clear and thorough picture of this region’s complicated past and create a shared vision for the future that is mutually‐beneficial and respectful to all.