California Raptor Center is OPEN

Kalli is an American kestrel

Plan Your Visit

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

The California Raptor Center is open to the public from 9 am - 4 pm Monday-Friday and 9 am - 12 pm Saturday

Plan Your Visit

As of August 2021, The CRC is open for self-guided tours during visiting hours. Our non-releasable raptors are on the tour route, with informative placards describing each bird and its personal story. The Museum is also open for self-guided tour visitors.

There is no charge for parking, and admission is free for self-guided tours.

Please keep self-guided tour groups to 6 people or fewer to minimize stress to the birds. If you would like to schedule an on-site presentation and/or have a group larger than 6 please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate your request. 

Hours of Operation

Visiting hours:

9 am - 4 pm Monday-Friday
9 am - 12 pm Saturday
Closed Sundays and University Holidays

Office hours:

Monday–Friday: 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday: 9 am to 1 pm
Closed Sundays and University Holidays

Address

1340 Equine Lane
Davis, CA 95616

Directions

From UC Davis main campus or School of Veterinary Medicine campus
Keep straight on Old Davis Road and go under I-80, over the train tracks, and past the horses. Then go up a slight incline and turn left before the bridge. Follow the road until you come to a "Y" and take the left part of the "Y" down the incline and turn right into the Raptor Center parking lot. DO NOT go over the cattle grates.

From I-80
If traveling Interstate 80, take the UC Davis exit. If exiting from eastbound lanes (toward Sacramento), go right on Old Davis Road. You will not go under I-80. If exiting from westbound lanes (toward San Francisco), turn left at the end of the ramp and go under I-80 on to Old Davis Road. Once on Old Davis Road heading south, go over the train tracks and past the horses. Then go up a slight incline and turn left before the bridge. Follow the road until you come to a "Y" and take the left part of the "Y" down the incline and turn right into the Raptor Center parking lot. DO NOT go over the cattle grates.

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