Natural History Museum Of La

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  • 900 Exposition Blvd

    Los Angeles, CA 90007

    Cross street: Between Vermont and Figueroa

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  • 213-763-3466

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I took my son when he was 18 months. He liked looking at all of the animals and loved the Discovery Center. I brought the stroller and I would park it in at the

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FREE on the first Tuesday of the Month. Parking is under $10.\r
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I took my son when he was 18 months. He liked looking at all of the animals and loved the Discovery Center. I brought the stroller and I would park it in at the

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The family spent the day with Dinosaurs, African mammals, Birds, sea creatures, looking at precious stones. Looking at skeletons was oldest son's favorite, T-rex was my middle child's favorite, my youngest and my only girl loved the precious stones the baby animals and the dresses old and new. The Elephants and deers were captivating, but for my brother-in-law (who was visiting from Brazil) the big Dinosaur in the center of the main floor was the most interesting of all. It was a great day.

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The family spent the day with Dinosaurs, African mammals, Birds, sea creatures, looking at precious stones. Looking at skeletons was oldest son's favorite, T-rex was my middle child's favorite, my youngest and my only girl loved the precious stones the baby animals and the dresses old and new. The Elephants and deers were captivating, but for my brother-in-law (who was visiting from Brazil) the big Dinosaur in the center of the main floor was the most interesting of all. It was a great day.

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I used to come here as a kid, brings back a lot of nostalgic feelings. Check out the website for their First Fridays Events! It's the first friday of every month, a chance for adults to visit the museum, listen to some cool music, and

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I used to come here as a kid, brings back a lot of nostalgic feelings. Check out the website for their First Fridays Events! It's the first friday of every month, a chance for adults to visit the museum, listen to some cool music, and

Pros: In general, great place to visit day or night

Cons: First Fridays is off for the summer, but they'll be back...

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I went to a wedding here a few years ago and it was the most interesting venue I have atteneded yet. They set up the reception so romantically with numerous candelabras and dim lighting that the surrounding displays made you feel like it a

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I went to a wedding here a few years ago and it was the most interesting venue I have atteneded yet. They set up the reception so romantically with numerous candelabras and dim lighting that the surrounding displays made you feel like it a

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I return here about once a year to see the new exhibits. The layout of the museum is beautiful and it's next door to the California Science Center and the IMAX theatre so I can really make it a day. Exhibits are extensive and offer a ton

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I return here about once a year to see the new exhibits. The layout of the museum is beautiful and it's next door to the California Science Center and the IMAX theatre so I can really make it a day. Exhibits are extensive and offer a ton

Pros: Large Collection, High Quality, Easy Parking

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Take the kids. My parents first took me sixty years ago. It still holds up, and well. Best on Saturday and Sunday, except when there's a football game going on in the coliseum next door.

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Take the kids. My parents first took me sixty years ago. It still holds up, and well. Best on Saturday and Sunday, except when there's a football game going on in the coliseum next door.

Pros: exhibits

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Where can you see dinosaurs, mummies, and rare artifacts all under one roof? Well at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles! Where else? I went to many field trips here over the years! And I enjoyed every single one! The dinosaur bones

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Where can you see dinosaurs, mummies, and rare artifacts all under one roof? Well at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles! Where else? I went to many field trips here over the years! And I enjoyed every single one! The dinosaur bones

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Check this out. They have setup and outdoor natural environment for hundreds of species of Butterflies. It is a small but beautiful exhibit. The kids really enjoyed it. No touching though and the small kids need to be in a child

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Check this out. They have setup and outdoor natural environment for hundreds of species of Butterflies. It is a small but beautiful exhibit. The kids really enjoyed it. No touching though and the small kids need to be in a child

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Any dino-obsessed kid will love the Natural History Museum. The dinosaur exhibits are interesting, and there's even a paleontologist on-site who lets kids brush off dust from real fossils. The stuffed animal exhibits are a little creepy

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Any dino-obsessed kid will love the Natural History Museum. The dinosaur exhibits are interesting, and there's even a paleontologist on-site who lets kids brush off dust from real fossils. The stuffed animal exhibits are a little creepy

Pros: beautiful building, near Science Center, lotsa dinos

Cons: needs a facelift

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We love the Natural History Museums Dinosaur Hall, but theres more to this museum than prehistoric exhibits. Kids will also learn about Southern Cal...

 

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