Natural History Museum Of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles
Natural History Museum Of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 900 Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90007, United States
Ticket Price: 12 USD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Natural History Museum Of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles
Opened in 1913, this is the largest natural history museum in western America and displays over 35 million specimens and artefacts which cover as huge as 4.5 billion time period of earth’s history. With permanent floor exhibits, the museum has a display ranging of various subjects like Annelida, Anthropology and Archaeology, Ethnology, Crustacea, Echinoderms, Entomology, Herpetology, History, Ichthyology, Invertebrate Palaeontology, Malacology, Mammalogy, Mineralogy, Ornithology and Vertebrate Palaeontology.
Other attractions in the museum include The Butterfly Pavement, the Spider Pavement, Dinosaur Hall and Outdoor Nature Gardens and Nature Lab.
One of the top museums in Los Angeles, the Natural History Museum offers you an insight into the workings of science. To get tickets for Natural History Museum can be a difficult affair as you might have to stand in long lines. Why not buy tickets for Natural History Museum with us and get Natural History Museum ticket prices at best rates possible. Getting Natural History Museum tickets will offer you a chance to make a hassle free entry without facing the trouble of crowds.
Natural History Museum Of Los Angeles County Information
- Online booking is available.
- Guided tours are offered.
Natural History Museum Of Los Angeles County Ticket Prices
- Adult Prices: 12 USD
- Senior Admission(62+): 9 USD
- Student Admission: 9 USD
- Child below 3: Free
- Child (3-12): 5 USD
- Group reservations are available.
- Free admission days are specified on the website. Except for the months of July and August, Tuesdays are free admission days.
Natural History Museum Of Los Angeles County Opening and Closing Hours
- On weekends, be here before 10:30 am for avoiding crowds.
- In Summer and Spring breaks, visit the museum after 01:30 pm.
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The coolest and biggest museum I have ever visited. If you are interested in fossils I truly recommend you visit this museum. A great place to visit with the whole family, educational and fun. They have a room full of history and antiques from the first families the settle in the great Los Angeles area during the late 1700’s.
I love this museum! I've been going since i was a child. There's always something to see, and i love seeing the dinosaur exhibit, even though I've seen it before. There are a lot of stairs, with few elevators, so not the most wheelchair or stroller friendly. Also the downstairs discovery lab is almost always alive with noisy children, but aside from that, the museum is amazing.
I visited the Spider Pavilion, which was brilliant. In addition to being able to get up close and personal with local spiders and their beautiful webs, there were terrariums with tarantula, jumping spiders, and wolf spiders for an even closer look. This is a fantastic annual exhibit.
wow, I cant belies it took me this long to come here. I had an amazing time. as a kid you learn a Little bit about dinosaurs and it fascinated me., I wanted to know more but never made time until today. I had a blast here. I mean wow. So much fun!
The museum. A sad display of dead animals. It made me feel as though I was walking through a mass cemetery where I got to see what the animals looked like before they died. I thought we have such technology now, we can have interactive graphics that can show how the animals lived and what they used to do in 4 or 5D! The pros: The outdoor area on the bottom floor takes the cake. How is it that nobody is trying to invite those who are eating their lunch outside on the curb or the stairs after visiting the museum? Don't eat out in the front of the museum. Next time you go, eat outside on the bottom floor, surrounded by nature. They have tables, chairs and umbrellas. It is beautiful, and it will give you the best experience. Going outside was the best idea I could have had. The kids loved it. There are play grounds, fountains, a little lake, and a few other things to see and explore!