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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.
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Great Great museum. I love going there with my son. They always have new exhibits so it's never really the same. The only downside is the parking. $12 Cash. Better bring cash or they won't let you park. But still overall a great experience. 5 Stars for me.
This place was so cool! It had a huge variety of things to look at and very friendly staff to answer questions. The cafe also has great pizza! Even just the inside of the building is awesome to look at. My favourite areas were the dinosaurs and the gem and mineral.
Plenty to do at this museum. I highly recommend getting the annual membership as there’s just so much to see here. One of the coolest benefits is that as a member, you get free and first access to “First Fridays,” and free coffee in the entrance! There’s a lot of hands on exhibits that are wonderful for the little ones, and of course, plenty of dinosaurs! We're members of both the Natural History Museum and the California Science Center, and since they're right next to each other, we sometimes find ourselves walking from one to the other; very convenient.
Reviewing the day i went, and not so much the Museum itself exhibits themselves. I think i went on the worst day of the year, because the amount of school buses that arrived was staggering. It must have been free kids day for local schools, but wow, did the general public experience suffer. The entire Museum was packed, kids everywhere. It was literally shoulder to shoulder in some sections. Int he dinosaur area, I tried having a conversation with a volunteer about an exhibit but we gave up half way because we had to yell in each other's ear. I'm glad the Museum is reaching out to local schools, but couldn't they have posted a warning on their website? It absolutely ruined our experience today, a heads up would have been awesome. Next time i'm calling ahead
This museum has lots of different types of exhibits all the way from dinosaurs up to modern day Afrika and North America. The dioramas are very impressive and very life like. Lots of different types of exhibits like butterflies and rocks and things like that. The museum is very close to a metro stop.