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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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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
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.
There is tons to see. My toddler loved seeing all the exhibits (specially the dinosuars). We went during the spider outdoor exhibits which was a great experience. Also stopped by the gift shop which seemed to be very reasonably priced. We had to park across the street there was a small fee. We spent about 2.5hrs here.
Traveled to LA for the day from Orange County. My boyfriend pitched the idea to visit this place. There was a huge line that went out to the grass. It was very busy probably because it was Presidents Day. The line moved at a reasonable pace. When we were next to be helped we were welcomed to the counter with a genuine smile and upbeat attitude that was impressive for how busy they were. As this was the first person we saw it really set a positive tone for our visit. He was informative and prompt. His name was Josh and I send my kudos to him. Our experience at the museum overall was fun. There is a lot to see and explore.
After our visit to the La Brea Tar Pits out on Wilshire Blvd we drove over to this museum which was part of our itinerary. Our whole family love visiting museums and this one was no exception. Like all attractions there was a fee to park along with the admittance fees, but well worth the price. The place was so huge we didn't know where to begin from birds and insect halls, archaeological treasure, California history, and the mammal halls to name just a few, you could definitely spend a full day here. Here are some of the attractions we toured. We viewed an exhibit titled "The Founding of Los Angeles, September 4, 1781." There were a number of dioramas which recreated the 1930 era and depicted families from northwest Mexico who came to California during the Spanish period and reflected the regions diversity at that time. The "Walt Disney's Animation Stand" which depicted his uncles Los Angeles garage back in 1923 where he used it to produce the first Mickey Mouse Cartoon, "Steamboat Willie." We viewed a scale model of what downtown Los Angeles looked like in the late 30's, early 40's and from this model the city was built. Some of the old landmarks still stand, such as the Union Station, City Hall, the Bradbury Building, and the old Plaza. The model of the 1924 Douglas World Cruiser, "the "New Orleans" was also another interesting exhibit. This one said that "a team was comprised" of four biplanes and commissioned by the U.S. Army Air Service to complete the first round-the-world flight. It went on to say the "New Orleans," successfully circumnavigated the globe. One of the actual plane is here and the other is on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C. Of all the exhibits inside of the museums enormous collections, hands down it was Dinosaur Hall and "Thomas the T. Rex." It's a wonder how they were able to bring this prehistorical dinosaur back to life. To make all the movements seem lifelike must've taken years to develop then put together. The skin looks almost real and it was fascinating to see this huge thing "strut its stuff."