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900 Exposition Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90007
Phone: (213) 763-DINO
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|Children 2 and under||FREE|
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Walk into the Museum's open-air pavilion and get up close to spiders spinning their intricate webs. In an anteroom exhibit, we’re also showcasing jumping spiders like this one!
From the Collection of Fomento Cultural Banamex, this spectacular traveling exhibition of Latin American folk art opens Sunday, November 9! We're kicking it off with a daylong Latin Festival inspired by the exhibition!
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This 12-carat blue diamond, one of the rarest gems worldwide, has taken up temporary residence in the Museum's Gem Vault! Stop in and see how it sparkles!
In partnership with San Francisco State University, ZomBee Watch is a project that will help scientists better understand the distribution of the Zombie Fly, a parasitic fly that turns honeybees into zombies. Find out how to become a ZomBee Hunter!
We want to find out where reptiles and amphibians live throughout Southern California. To do this, we need your help!
An unprecedented $13 million gift from The Otis Booth Foundation enabled the Museum to build a spectacular glass entrance pavilion for its new Nature Gardens. A magnificent, 63-foot fin whale specimen suspended inside in the Otis Booth Pavilion was unveiled at NHM's 100th anniversary festivities in June, 2013.
NHM garnered major media attention for a study on a raptorial dinosaur fossil that has exceptionally long feathers, which sheds light on the mechanics of how larger-bodied feathered dinosaurs took flight.
Museum scientists made news when they joined with search and rescue crews to recover a rare, 16-million-year-old baleen whale fossil, encased in a 1,000-pound rock, from behind a Palos Verdes home.
KPCC went behind the scenes to film in our "whale warehouse." It's where we store and research huge mammal skeletons.