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Our First Fridays Lectures are where science meets fun. Available for download via RSS or the iTunes Podcasts network.

Blogs

Amazing Events
Unlike some cultural institutions, the Natural History Museum welcomes weddings and personal celebrations in addition to corporate affairs and fellow non-profit organizations. While our experienced event staff is happy to make recommendations on how and where to plan your event, we don’t limit you to a select number of floor plans. Would you like the dinosaurs to preside over your ceremony? Not a problem! Would you prefer them to be the M.C.’s on the dance floor? Done! Events here are limited only by your imagination.

Tar Pits Blog
Excavation dispatches from the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits.

MinBlog
This blog is dedicated to all things stemming from our Gems and Mineral Research Department!

Nature Gardens
This blog is all about the Museum's new outdoor exhibit, the Nature Gardens. It'll keep you in the loop as the exhibit is built, the plants are put in, and we start keeping track of the animals that move in.

Vertebrate Paleontology
A blog of the Vertebrate Paleontology Department.