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Phone: (213) 763-3253
FAX: (213) 749-3583
fellows@nhm.org

Our New Car Park Is Open

Parking is available for $10 (cash or credit card) in the Museum’s Car Park on Exposition Blvd. and Bill Robertson Lane. If the Car Park is full, patrolled lots are also available directly across from the Museum on Bill Robertson Lane for $10 (cash only), as well as in lots throughout Exposition Park.

Parking rates and availability may vary during special events in Exposition Park. NHM has designated parking during USC games.

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Your membership contributes directly to the NHM Next Campaign — which means you’ll be supporting our scientific research, the preservation of our extraordinary collections, and the exhibitions in which that scientific expertise and our 3.5 million objects and specimens converge!
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Exclusively for Fellows

Fellows members are a visionary group of donors who support the Museum's mission and, in return for their generosity, receive exclusive benefits, and access including invitations to a year-long calendar of events with the Museum's President and Director, including family adventures, VIP dinners, exciting field trips, and exhibition openings. Learn more about The Fellows. 

They are also invited to one of the Museum's largest and most fun events, the annual Haunted Museum Halloween party.

 

Alliance Circle Salon: Beauties and the Beasts of BioSCAN Sunday, October 5 – Offsite

Museum Trustee Betsy Thumann invites guests to her lovely Brentwood home to hear Assistant Collections Managers of BioSCAN, Emily Hartop and Lisa Gonzalez, as they speak about their incredile discoveries, including species not only new to Los Angeles, but new to science. 

Alliance Circle Salon: Prints Charming - Tracking L.A. Wildlife Saturday, October 11

Museum donors Krishna and Bob Daly welcome you to visit their ranch for a family-friendly outdoor experience! Guests will learn the ins and outs of animal tracking and wildlife ecology from Miguel Ordeñana, one of our Citizen Science Coordinators and the field biologist tracking P-22, Griffith Park’s own marvelous mountain lion. Afterwards, guests will receive a tour of the ranch and a visit with the ranch animals (including goats, ponies, and pigs) followed by lunch.