First Fridays: Previous Seasons
Over the past decade, First Fridays has introduced adult audiences to a new kind of museum experience.
Explore past First Fridays and see which of your favorite scientists and musicians were here at NHM!
Citizen Science and Cocktails
When researchers and the public work together, it's always a reason to celebrate. Join us at Citizen Science and Cocktails events to hear from researchers about their citizen science projects.
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New Exhibits Open!
L.A. is more wild than you think! Come celebrate the transformation of NHM into an indoor-outdoor Museum!
Second Nature programming basks in nature, curiosity, and food! Formerly known as Sustainable Sundays, these talks and workshops tap into the exciting potential that NHM's new gardens offer. Are you craving urban survival skills? Want to know what some of those cool, urban trees are called? Curious about pickling your own cucumbers?
We welcome you, urban naturalist, foodie, master gardener, DIY tinkerer, and all-around fun seeker!
In celebration of our temporary exhibition, Grandes Maestros: Great Masters of Iberoamerican Folk Art, we are going to kick off the spring 2015 season with tasty workshops on tamales, tortillas, chocolate, and paper mache making.
Mole Workshop: Mexico's Culinary Gift to the World Sunday, June 14, 10 am-12 pm
Moles are complex pastes or sauces that combine chiles, herbs, and spices along with a host of other ingredients such as chocolate, fruits, nuts, and more. Many regions in Mexico have their unique moles, including mole poblano from Puebla and the seven famous (or more) moles from Oaxaca. Roll up your sleeves with the team from Chichen Itza Restaurant as they reveal the secrets of making moles.
INSTRUCTOR: Gilberto Cetina from Chichen Itza Restaurant
COST: Members $20 | Non-members $23
REGISTRATION click here or register over the phone at 213.763.3499.
Tufa Planters Workshop Saturday, May 30, 1-3pm
This workshop is sold out.