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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!
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Second Nature

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!

 

Upcoming Events:

Gardening for Monarch Butterflies Sunday, October 4 | 9am - noon

Have you ever wanted to plant a garden for Monarch butterflies? Join Museum experts at this workshop to learn how to grow a home for Monarchs. We will teach you all you need to know about planting a Monarch Waystation. You will also learn how to track your garden's success using the Monarch Larva Monitoring Project's citizen science methods. 

You will even get a free plant to kick start your garden!

ONLINE REGISTRATION HERE. Or call us to register over the phone at 213.763.3499. 

Gardening for the Bees Sunday, November 8th | 9am - noon

Have you ever wanted to plant a garden for bees and other pollinators? Join Museum experts at this workshop to learn how to grow a home for pollinators in your yard. We'll teach you all you need to know about growing a habitat garden and how you can track its success using the Great Sunflower Project's citizen science methods. 

You will even get a free plant to kick start your garden!

REGISTRATION CLICK HERE. To register over hte phone please call us at 213.763.3499.