Workshops | Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

Visit the Erika J. Glazer Family Edible Garden in the Nature Gardens for our gardening workshop series taught by a Master Gardener!
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Go Metro and Save $1.25 on Adult Admission!

Show your valid Metro pass or Metro Rail ticket at the box office and get $1.25 off adult admission. There are two NHM-convenient stops on the Metro Expo Line: the Expo/Vermont station or Expo Park/USC station.

(Hints: The Expo/Vermont station brings you by our Dueling Dinos statue. The pretty, short walk from Expo Park/USC is adjacent to the Rose Garden and NHM's renovated 1913 Building.)

Do You Want To Start Your Own Veggie Garden?

NHM's master gardner Florence Nishida explains why we should start our own healthy vegetable garden at home. Fall gardening classes start soon, part of our new and expanded Workshops program! 
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Workshops

NHM workshops provide you with hands-on experiences and relevant skills. Enjoy your time at the Museum in our beautiful new garden spaces while also learning something new!

 

Dig Deeper into Vegetable Gardening - SOLD OUT

Sunday, April 27 and May 4, 2014 | 1- 4:30 pm 

In this hands-on course you will build on your existing gardening skills, while learning how to creatively design your edible garden to be productive and beautiful. You will receive in-depth explanations of what to plant when, best ways to manage your yield, and how to responsibly use water for irrigation. Expand your knowledge about soil biology and get tips on how to grow a variety of produce, using naturally organic methods. 

 

 

Urban Beekeeping

Saturday, May 31, 2014 | 1-3 pm 

Interested in organic beekeeping? Learn firsthand how to get started and what tools to use! We will walk you through the process of becoming an organic beekeeper while acquainting you with the proper tools. This workshop will also touch on the plight of the honeybee, the causes behind Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), and ways to help bees in your community!

WHERE

900 Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90007

COST

Members $15
Nonmembers $20

Register online or call us at 213.763.3499.