Open to public since 1913, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County has transformed into a hub of science, culture, nature, and visitor-friendly amenities. It is the largest natural and historical museum in the Western United States. Spend your day discovering more about dinosaurs, birds, insects, culture, and the story of the early beginnings of Los Angeles. Walk through the museum's five large-scale exhibits, including Dinosaur Hall and the outdoor Nature Gardens making it an indoor and outdoor destination. If you're interested in learning about history, culture, and animals, this is a must-visit museum in L.A.
Highlights : - Visit the largest natural and historical museum in the western United States
- See the museum's 35 million specimens which cover around 4.5 billion years of history
- Check out the fascinating T. Rex Growth Series – the only one in the entire world!
- Explore more than 16 exhibits and a working paleontology laboratory open to the public all year round
# Additional Information:
- Child ticket: Age 3-12
- Infants aged 0-2 can enter for free
- Youth ticket (age 13-17) and Senior ticket (age 62+) is available for sale at location
- Special exhibitions are not included in the ticket
- Food and beverages are not allowed inside any of the Museum halls and exhibits
- **Please note:** Nature History Museum of Los Angeles County is open to the public with free entry on the following days: the first Tuesday on each month (except Jul and Aug); every Tuesday on September
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Ticket