Very good value, the tickets are inexpensive and rich in content. So shocking! It's a pity that I didn't finish shopping late, so I plan to come again.More
The venue is so big that you can see the three venues together on the day you go, which is very cost-effective. The number of dinosaurs in the museum is the most, and the introduction is also the most detailed. There is also a jewelry exhibition area in the museum. The huge red, yellow and blue colors are absolutely stunning!
This place is a must if your into natural history. Lol. Of course it has the animal displays and dinos that are seen in the movie "night at the museum" but it also has a fruit and vegetable garden outside and the best part...on certain Tuesday's throughout the year, you can get in for FREE
One of LA's largest natural and historical museum with over millions of specimens and artifacts. Perfect place to bring the kids to learn about our history. Admission is free for members but Adults are $12 and students with ID are $9. Child admission costs $5. They're open everyday from 9:30-5pm. Parking is hard to find if you're avoiding paying.
I have been a member of the Natural History Museum for the past 2 years, and I still find it enjoyable and educational every time I go. They are always changing up the exhibits and they offer so many real life animal and insect encounters. There really is no where else you can get such easy access to exotic species in the LA area. I highly recommend as a date place and obviously for families with children. This place will really inspire you to keep exploring the mysteries of our world.
Take the Metro from Culver City right to the Museum. See the Natural History and Science Museums and the Space Shuttle.
Home of the La Brea tar pits. You can visit the tar pits for free and only a small walk away from the LA County Museum of Art "LACMA".