| The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is a treasure house that chronicles the mind-boggling history of planet Earth and its inhabitants from 600 million years ago to the present. Constructed in 1913, this stately, domed Spanish Renaissance style contains 35 massive exhibition halls are chock-full of exhibits.
Sure Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops top visitors lists, but there are also hundreds of other fantastic displays of birds and marine life, rocks and minerals and North American mammals. Still, if seeing the worldOs rarest shark and the insect zoo arenOt enough, there are dinosaur eggs, a two-foot tall amethyst-lined geode and an on-line simulated research submersible seamobile and moreE Much more!
Location: 900 Exposition Blvd.
Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:30am-5pm Saturday-Sunday: 10am-5pm Closed July 4, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day