In accordance with the L.A. City Municipal Code Ordinance, all eligible patrons (currently 12+) are required to show proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test performed within 72 hours. Visitors 18+ must also show a valid photo ID. View our COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for more information.  

Field Trip Add-Ons

Looking to make the most of your field trip? Check out our Field Trip Add-Ons to request these additional reservations for your students' visit!

Special Exhibitions

Special Exhibitions offered below are self-guided opportunities to explore reservation-only spaces in the museum. These popular exhibits have space limitations and require this additional reservation. While you and your group would be exploring the exhibit on your own, we have free downloadable Learning Resources (including activities, videos, lesson plans, teacher guides, and more!) to help you prepare an itinerary for your time in the exhibits.

Please note: Due to current COVID-19 protocols and limited capacity, all onsite field trips are self-guided and add-ons such as Butterfly & Spider Pavilion, Dinosaur Encounters, and 3D Theater are currently unavailable to school groups.

Becoming Jane

Jane Goodall making an observation outdoors
Photo by Michael Nichols, National Geographic. Jane Goodall, 35 years after her original observations, finding great joy in watching the Gombe chimpanzees. Gombe National Park, Tanzania.

Grades Pre K–12 (30 minutes; self-guided)
Explore a hands-on, transportive, multimedia exhibition celebrating the extraordinary life and work of world-renowned primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall.

Opens November 8, 2021. Free reservations available Monday–Friday, 10 am–1:30 pm.

Permanent Exhibitions

kids interacting with exhibits in nature lab

Looking for other spaces to explore inside (and outside!) the Museum? Learn more about our permanent exhibitions and see all that your students can discover on their field trip—no additional reservations for school groups required!