The environment and people interacted, and transformed L.A.
Kevin Sharer Hall
W.M. Keck Foundation Gallery
The James Irvine Foundation Gallery
William Randolph Hearst Gallery
Millard Sheets Mural
Edwin Deakin Paintings
Kerosene Locomotive Headlamp
The Founding of Los Angeles, 1781
Learn to see L.A. wildlife through new eyes.
Elaine Otter Leventhal Bridge
Driscoll Family Fountain
Erika J. Glazer Family Edible Garden
Where we can all be scientists.
Putting NHMLA among world's dinosaur exhibit leaders.
Jane G. Pisano Dinosaur Hall
The Rose Hills Foundation Gallery
T. rex Growth Series
T. rex Adult Skull
Continents move. Climates change. Mammals evolve.
The Ahmanson Hall
Meeker Jensen Family Gallery
Early Humans Stood Upright
The original Museum building.
The original 1913 Building is the historic core of the Museum, encompassing the Rotunda, Age of Mammals, and the upcoming permanent exhibitions related to dinosaurs and Los Angeles history.
Haaga Family Rotunda
Stained Glass Oculus
We are grateful to our Institutional Partners