Natural History Museum is closed until further notice. View our COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for more information.
Browse by Topic
For many years, we've been adding fuel to the fire.
Where stone meets soil.
Live animals and hands-on interactives show you L.A.’s wild side.
Dig for dinosaurs, wonder at live insects, and organize your own diorama.
Watch butterflies take flight around you in this seasonal exhibition.
Look out! Killifish coming through
Explore the biodiversity of freshwater fishes across the U.S.
Hit the road from your home and dive into the biodiversity of freshwater fishes across the U.S.
Scientific expertise lays a path through uncertainty
Get ready to explore your neighborhood!
Put on your Nature Eyes and #MuseumFromHome in an all-new way with Animal Crossing
Snails and slugs Living in Metropolitan Environments (SLIME) is a community science project that aims to catalogue the biodiversity of terrestrial gastropods (land snails and slugs) in Los Angeles County and throughout Southern California.
We are asking people to collect spiders in their homes and gardens, fill out a simple data sheet about their collection, and send or bring them to the Natural History Museum.
The SuperProject is a one year long FREE program run by the Urban Nature Research Center (UNRC) at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.