If in any case you will be heading to Los Angeles for a visit and even for the dwellers therein, one of the most noteworthy sites for you to get to is the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles. Looking at its precise location, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles is located in Exposition Park, between Vermont Avenue and Figueroa Street and as such happens to be quite easily located and accessed from all parts of the city. The following is a look at some of the things that you can do and see when you happen to get down for a tour of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles.
We have already seen mentioned above the fact that this is one of the top tourist destinations and this is one fact that is supported by locals and foreigners alike for the fact that there is just something in it for anyone going there. By and large, there are quite a number of the exhibits and attractions at this site and some of these are such as the permanent exhibits, the special exhibits and the diorama artwork displays to mention but some of these among the many. These do not just end at the exhibits for there are quite a number of the attractions and activities at the site for visitors to thrill in some of which are such as workshops, festivals, community science programs which are so designed for various age groups, students and adults and the like.
The Insect Zoo is one of the places that you may want to set foot in while on a tour of the city’s great tourist destination and as a matter of fact, this is one of the places where you are bound to serve and satisfy your longing and craving for the creepers and the crawlers that nature has for us. Here you will not only have an up-close look at some of the insects but you will as well have an idea on how they live, survive and exist here.
The next destination that you may be well guided setting foot into while having your time at the site is the Discovery Center which equally has so much to offer you while touring this great tourist destination site. The Discovery Center basically has something new to offer you in the Paleo Play Zone where you can dig for fossils, lay hands on real minerals, furs and a lot more of the new things that you can learn and discover here.
All in all, there is just so much that you can actually learn of and about the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, in so far as the fun facts about it go. For instance, did you know of the fact that this is one of the site that protects and houses over 35 million specimens that date far back as far as over 4.5 billon years?