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L.A. Nature Fest at The Natural History Museum L.A.
March 16 - March 17$7 – $15
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L.A. Nature Fest returns to the Natural History Museum L.A. (NHMLA) on March 16-17 for a special two-day festival with some of our coolest and wildest animal neighbors!
L.A. Nature Fest takes place in the Nature Gardens, the outdoor space where museum scientists do their research and educators share some of nature’s interesting stories. Inspired by everything from the Griffith Park mountain lion to the birds in the Nature Gardens, NHMLA opens its doors to all who are curious about the “wild side” of Los Angeles. Say “hello” to an opossum, have lunch with a rattlesnake, and take a walk with a desert tortoise. Museum scientists will also be available to answer your questions about snails, bugs, birds, and all of your other questions regarding the city’s nature. Both days will be filled with performances, hands-on activities, and presentations. Other highlights include 35 exhibitor booths in partnership with local organizations, live animal presentations, stage performances and nature walks, expert tips on how to attract wildlife to your garden, nature crafts, activities, and early-morning bird walks.
L.A. Nature Fest runs from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both days. The event is free with paid admission, or for museum members (plus 9 a.m. early admission). Museum admission is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors, youth and students, and $7 for children 12 and under.