Exploring Nature at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County!

Hey All!

We recently went on out first outing to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. Shocking I know! We’ve lived out here for close to 7 years and we’ve never made our way to the museum. It was a lovely way to spend the day with the family. I love museums and this one lived up to all it’s expectations.

They have animals and dinosaurs…

And a bug fair that was going on during our visit. We had an amazing time.

The best part about this museum has to be the Nature aspect. One of my favorite parts of the museum is the Butterfly Pavilion.

There are such beautiful Butterflies inside fluttering around you as you tour the pavilion.

The garden tours and bird watching walks in the Nature Gardens are also spectacular.

They also have bug hunts, live animal presentations, and more in the Nature Gardens and Nature Lab. Every step you take around the Nature Garden is educational. Educations signs line the tour of the Nature Garden.

Both kids and adults can enjoy these activities and learn a lot during them. The Nature Gardens appeals to all ages. It’s the perfect place for a family outing, a date destination, Educational tours, Local garden clubs/bloggers, or Tourists.

You can learn so much in the Nature Lab as well. The kids loved learning about the seasonal veggies that grow in California and so did I. You’re never to old to learn something new.

It’s a spectacular way to spend a beautiful spring day. If you love nature and discovery as much as I do and you’re in the Los Angeles area you’ll have to head over to the New NHM Nature Gardens and Nature Lab.

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What would be your favorite part of visiting the museum?

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Natural History Museum via Burst Media. The opinions and text are all mine.