Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
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Dinosaur Hall
Butterfly Pavilion
Dinosaur Hall
Butterfly Pavilion
Dinosaur Hall
LA's Natural History Museum is chock full of underwater behemoths, Sahara giants and Jurassic Park's finest. It's a great way to beat the heat in South Central and now with its own stop on the Expo Line it has never been easier to avoid obscene traffic altogether. If family day really isn't your thing, try First Fridays complete with KCRW DJs, cocktails and an impressive lineup of Los Angeles bands.
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Butterfly Pavilion
The insect exhibits change seasonally at the Los Angeles Natural History Museum, but the butterfly pavilion is worth taking time to see. Generally open during the warmer months, the enclosure allows you to walk around a greenhouse full of hundreds of butterflies. No matter your age, it's hard to leave without a smile on your face.
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