The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is one of the largest museums in the world. It has a collection of more than 35 million objects, making it one of the most diverse natural history museums in the world. The museum has something for everyone, from dinosaur fossils to Egyptian mummies to butterflies from all over the world.
One of the most popular exhibits the museum has to offer is a T-Rex named Stan. Stan is a replica of a Tyrannosaurus Rex and stands at a height of 20 ft tall, 40 feet long, and 8 feet wide. Visitors can get up close and personal with Stan in the Dinosaur Hall by going through his mouth or stopping to have their picture taken under his belly.
The museum is also home to the largest collection of plants in the world, with more than 20,000 specimens. The herbarium, which is open to the public, has a collection of pressed and dried plants from all over the world. The botanical gardens on the museum grounds have more than 2,500 plant species from all around the world.
While you are at the museum, be sure to visit the Insect Zoo where you can see live insects and interact with them up-close. The zoo has more than 30 different species of bugs including tarantulas, scorpions, centipedes, beetles, and cockroaches! There is also a butterfly pavilion that has thousands of butterflies from all over the world.
So if you are looking for something to do in Los Angeles, be sure to add the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County to your list!
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