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Butterfly Pavilion at the Natural History Museum

Things to do Natural History Museum , USC/Exposition Park Until Sunday September 5 2021
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Photograph: Courtesy Gina Cholick/Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County
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Photograph: Courtesy Gina Cholick/Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County
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Photograph: Courtesy Gina Cholick/Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County

Time Out says

Nature lovers rejoice! Spend a day at the Natural History Museum’s Butterfly Pavilion, which will open from March 18 through September 6 with up to 30 butterfly and moth species and an assortment of California plants. The seasonal outdoor exhibit allows for adults and children alike to witness nature up close—we’re talking having bufferlies take flight and land on your arms or shoulders. Prime time for these unique butterfly flight experiences are between 10 and 11am each morning.

You’ll need a timed ticket (which will be released March 8 at 10am for the following two weeks) to enter, and just a heads up that the route through the pavilion is one way only. Each reservation includes access to the nature garden, though you’ll also need to pre-pay for parking ($6).

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Venue name: Natural History Museum
Address: Exposition Park
900 Exposition Blvd
Los Angeles
90007
Price: $6

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