The new Nature Gardens at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County are a perfect setting for a summer night: cool landscaping, a historic building and a true urban sanctuary. Add a classic movie to the mix and now we're talking. The museum is hosting a series of summer movie events now that the gardens are open and as a bonus, there are special tours and introductions before each film (it is at a museum, after all). With classics like Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Beach Blanket Bingo and L.A. Story, this is a great addition to LA's outdoor movie menu. Films begin right after sunset.
|Venue name:||Natural History Museum||Contact:|
900 Exposition Blvd
|Opening hours:||9:30am-5pm daily|
|Price:||$12 for non-members, discounted for members|