Wednesday, July 3

HOW TO explore nature in LA

Looking for something new and exciting to do with the family this weekend? We recommend an adventure to the nearby land of Los Angeles for a day dedicated to learning about and exploring nature. Just off the 110, amid all those skyscrapers and billboards, are some great spots for kids of all ages to find inspiration....

Kick off the day with a visit to the LA Natural History Museum. Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature at the new 31/2 acre Nature Garden complete with pond, Get Dirty Zone, edible garden and living wall. Check out the nature lab for hands-on animal presentations and don't miss the Butterfly Pavilion or the famous Dinosaur exhibit! General museum admission is $12 for adults and $5 for children. 

After a morning learning about nature, head next-door for a picnic in the Exposition Park Rose Garden. This stunning garden has been a part of Los Angeles history since 1928 and is now a destination for LA natives and tourists alike. The park is open to the public daily from 9am to sunset and is the perfect place to "stop and smell the roses." 

Image from PASA Network
Contributed by Alyssa, Fairmont Private Schools 

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