Night at the Museum II – Natural History Museum
The LA Natural History Museum isn’t as large as what you might see in NYC, but it does have a First Friday program featuring an open museum and separate admission for the bands who were in this case, Mariachi El Bronx and El Haru Kuroi. Both great bands sporting a Latin flavor. The sound isn’t at it’s best inside of a museum, but the energy was high and the bands played great.
Yet, the museum itself is a spectacle. On a first friday you can check it out for the price of admission, but do be careful. $10 parking. Why so high? Perhaps it’s because the museum has been redone and each of the sections I got to see looked spectacular. Clean, up to date and of course a great section on dinosaurs which is a must have if you’re going to boast natural history. Impressive and unlike the musty aired museum I remembered from way back. The gorilla at bottom looks real.
The skeletons look as good as they do anywhere else. The collection here is no joke and it’s probably highly underrated.
Luke Chueh on the text. Meanwhile a mammoth type beast is behind him.
This arrangement is awesome. You can easily imagine and look on the second floor. It’s a skeleton in tact and still with the rock around it.
Caro who once took care of whales.
Another shot of the dinosaurs.
See the set of images.