There’s a surprising amount of nature in Los Angeles, and the more you know how to look for it, the more you’ll see. You’ll be blown away by the plants, animals, and the people devoted to protecting and studying them – and at the L.A. Nature Fest you’ll be able to learn all about it!
This two-day festival celebrates L.A.’s wild side on March 16 and 17 at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. Scientists from local museums will be discussing their devotion to protecting and studying nature’s most mesmerizing creations. Exhibitor booths from local organizations will present. Be part of this festival at the Natural History Museum’s Nature Gardens.
Festival highlights include:
- Meet live animals such as falcons, owls, oppossums and reptiles.
- Build your own bird houses! Limited availability, first come, first served.
- Raptor flight demonstrations.
- Talk face to face with real scientists and nature experts who are excited to answer your questions.
- Be one of the first to get a copy of NHM’s newest book Wild L.A. and meet the authors.
- Free giveaways from the Tree People and seed packets from Big Green.
- Step and repeat with Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob characters.
- Over 35 exhibitor booths with local organizations
- Hands on nature crafts and activities
This festival is your research to learn about the nature all around you.
Get your $10 Weekend Day Pass on the Metrolink and transfer for free onto Metro Rail to get to the festival!