The Natural History Museum Of LA County has a new exhibition that takes Angelenos back millions of years ago. Before Los Angeles was full of people, cars, freeways, tacos, and the beautiful city we know it as today—it was totally submerged underwater and home to many prehistoric creatures.
This multimedia experience completely immerses people into the prehistoric world that Los Angeles once was. Angelenos will get to see incredible ancient fossils, witness life-size holograms of extinct animals, and even play around with an interactive map where they can discover fossils found in their own neighborhood.
Many of these incredible fossils on display were actually found by locals. From construction workers discovering 2,000 fish fossils while constructing a metro line, to museum neighbors finding an ancient whale skull in Lincoln Heights.
This is an incredible interactive exhibit that is not to be missed! Uncover L.A.’s past while also discovering its present. The LA Underwater exhibit is now open, and is free with admission to the museum.
For more information on this exhibition and how to visit, please visit the Natural History Museum site or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: 900 W Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90007