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What You'll Get
- Individual Plus membership is valid for one named person with a transferable member card for any unnamed guest
- Dual Plus membership is valid for two named people with a transferable member card for any unnamed guest
- Family Plus membership is valid for two named adults and up for four named children aged 17 and under, and a transferable member card for any unnamed guest
Membership Plus includes:
- 12-month all-access pass to three museums with no blackout periods
- Unlimited free admission to the Natural History Museum, the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, and the William S. Hart Museum
- One transferable member card for any unnamed guest
- Invitations to Member Preview Days and members-only events
- Unlimited free admission to all blockbuster exhibitions/programs:
- Get hands-on with exciting new interactives while exploring Mammoths and Mastodons (open now)
- West Coast premiere of Antarctic Dinosaurs (opening April 2019) where guests will discover dinosaurs and never before seen fossils
- Free season tickets to First Fridays, a lecture and music series
- Free tickets to the Butterfly Pavilion, Spider Pavilion, Bug Fair, and Dino Fest
- Discounts at the museum stores and on magic memories photos
- Free tickets to all films at the new 3D theater
- Discounts on classes, lectures, field trips, summer camp, and overnight adventures
- Members-Lounge access with complimentary beverages
- Free online subscription to the Naturalist, NHM’s magazine, and e-newsletter
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 1, 2019. Amount paid never expires. Membership must be redeemed at the museum. Must provide valid ID at redemption. Membership is non-transferable. Limit 2 per person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, and William S. Hart Museum
The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County constantly strives to better understand how human beings are connected—to each other, certainly, but also to their communities, other species, and the earth itself. The foundation accomplishes that with global research, dizzying collections, and engaging exhibits, and it shares all of its findings through its family of museums:
Natural History Museum: As home to one of the world's most important collections of natural and cultural history, this museum houses more than 35 million objects—some as old as 4.5 billion years. Its immersive exhibitions offer guests the chance to explore the "big picture" and learn about how the world's specimens are connected.
The La Brea Tar Pits and Museum: Located in the heart of metropolitan L.A., it's the only active urban paleontological excavation site in the U.S. It showcases Ice Age fossils of animals that are thousands of years old, including saber-toothed cats, mammoths, and mastodons.
William S. Hart Museum: In 1921, silent film star William S. Hart built a 22-room mansion in Newhall and filled it with Western art, Native American artifacts, and early Hollywood memorabilia. Today, the house hosts tours and silent movie screenings, and it's also home to various animals—including a herd of bison that was given as a gift by Walt Disney Studios in 1962.