La Brea Tar Pits
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If there is only one part of the Tar Pits to see, it’s Project 23. Part of the Page Museum (where the tar pits are), Project 23 is where excavators are continuously digging into the ground for fossils! You can watch a live dig if you plan it right, as Project 23 operates every single day, and they’re always finding new fossils!
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There are over 35 million artifacts and specimen at the Natural History Museum making it the largest natural and historical museum in the western United States. The seasonal Butterfly Pavilion (mid-April through Labor Day) and Spider Pavilion (mid-September through early November) are very popular! Visitors are required to have a timed-ticket for an additional fee. To guarantee your spot, it is highly recommended to purchase tickets in advance.