|Restored facade at L.A.'s Natural History Museum: the Eagle sculpture soars again|
I've been to L.A.'s Natural History Museum many times: the 1913 Building was the home of the infamous Discovery Room--a creepy crawly extravaganza known as the bug room at my house. $100 million dollars later, it's now been redone and houses the new interactive and very modern Age of Mammals exhibition which manages to encompass 65 million years of history in one room.
|Age of Mammals at the Natural History Museum|
|Art glass by Judson Studios tops the domed ceiling of the 1913 Building|
And there's still more to come at the museum: new landscaping and entrance will face Exposition Boulevard and a new Age of Dinosaurs Hall. All scheduled to be redone by museum's 100th anniversary in 2013.