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Explore the world's only active, urban Ice Age excavation site. Inside the Page Museum is where we showcase the best fossils, animals, and plants that have been discovered here - mammoths, saber-toothed cats, dire wolves, and more. Experience the...more
All reviews ice age dire wolves sabre tooth prehistoric animals excavation site natural history fascinating place wilshire blvd all ages on display great for kids couple of hours walk around skeleton mammoth bubbling asphalt
In both of my last trips to LA I’ve been to the tar pits by chance and I really like place. It’s a peaceful park, has a distinct scent (that some may not like but I do) and there’s just something calming about watching the...More
Really nice, spacious museum. My son is 2 years and he really enjoyed looking at the models, fossils, and playing with some of the interactive stuff.
I really enjoyed the museum too. It isn’t too big, but the exhibits were well done and very cool....More
First of all- there is a lot to see in the surrounding park and it is free of cost! You truly forget that you’re in a bustling city while here. The whole park and museum is very educational. The museum offers student and senior discounts....More
An on-site museum housing and featuring the millions of fossils excavated in the nearby tar pits (which are inaccurately named, as was repeatedly explained to us).
All around excellent. There are Imax shows, live saber tooth puppet show, a mummified baby mammoth, lots of huge...More
Spent a beautiful early autumn Sunday at this very worthwhile institution with my wife, our adult daughter and her 3 young children only one of whom is already in school. The complex spoke to all three generations. There were informative
signs and staff, a 3D...More
Depending on the age of the group I suggest 2 hours plus. If you take part in any of the guided activities or watch the movie then allow more. For food we recommend going up Fairfax Ave for a few blocks to the LA Farmers... More
Depending on the age of the group I suggest 2 hours plus. If you take part in any of the guided activities or watch the movie then allow more. For food we recommend going up Fairfax Ave for a few blocks to the LA Farmers Market. This is a real gem, has plenty of fantastic food, handmade ice cream and lots and lots of shade.