This is not street shooting but I plan on doing it anyway..
(Though it is on a street,, and there is plenty to shoot in the area. And the University Of Southern California is right across the street)
There is a butterfly pavilion and a spider pavillion.. And if you have never been to this place you have no idea what you are missing.. Dinosaurs,, Mummies ,, wierd bugs..
The Date is TBA,,
If you are interested,, join me for a day of shooting... good practice ,, fun and everything doesnt have to be on the street or really serious,, sometimes it's just for fun..
$9.00College Students w/ ID
For Butterfly Pavilion and Spider Pavilion: Adults: $3.00, Seniors/Students: $2.00, and Children: $1.00
The Natural History Museum is located in Exposition Park at 900 Exposition Boulevard between Vermont Avenue and Figueroa Street.
Due to our own construction on the front side of the Museum, our directions avoid Exposition Blvd. east of Vermont.
From the Westside
10 East, exit Vermont Ave., turn right. Left onto Exposition Blvd. Museum is on the right.
From the South
110 North, exit Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., turn left. Right on Bill Robertson Lane (formerly Menlo Ave.). Parking lot is on the left; Museum is on the right.
From Pasadena, Downtown
110 South, exit Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., turn right. Right on Bill Robertson Lane (formerly Menlo Ave.). Parking lot is on the left; Museum is on the left.
There are two NHM-convenient stops on the Metro Expo Line: the Expo/Vermont station or Expo Park/USC station.
The Expo/Vermont station brings you by the Dueling Dinos statue. The pretty, short walk from Expo Park/USC is adjacent to the Rose Garden and NHM's renovated 1913 Building.
Parking is available for $8 in the Museum’s Car Park on Exposition Blvd. and Bill Robertson Lane. If the Car Park is full, patrolled lots are also available directly across from the Museum on Bill Robertson Lane for $10 (cash only), as well as in lots throughout Exposition Park. Parking rates and availability may vary during special events in Exposition Park. NHM has designated parking during USC games.
Be prepared: the Museum’s parking lot accepts cash only.