After you and your moving company arrive in Los Angeles, you'll likely find that the city is rife with great learning opportunities for you and your family. Here are a few museums that you may want to check out.
Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles is a fun way to learn about the amazing animals from the past and present. Checking out the exhibits will give you an insider's view of everything from the giant dinosaurs that once roamed the earth to the untamed wildlife that graces Africa's planes. You'll marvel at the exquisite beauty and colors in the butterfly pavilion and experience the fascinating lives of spiders right outside on the museum's South Lawn.
Petersen Automotive Museum
If you have a passion for anything on four wheels, then the Petersen Automotive Museum is for you. The space consists of four floors and nearly 300,000 square feet, filled with more than 150 timeless vehicles. Not only can you see rare cars, but the museum teaches you about the history of the automobile, from its inception to state of the art concept designs. There's also an interactive learning center, which is used to instruct children on the basics of how a car operates.
The Grammy Museum is the perfect place for music fans to come and learn about the industry and starlets that have graced the airwaves and stages for our listening pleasure. It first opened in 2008, and 30,000 square feet hosts an array of constantly revolving exhibits that are interactive, educational and entertaining. Some of the special exhibits focus on music's biggest names like the Beatles, Bob Dylan and Michael Jackson, while others delve into the evolution of music throughout the years.