Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County convenes two advisory councils for snazzy renovation

At the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (NHMLAC) an underway expansion project and the formation of two advisory councils promise to deliver an improved cultural destination where visitors can engage with nature- and heritage-related activities as well as admire the first display of a green dinosaur skeleton. Last week, the institution announced its plans for NHM Commons, a new wing and a community hub at the Natural History Museum in Exposition Park will open in 2024, one year after the original planned opening date.

The institution tapped Frederick Fisher and Partners to oversee the architecture of NHM Commons, with Studio MLA

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