San Diego Natural History Museum field trip

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Field trip to San Diego Natural History Museum
At the The San Diego Natural History Museum, you can take a look at 200 of the weirdest, wildest, and most fascinating animal skulls from the museum's research collection where mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians are on display; see all the fascinating specimens in storage that have never been on display (until now); meet Al, Allosaurus fragilis, a relative of T. rex; or see a replica of an extinct Megalodon shark modeled from and inspired by teeth collected from Miocene sandstones.

You can also bring a friend or two and participate in Escape The Nat...Botanic Panic!, the museum's escape room, where you can comb through clue-filled museum archives, solve puzzles, and save the world!

The museum also features a play space for kids where they can learn and explore the natural world through play. This new space invites the museum's youngest visitors to play under a shade tree, search for hidden secrets along a wooden fence, or read their favorite book in a cozy potting shed.
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What's Inside San Diego Natural History Museum in California