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    Griffith ObservatoryGriffith Observatory Los Angeles, California
    this fabulous observatory sits on the south facing slope of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park with a spectacular view of the nation's biggest city that includes the Los Angeles Basin, Hollywood on the south, the Pacific Ocean on the southwest and downtown Los Angeles southeast. It has grown into a very popular tourist destination because of its excellent array of science and space related exhibits. The three plus acres it occupies was given to the city in 1896 by Col. Griffith J. Griffith with funds left in his will to construct the massive observatory, planetarium and exhibit hall that today occupies the land. Their first exhibit was the Foucault pendulum that demonstrated the rotation of the earth and would close in 2002 to renovate and expand with a new cafe, more exhibits, the Leonard Nimoy Event Horizon Theater and a gift shop. The observatory has been showcased in many movies and been shown in numerous television shows.

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    Page Museum at La Brea Tar PitsPage Museum at La Brea Tar Pits Los Angeles, California
    the George C. Page museum that is part of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles county was constructed next to the tar pits in Hancock Park and opened in 1977 to depict the story of the tar pits and showcases specimens that have been rescued from them. Visitors can and are encouraged to walk around the pits, since the grounds contain life-size models of prehistoric animals in or near the pits, which makes for an exciting and interesting time. There are over a hundred such tar pits, although the one numbered 91 is the pit that is regularly excavated by the museum's researchers; and the museum has the pit enclosed so that visitors can come here and watch the proceedings for two months every summer. There are paleontologists on site to supervise and lead the group of volunteers that help with the work, since it is such a large famous and accessible archaeological site contained in a huge city with dramatic and outstanding exhibits in the museum.

April 6, 2011