There’s always something new to discover at The Nat, from family activities to evening events to new films and exhibitions. You’ll find a new experience every time you visit.
A look behind the scenes in our storage areas is like a cross-section of the diversity of nature itself. You’ll find everything from tiny beetles to enormous whale bones.
Learn and explore the natural world through play. This new space invites our 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.
Oceans: Our Blue Planet by BBC Earth takes us on a global odyssey to discover the largest and least explored habitat on earth.
Learn about the unexpected wonders of nature that are right under our noses—in our own backyards. Spanning a seasonal year around a suburban home, Backyard Wilderness displays a stunning array of unique wildlife images and behavior.
Come celebrate Dia de Muertos at The Nat! In partnership with the Mexican Consulate and the Centro Cultural Tijuana (CECUT), the Museum is hosting a four-day celebration. On all four days, visitors will be able to view the altar for extinct species (with interpretive talks offered at various times), enjoy Dia de Muertos coloring activities in the Atrium, and purchase pan de muerto and chocolaté at The Flying Squirrel Cafe.