We have made the difficult decision to close The Nat to the public until further notice. We realize closures like these can feel ominous, but we see it as an act of solidarity—a collective effort to protect our most vulnerable populations.
Our museum doors may be closed, but our work will not stop. As we speak:
Stay tuned. Stay in touch. The natural world does not stop, and neither do we.
Here are some resources you can explore to keep your brain going at home:
Take a hike. There’s never been a better time to enjoy nature.
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PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS INCLUDED
Giant screen theater films - $5
General Admission includes access to core exhibitions and films in the giant screen theater (except on Residents’ Free Days ). The escort for a visitor with disabilities is entitled to free admission. More.
Want to enhance your visit with a special experience? Escape The Nat is a new way to experience The Nat, and reservations include admission to the Museum. Learn more.
The Nat offers discounted rates for groups of 10 or more as well as a variety of school field trips and programs. Learn more about group sales rates and reservation information.
The Nat is proud to participate in Museums for All. Present your Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) card, or Women, Infants & Children (WIC) card and photo ID at the Admissions Desk to receive free general admission for up to 4 people per family. Museums for All encourages families of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum habits.
Are you a Title I school? Field trips and classes at your school can be underwritten through Museum Access Funds. For availability, call the Education Department at 619.255.0349. Learn more.