A trip to the Farmers Daughter Hotel in the Hollywood / Los Angeles area puts right next to some of the most amazing attractions. You can be sure that you will not need a car to enjoy these attractions either, yes our location allows you the luxury of walking to these attractions.
The George C. Page Museum,’ part of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, was built next to the La Brea tar pits in Hancock Park on Wilshire Boulevard. It tells the story of the tar pits and presents specimens from them. Visitors can walk around the park and see the tar pits. On the grounds of the park are life-sized models of prehistoric animals in or near the tar pits. Of more than a hundred pits, only Pit 91 is still regularly excavated by researchers. The museum encloses the pit and tourists can watch as it is excavated for two months each summer. Paleontologists supervise and direct the work of volunteers.
La Brea is a famous and accessible paleontological site because it is in a large city, with dramatic exhibits well presented at the Page Museum.