The Museum of Jurassic Technology at 9341 Venice Boulevard in the Palms district of Los Angeles, California, was founded by David Hildebrand Wilson and Diana Drake Wilson in 1988. It calls itself "an educational institution dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and the public appreciation of the Lower Jurassic", the relevance of the term "Lower Jurassic" to the museum's collections being left uncertain and unexplained.
The museum's collection includes a mixture of artistic, scientific, ethnographic, and historic items, as well as some unclassifiable exhibits; the diversity evokes the cabinets of curiosities that were the 16th-century predecessors of modern natural-history museums. The factual claims of many of the museum's exhibits strain credibility, provoking an array of interpretations.
Thu: 2 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Fri - Sun: noon - 6 p.m.
Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and the first day of the New Year's.
Note that The Tula Tea Room and Borzoi Kabinet Theater open 1 hour later than the museum and close 1 hour earlier.
Seniors (60+), students, children (13- 21): $5
Children (under 12): free
Disabled Persons, active service personnel in uniform: $1.50
Official Website http://mjt.org/
Phone (310) 836-6131
Address 9341 Venice Boulevard, 90232, Culver City
Coordinates 34°1'33.102" N -118°23'42.273" E