What is Camp Croods?
Camp Croods is inspired by The Croods: A New Age
. The two separate interactive programs will feature hands-on activities and scientific investigation to explore the Ice Age, human origins, and fate of saber-toothed cats.
Families will have the chance to meet real-life paleontologists and archaeologists, participate in DIY art projects, explore virtual tar pits (La Brea Tar Pits camp), take a virtual tour of the Human Origins exhibition (NMNH camp), and experience drawing demonstrations that bring the fan-favorite prehistoric Croods characters to life.
What dates is Camp Croods happening?
Registration for these events is FREE but you do have to RSVP ahead of time.
Camp Croods at La Brea Tar Pits
Thursday, February 11, 2021, 3PM – 4:30PM PT (6PM – 7:30PM ET)
Saturday, February 13, 2021, 10AM – 11:30AM PT (1PM – 2:30PM ET)
Camp Croods at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
ABOUT THE CROODS: A NEW AGE
The first prehistoric family is ready for another rocking adventure! The Croods have survived fanged beasts, natural disasters, and even young love, but now they must face their biggest challenge yet: another family! In search of a new home, the Croods discover a walled-in paradise created by the sophisticated Betterman family (emphasis on the “better”). As they try to coexist, the differences between the two families escalate into a full-blown feud, but when a new threat forces both families to embark on an epic adventure, they must all learn to work together…or they’ll all go extinct! Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Keener, Clarke Duke, Cloris Leachman, Leslie Mann, Peter Dinklage and Kelly Marie Tran star in this hilarious animated comedy for the whole family!
ABOUT THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUMS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY
The Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County (NHMLAC) include the Natural History Museum in Exposition Park, La Brea Tar Pits in Hancock Park, and the William S. Hart Museum in Newhall. They operate under the collective vision to inspire wonder, discovery, and responsibility for our natural and cultural worlds. The museums hold one of the world’s most extensive and valuable collections of natural and cultural history—more than 35 million objects. Using these collections for groundbreaking scientific and historical research, the museums also incorporate them into on- and offsite nature and culture exploration in L.A. neighborhoods, and a slate of community science programs—creating indoor-outdoor visitor experiences that explore the past, present, and future. Visit NHMLAC.ORG
for adventure, education, and entertainment opportunities.
ABOUT THE SMITHSONIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
The National Museum of Natural History is connecting people everywhere with Earth’s unfolding story. The museum is one of the most visited natural history museums in the world with approximately 5 million annual visitors from the U.S. and around the world. Opened in 1910, the museum is a scientific research center dedicated to maintaining and preserving the world’s most extensive collection of natural history specimens and human artifacts. For more information, visit naturalhistory.si.edu
which offers a host of educational programming, a chance to explore our collections, and the opportunity to embark on a virtual tour of current and past exhibitions.