Museum of Jurassic Technology: Virtual Tour

360° Photography at the Magical Culver City Institution

Fauna of Mirrors: A Catadioptric Bestiary

At left is the exhibit, Fauna of Mirrors: A Catadioptric Bestiary, at the wondrous Museum of Jurassic Technology in Culver City, California.

The beautiful murals on the walls of the bestiary are painted by Jose Clemente Orozco, who I believe is the grandson of the painter of the same name who helped establish the Mexican Mural Renaissance beginning in the 1920s.

Rooftop Courtyard

A lovely place to be.

Tula Tea Room

Described on the MJT website as, " A rumination on time, space, and the intersection between them as evidenced by the landscape and limitless expanses of the Mongolian and Siberian Steppe."

The World Is Bound With Secret Knots

The World Is Bound With Secret Knots: The Life and Works of Athanasius Kircher

This 360° photo conveys the feel of this exhibit, but the enchantment of standing inches away from each of these showcases containing magical wonders can't be replicated photographically.

A visit to the museum in person is highly recommended.