From the Los Angeles Times:

[This last] Saturday night, following a black-tie dinner to celebrate its centennial, the [Natural History] museum lifted the curtain on its brand-new entrance, the Otis Booth Pavilion.

The $13-million structure is a six-story-high, multimedia-infused glass cube that’s now home to the museum’s famous fin-whale skeleton, which hangs in a diving position from the ceiling. Until now, the building has been under wraps, with mystery mounting as to what shape it was taking under its tightly fitted white tent.