Ben Stiller’s first and last LSD trip took place right outside the Museum of Natural History on the Upper West Side the night before Thanksgiving.
The 54-year-old actor recently revealed that tidbit while appearing on a “Night at the Museum” reunion for “Stars in the House” alongside director Shawn Levy, Owen Wilson, Carla Gugino, Steve Coogan and Hank Azaria.
“The first and last time I took LSD was right outside the museum of natural history,” he admitted.
Previously Stiller detailed that acid trip in the Netflix documentary “Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics” in which he explained that passing by the balloons being blown up for the Thanksgiving Day Parade was a freaky experience.
Despite it all, he only has fond memories of the museum.
“I grew up on 84th and Riverside,” he explained, “so that museum was part of my life growing up.”
The “Zoolander” star also confessed that he didn’t attend the prestigious Ethical Culture Fieldston School because he didn’t make the grade.
“I didn’t get into Ethical,” he said. “I failed the test when I was six. I wasn’t smart enough.”