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Since its inception in 1965, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has been devoted to collecting works of art that span both history and geography, in addition to representing Los Angeles's uniquely diverse population. Today LACMA is the...more
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You should know that the 2nd Tuesday of every month is free (saving $25 for adult ticket). Second the place is worth $25 admission. I would give at least 2 hours, wear comfortable shoes for lots of walking & standing. You can take pictures as...More
Don't try the Food but the Exhibits are always worth going to. It is always changing but when I attended with my sibling I was very entertained with the art being interactive. When LACMA has the Interactive Exhibits is when I highly recommend going if...More
right next door to the tar pits, couple of eatery choices with more restaurants near by. Several buildings to check out and very eclectic collection. nice outdoor space and cool gift shop. the street light installation is very very popular at night.
I really enjoyed the Picasso exhibit. It was wonderful to see so many of his works in one location. The museum is quite spacious and easy to navigate. Outside spaces are lovely. However, it's definitely too pricey.
Since I've moved to Los Angeles, I've managed to make a trip to fun events, outdoorsy locations, and museums. LACMA was definitely funtresting! Worth checking out if you're in LA. The Urban Lights, however, was a fun experience especially at night. It's a busy spot...More
We explored the Urban lights out front, 3D museum and gift shop. It was all nice and a lot to view. There was also perfect picture opportunity at the Urban Lights (a must!) The day we went was a Sunday and there was food trucks...More
Response from MichaelLong1963 | Reviewed this property |
They never close. We went there around 2am and they are on and have security guards nearby and there is no charge for the lamps or taking pictures. I will bet you will find people still there no matter what time of they... More
They never close. We went there around 2am and they are on and have security guards nearby and there is no charge for the lamps or taking pictures. I will bet you will find people still there no matter what time of they day you go.
Enjoy your visit and it is worth going to!