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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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This place is rife with instagram opportunities. Every turn and corner is a million dollar photo op waiting to happen. We came to visit while the sun was up and it wasn't half bad. Photos would have been more dramatic had we visited at night...More
Having previously been "wowed" by a visit to the LACMA - we were underwhelmed by what we could see when we returned this September. We gather that they are going to tear down most of it and replace with more earthquake resistant buildings.
LACMA is one of the best art venues in California. this expansive museum has so much to offer and see. there are often outdoor installations as well as the many indoor ones. check the LACMA website for they have so many special events from music,...More
LACMA is an amazing resource for the city, the county and for anyone who visits LA. The campus is the heart of the city. The outdoor pieces like Urban Lights and Levitated Mass draw people in and provide a great entree to art for young...More
This is one of the most important museums in Los Angeles, and the premier art museum. With many exhibitions going on simultaneously, there is always something for everyone's taste. Whether you are interested in modern art, contemporary art, painting, sculpture, photography, abd so much more....More
Came there while the museum has been closed and undergoing reconstruction, which we did not know. When searching the entrance we somehow entered the premises and saw some outside exhibitions. Next time we will plan our visit more carefully as we did not expect closing...More
The lights at the entrance are pretty cool - really nice to take pictures, probably even nicer at night.
One area of the museum was closed, so mainly only the left side are opened.
Which have interesting pieces from different artists.
Just visited LACMA today. It has an impressive collection of exhibits. It is true that they are renovating the museum but it does not feel that way since there are several blocks/galleries:
1. Paul Burden's Urban Light: This is right outside the entrance and very...More
Since you are coming from Metro Manila you probably will not be driving. You can take public transportation which is inexpensive but will take a long time. Check the transit authority website for information. Google LA... More
Since you are coming from Metro Manila you probably will not be driving. You can take public transportation which is inexpensive but will take a long time. Check the transit authority website for information. Google LA Metro and you will get the link.
Otherwise take a taxi. However you chose to get there, it is a very significant world class art museum so make every effort to get there.