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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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Husband and I went here and it took us a whole day to get through. Very interesting and unique. It had a building for the art around the renaissance period and other “older” art. If you’re into more funky and more contemporary and modern art,...More
Visited the grounds after being redirected for parking from the TarPits ( they share the grounds)
I love the Urban Lights! I had seen them in movies and had no idea where in LA they were! It was a nice surprise to stumble upon them...More
Most art lovers and museum goers have seen enough impressionist art to fill an airport hangar and enough abstract expressionism to tuck in there as well. It’s good stuff and worth viewing, but almost any museum of note in the world, has a collection of...More
Some great collection of art located here. The museum is well organized to complete a visit at a reasonable pace and see many interesting pieces of art in their collection. A great place to spend an afternoon.
Response from annmariefow | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the lights are at the main entrance the complex of multiple buildings. You can also view the sculpture garden and a few other things without entering any building. You can walk around and enjoy the atmosphere, along... More
Yes, the lights are at the main entrance the complex of multiple buildings. You can also view the sculpture garden and a few other things without entering any building. You can walk around and enjoy the atmosphere, along with the tar pits and their history, for free.
Response from AikenJoshAndrew | Reviewed this property |
Well, when i visited the place a few months ago the gate person charged me $14. And if you are local with a valid identification you will get additional discount. Can't understand why some people paid $25.