The Ultimate Museum Guide to LA

go to site There are so many great museums in Los Angeles. From traditional to contemporary to those focused on cars and those focused on science. Whoever said LA has no culture, definitely got it wrong! Below are a few videos of some famous Los Angeles Museums.

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The Broad

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The Broad is LA’s newest museum and one of my favorites! Add this to your list of places to explore while in #dtla. Timed tickets are required, so book in advance as limited same day tickets are available.

Tip: go midweek and check in 30 minutes before they open for your best chances to get in.

Pro tip: as soon as you enter, sign up to get in to the infinity room as that exhibit books up too!

 

The Petersen Auto Museum

With the Petersen Auto Museum just newly re-opened after an extensive renovation, Sarah discusses how it is a must-visit for visitors and locals alike. Because, I mean, everyone loves cars!

 

The Getty Center

One of LA’s most popular museums is The Getty Center. Art, architecture, gardens, and views… the best part, admission is free! Check the video for a brief intro on what to expect on your next visit.

The Getty Villa

The Getty Villa is the sister museum to the Getty Center. Located in the Pacific Palisades, it is an ideal way to get a bit of culture along the coast. Watch on for more details!

 

The California Science Center

The California Science Center mixes education and fun. It’s great for families and dates. IN the summer, it’s a great activity to beat the heat!

 

Museum Free-For-All Day

And if that were not enough, every year the city of Los Angeles hosts a “Museum Free-For-All Day, usually near the beginning of the year. Watch on to learn a little more:

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