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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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In a city with world class artists supported by world class private money, this physical plant is an embarrassment. Sort of like LAX. Either too many decision makers or not enough. Either way, it doesn’t work. And it’s so ugly it’s hard to ignore. Gave...More
Not too impressed, although my sister (who was with me) said that she has seen great exhibits in the past. Perhaps it was just the current exhibits. Nice facility. I thought $25 was a lot for entry given that the exhibits were so disappointing.
In LA for the Rose Bowl. We had our Millennial son with us and one of the places he wanted to visit was the Urban Light exhibit at the LACMA. He said it was one of the most popular Instagram locations in LA. We visited...More
A fascinating gathering of objects with a minimum of didactic information makes certain amazing pieces such as the several micro mosaics hard to comprehend if the viewer has not been to the V&A for more information on why the ancient buildings selected are always the...More
The museum has a huge collection of classic, abstract and contemporary art. The buildings are beautiful as well. The layout of the museum itself is gorgeous. My favourite part was the gallery they had with 3d images. That was a visual treat!
So many buildings and special collections to see. We try and visit each time we come to LA, and always see something different. And, amazingly, we always find parking right along the street within a block of the museum.
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.