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Museums in Los Angeles, CA
10899 Wilshire Blvd
The staff is great and knowledgeable and the exhibitions are always changing. Hammer also has fascinating lectures, screenings, and curator talks that are free and open to everyone. Check the website for the calendar.
2.Los Angeles Museum of Holocaust
6435 Wilshire Blvd
3.Museum of Tolerance
9786 W Pico Blvd
I really like the pictures there. Very informative.
4.Zimmer Children's Museum
6505 Wilshire Blvd Ste 100
The Zimmer Children's museum is awesome, but definitely meant for much younger children. Every exhibit really enforces the need to use your imagination.
5.The Hollywood Museum
1660 N Highland Ave
This museum is located in the old Max Factor building. There's a lot of really incredible and iconic Hollywood history here, including Dorothy's ruby slippers and Christopher Reeve's Superman costume. Great place to take out-of-towners looking for a "Hollywood" experience. Location is walkable to Mann's Theater and Hollywood Walk of Fame.
6.California Museum of Science & Industry
700 Exposition Blvd
One of the best science museum I've been to. Very interesting and their special exhibits are always exciting and make me go back again and again. Kids love it. And the imax and their special screening is an additional awesomeness.
7.Autry Museum of the American West
4700 Western Heritage Way
One of our favorite museums. The exhibits change often enough that you can go back many times during the year. The docents are extremely knowledgeable and always ready to answer your questions even if you're not part of a group. Everyone who works there is very helpful. There are a huge number of activities planned throughout the year that are very family friendly. They just had the Hahamongna native plant nursery there and we are now the proud owners of a Tecate Cypress and 2 other drought tolerant plants.
8.Craft and Folk Art Museum
5814 Wilshire Blvd
I have driven by this place a thousand times, always curious about it's inside contents. The space is really cool. I stopped with my girls to check it out on a Wed. since LACMA was closed. The current exhibits were fine. I may return if there is an exhibit that intrigues me. The gift shop has some great items. One of those spots you can pick up a unique gift for someone.
9.Museum of Death
6031 Hollywood Blvd
Wow this was an interesting place, I thought it was going to be a bit more intense and gory turned out to be very interesting and our family all enjoyed it
10.Los Angeles Police Museum
6045 York Blvd
With a few exceptions, this place is an interesting and fun spot to take kids. There's an audio-guided tour that leads you through the old police station, and there are squad cars and a helicopter in back that they can actually climb around in. Be aware that a few of the exhibits (Watts riots, etc) may not be appropriate for children, but it's pretty easy to steer them to what's age-appropriate. I thought it offered up an interesting history of the LAPD.
11.Oran Z's Pan African Black Facts and Wax Museum
3742 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
12.The Getty Center
1200 Getty Center Dr
The whole Getty Center is just absolutely beautiful! The architecture is amazing, the gardens are gorgeous and there is a ton of different styles of art for everyone to enjoy. Even better, the museum is free!
13.Hollywood Wax Museum
6767 Hollywood Blvd
Our family enjoyed our time and thought the life-sized figures were quite impressive. They have a ton of displays dating from past decades to the present.
14.Petersen Automotive Museum
6060 Wilshire Blvd
The Peterson Auto Museum is a family favorite around here. The men in my family are not huge museum goers, but this is one where my dad and grandpa enjoy tagging along. It is even better since the updates have been made.
15.La Brea Tar Pits and Museum
5801 Wilshire Blvd
The La Brea Tar Pits are a fun place to visit for free in LA. It is a relatively small museum, but that is actually what I love about it. We are able to go to the Tar Pits and then hit up LACMA for a few hours in the afternoon or go find yummy food at one of the many food trucks that parks outside. The huge lawn allows for plenty of people to picnic and have fun...just keep an eye out for tar.
16.IMAX California Science Center
700 N State St
I helped chaperone several middle school kids there and had a nice time. It's been over 30 years since I last been in this area. A lot has changed
17.Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
100 The Grove Dr
This museum is filled with wonderful tools to learn more in depth stuff about the holocaust. Not only are there pictures and artifacts, but there are stories from holocaust survivors. I was fortunate enough to hear an amazing woman by the name of Mary speak and tell her story. It was very touching. The story opened my eyes and gave me more insight into what real holocaust survivors had to go through. The museum has fascinating architecture as well. The staff is very friendly and welcomed me with smiles. This museum is a great way to learn about the holocaust. I recommend everyone come here at least once to see what the holocaust was about and to learn new things through someone elses stories.\r
221 S Grand Ave
The museum itself is a piece of art. The space is exquisite, so open and welcoming. Can't wait to return many more times.
19.Museum of Neon Art
501 W Olympic Blvd
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20.Broad Contemporary Art Museum
5905 Wilshire Blvd
A beautiful museum with amazing art. Iconic pieces that anyone will recognize right away and great for kids. Plus it's free!
21.Museum in Black
4331 Degnan Blvd
The museum has moved to approx. the 4100 blk. of Central ave. at the historical Dunbar Hotel in L.A. Brian is currently looking for a permanent building for his collection and younger people to help maintain the collection. What's good, is you can now get more of Brian's time to learn about the city of L.A. AND the history of Black people everywhere.\r The collection has over 3,000 pieces. African mask, statues,jewelry, drums, fabrics,furnatures and then there are the chains used on captured people who became slaves. African and African-American memorabilia from the 1600's to the 1970's. He has original items that he has collected for 50 years. The stories of how he found the pieces and the people who sold or even gave items to him are really interesting. Brain's personality varies by who he is talking to. He loves students of all ages but he won't have much time for pretentious people. This place will definitely inspire thought and even action in most people who experience it.
22.Fidm Museum and Library
919 S Grand Ave
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23.Autry National Center
4700 Western Heritage Way
They have FREE day on the 2nd Tuesday of the month for everyone. Parking is FREE too. Bank of America has a FREE day on the first weekend of the month too (if you have a card). \r \r I took my 2 year old on a FREE day. I thought just go if we don't like it then we can go to Travel Town. Win Win. \r \r First it wasn't crowded which I was surprised being FREE. He did very well looking at everything. \r \r Things he loved - riding the saddle and watching himself in a movie. Getting on a fake horse and dressing up like a cowboy. Being in jail. Seeing the buffalo. Wasn't really into the Children's Place...I think it was cause we didn't really get a chance to look since there were students there. \r \r He loved being outside going into the wagon, seeing the waterfall, and fish. \r \r Definitely a place to go. We brought lunch and ran around in the park. Never went to Travel Town that day cause we were there the whole time.\r \r socalpocketmemories.blogspot
24.Velveteria - The Museum of Velvet Paintings
711 New High St
Ok, I'm not going to rate the facility and amenities because this museum is just a store front on a Chinatown side street. The exhibit signage is often just notes, hand-written with a Sharpie on notebook paper. Yes, this is a museum dedicated to black velvet paintings. So is this place worth the $10. Heck yes. The Unicorn Birthing Room (yes, really) alone is worth the $10. Meeting the owner, Carl, is worth the $10. This is museum is a delight: a real celebration of the low-brow, kitchy, common and fun. Go!
25.Museum of Contemporary Art
250 N Avenue 19
Being an art lover is not an easy task in Los Angeles with that many high profile exhibitions spaces and art schools around: LACMA, the Geffen Contemporary, Hammer, Getty Center, CalArts, Art Center, ... the list is long. Even though MOCA went through several years of mismanagement, it still managed to maintain something like a profile within LA's scene. Sadly, the permanent collection is not that fresh, and exhibitions often strike me as shallow, but nonetheless, this is an artspace that is desperately needed downtown!
26.CA African American Museum
600 State Dr
I took my grandson and other family members to this museum on Saturday 3/2/08 and was very disappointed. I expected to show my grandson the wonderful achievements we as a people have made and the only thing on display was how we were slaves not only in America but in Mexico as well. We get that we were slaves. Where were the significant achievements of our people. \r \r I felt so sick to my stomach that I had to sit down and catch my breath. \r \r As usual the only significant black man was Marting Luther King. He is not the only black man that has stood up for the black people. \r \r This was extremely disappointing and a waste of time.
27.The Moca Store
250 N Grand Ave
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) located in Los Angeles was established in 1979. It has been a staple and home to some of the finest pieces of Art in the world. Moca Grand Ave is the main branch office and is the only museum in Los Angeles devoted exclusively to contemporary art. Come enjoy our workshops , exhibitions and extensive collections.
28.Architecture & Design Museum
900 E 4th St
The mission of A+D Museum is to celebrate and promote an awareness of progressive architecture and design in everyday life through exhibits, educational programs and public outreach.
29.California Science Ctr
700 Exposition Park Dr
Space Shuttle Endeavour on display in the California Science Center's Samuel Oschin Pavilion. Please reserve your passes online or by phone. Explore over 100 permanent interactive science exhibits spanning several galleries. Admission to permanent exhibit galleries is Free! (excludes IMAX and special paid exhibits) Visit Ecosystems -- a hands-on exhibit home to nearly 400 plant and animal species. Come discover amazing environments from the familiar to the fantastic, and find out how the physical and living worlds affect each other.
30.Museum of Broken Relationships
6751 Hollywood Blvd
The Museum of Broken Relationships grew from a traveling exhibition revolving around the concept of failed relationships and their ruins. The museum offers a chance to overcome an emotional collapse through creation: by contributing to the permanent collection. Hopefully they can also inspire our personal search for deeper insights and strengthen our belief in something more meaningful.
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