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The Norton Simon Museum is known around the world as one of the most remarkable private art collections ever assembled. Over a 30-year period, industrialist Norton Simon (1907–1993) amassed an astonishing collection of European art from the...more
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The Norton Simon Museum is a true treasure. With countless impressionist pieces and sculptures that greet you on the way in, and outside in the lovely garden with a lily pond, this is a must see first class museum!
Popped into this lovely museum on our last day in California. There was a Porsche exhibition on. The museum
Is well laid out and is worth visiting - even if you’re not s car fanatic. There’s a lovely cafe. There’s parking onsite which is very...More
I have wanted to see this museum since I was a child (a looooooong time ago), finally had the opportunity to.
I thoroughly enjoyed myself. It's a small museum compared to LACMA or
The Getti's, but worth the price. I spent about two hours here,...More
I love going to the Norton Simon. Just strolling up to the building puts my mind at ease and my eyes prepared for the delights ahead. Which are many...A wonderful selection of early contemporary and late 20th century paintings, including the wonderful Degas ballerinas that...More
People who visit LA often look for the big ticket items, such as Disneyland or LACMA or the Getty, all great of course. However, if you are interested in fine art, and by that I mean Cezanne or Renoir, without the lines or fees, in...More
I had not even heard of this museum, and I was pleasantly surprised to be greeted on the lawn by Balzac and the Burghers of Calais, famous sculptures by Rodin.
The delight continued inside with a plethora of Impressionists: Renoir, Degas, Monet and much more....More