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Annenberg Space for Photography

Los Angeles 1.2 mi away
#7 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
A compact exhibition space which featured wonderful work by Lauren Greenfield titled Generation Wealth, a nuanced collection of mostly portraits chronicling the adulation of celebrity, consumer culture and money's...
Each exhibition is accompanied by an incredible professionally produced documentary that runs continuously, and they will even validate parking, so along with the free admission, it's a lovely way to spend an afte...
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#1 of 4 Museums in Beverly Hills
You will love the truly stunning architecture, furniture, and astoundingly gorgeous modern art; including paintings, sculptures, accessories, etc.
Add to that the fact that it is located in a Mediterranean mansion in the heart of Beverly HIlls' most exclusive neighborhood (google which celebrities also lived on the same street), the docent-led tour has a lim...

The Getty Center

Los Angeles 4.2 mi away
#1 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
Amazing museum and architecture Great exhibit halls and the artwork is breathtaking Love the tram ride up and seeing all of LA views Great Restaurant on top for lunch stop suggested Wear cimfottable shoes This pla...
Set aside all the fantastic art and special exhibits, which are stunning, the museum itself is an architectural masterpiece that perfectly compliments the California landscape in which it is uniquely nestled with...
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Petersen Automotive Museum

Los Angeles 2.5 mi away
#10 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
Amazing vault tour Saw elvish car that he shot Steve McQueen jag Bat mobile Bob hopes gift to John Wayne Recommended & make sure you do the vault tour Amazing We will be back
Impressive auto museum with great information and interactive exhibits, but the best part of the visit was the extra vault visit for the most spectacular number of cars from ford original, movie star (Lauren Bacal...
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#8 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
Located in the Pan Pacific Park, right behind the Grove, you will find an outstanding new museum featuring artifacts, memorabilia, personal possessions, photos of prisoners, photos of top SS commanders, etc.
It is filled with displays, exhibits, historical artifacts and personal histories of survivors and those who perished under the Nazis.
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Diorama-museum of Bhagavad-gita

Los Angeles 3.4 mi away
#3 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
On a little out of the way street, tucked quietly almost out if sight is a gorgeous, surprising little gem of a museum that gives a perfect overview of the Bhagavad Gita in a series of beautiful dioramas with musi...
Great way to present ancient philosophy and wisdom in an animated and captivating way, Great exhibitions, guide, artwork, and majestic sculptures!
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La Brea Tar Pits and Museum

Los Angeles 2.8 mi away
#16 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
The gardens are free but we paid for the museum which is great value and older kids will love it - who knew there were camels, bears & woolly mammoths living in LA! Hop in an Uber for a totally different LA experi...
Whether you go into the museum or walk the beautiful grounds, the tar pits are a fantastic glimpse into a prehistoric L.A. one where giant sloths and coyotes and horses and camels converged -- and where some found...
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Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Los Angeles 2.6 mi away
#17 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
... cool!! Lots to see in one day, wonderful contemporary art, great exhibits and spaces plus La Brea Pits adjacent is also great to explore and walk around park which is dog friendly as are outdoor spaces in museum.
Give yourself over to the fascinating contemporary art on display from around the world (be sure and read the short descriptions that accompany each work) and be rewarded with an inner sense of wonder and marvel a...
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Museum of Tolerance

Los Angeles 1.4 mi away
#27 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
Regarding the Holocaust, one of the activities we participated is touching and unforgetable: everyday, the Museum invites three or four Holocaust survivors, to give their testimony of their own experience in livin...
There were interactive exhibits and a "guided visit" around the holocaust exhibit - well worthwhile visiting.
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#2 of 4 Museums in Beverly Hills
The selection of costumes was amazing and very well put together.
Great museum in the heart of BH!
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The Wende Museum of the Cold War

Culver City 4.3 mi away
#1 of 4 Museums in Culver City
Our tour guide had an immense passion and dedication to this place and its growing collection, and I thoroughly enjoyed hearing his "behind the scenes" stories about the artwork.
This small, niche museum in Culver City has a comprehensive, thought- provoking collection of Cold War art and artifacts, plus a world class research archive, a piece of the Berlin Wall out front, restful gardens...
#3 of 4 Museums in Beverly Hills

Hollywood Bowl Museum

Los Angeles 4.5 mi away
#14 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
Nestled in the Hollywood hills of LA, this iconic venue has seen everyone from Frank Sinatra to The Beatles, to Oscar Petersen, Diana Krall, Ella Fitzgerald, thousands of Classical concerts with fireworks, and all...
Brilliant, natural amphitheater, fantastic sound and great family atmosphere.
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Madame Tussauds Hollywood

Los Angeles 4.0 mi away
#18 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
Situated close to the TCL Theatre on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and near the start route for HOHO, Madame Tussauds Hollywood is very different where you can take pictures with your favorite Hollywood celebrities.
I have been wanting to visit a wax museum for the longest time and decided to come here while on a visit to L.A this is located on the walk of fame by the Chinese Theater so its perfect if you are in the area.
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Hammer Museum

Los Angeles 2.6 mi away
#32 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
A spacious, modern museum with an outstandingly lovely open air restaurant, a few few nice sized galleries of new exhibitions and collection, The Hammer is a sweet spot of peaceful consideration for a few hours.
Films, weekly meditation sessions and public programs on social justice, fun topsy turvy Spun Chairs in the outdoor patio, and ART (Allen Ruppersberg: Intellectual Property 1968-2018 and Dirty Protest: Selections...
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Griffith Observatory

Los Angeles 6.6 mi away
#2 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
I love Griffith observatory and park! First of all , it caters for everyone: astronomy lovers, picturesque landmarks and amazing view finders, hikers, tourists... It’s a must visit if you are visiting LA county.
Great family place, Beautiful and relaxing place with a great view of Los Angeles and Hollywood It’s the perfect place to take the family to use the telescope also to visit the observatory Museum
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The Hollywood Museum

Los Angeles 4.1 mi away
#19 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
Hollywood museum is fabulous, so much to see and read about, some many props, articles and fantastic exhibits, the 66' batman was utterly amazing, need a long time to soak it all up, well worth avisit.
There is so much more to this museum though! 3 floors of amazing costumes and memorabilia of so many moments from our past, from shows and people we grew up with and adore!
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Simon Wiesenthal Center

Los Angeles 1.4 mi away
#58 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
What is gratifying when you visit the Museum of Tolerance is the varied ethnic background of the visitors and how moved everybody seemed to be watching the terrible story of the Holocaust unfold.
After getting lost in the worst page of human history: THE HOLOCAUST TIMELINE and you breath and touch the subhumane degree men and women have turned to... then when you're sure everything is lost and you have no...

Museum of Jurassic Technology

Culver City 3.3 mi away
#2 of 4 Museums in Culver City
You’re also able to unwind on the roof after you’ve made your way through the museum, where atriums and peacocks provide a tranquil view, and tea and cookies nourish you after the agreeable exercise of visiting a...
Expect to spend a decent amount of time wandering the halls and discovering the exhibits, and definitely keep your exploring pants on as you head to the roof where a very refined surprise awaits you ... The less y...

Skirball Cultural Center

Los Angeles 5.6 mi away
#6 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
It is a great space and very easy to get to from the 405 freeway, They also have a Noah's Ark exhibit that is supposed to be a very fun adventure for children, I really enjoyed this museum and highly recommend for...
Took my 7th grade son for a homeschool field trip- wonderful exhibits about Jewish culture and history including immigrating to America and the Holocaust.

George Stern Fine Arts

West Hollywood 1.0 mi away
#2 of 6 Museums in West Hollywood

Gallery Soolip

West Hollywood 1.3 mi away
#3 of 6 Museums in West Hollywood

Zimmer Children's Museum

Los Angeles 1.9 mi away
#63 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles

Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Los Angeles 4.1 mi away
#29 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
Museum is very clean and the staff at the entrance was very welcoming, even providing us info about the walk of fame.
The museum was amazing with plenty of educational exhibits and items.
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Craft Contemporary

Los Angeles 2.8 mi away
#54 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
The Craft and Folk Art Museum is a refuge from the main-stream commercialism of LACMA and the Peterson Auto museums, a return to art at it's base.
I highly recommend this museum if you find yourself in the Mid Wilshire area.

UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame

Los Angeles 2.5 mi away
#60 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
UCLA opened their Athletics Hall of Fame a few years back, it covers all sports but a fair portion of the museum is towards UCLA Basketball and John Wooden.
A well done museum honoring the best of UCLA athletics, both players and teams.

Taschen Gallery

Los Angeles 2.1 mi away
#91 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles

UCLA Meteorite Gallery

Los Angeles 2.2 mi away
#89 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles

Museum of Death

Los Angeles 5.0 mi away
#25 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
Exhibits touch on the history of serial killers (Bundy, Ramirez, Gacy, etc), cult murders and death (Jim Jones, Heavens Gate, etc) and displays of vintage mortuary equipment and a large assortment of memorabilia r...
As you exit the museum you end up in the gift shop which has a wide array of badges/postcards/fridge magnets as well as hoodies/posters/mugs etc.
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Museum of Illusions

Los Angeles 4.2 mi away
#35 of 152 Museums in Los Angeles
Visiting the Museum of Illusions definitely created fun memories that our family will be able to share for a long time!
We had such a great time what made it funner was seeing the pictures after... Staff are fun and willing to help you take pictures..
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