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“not as good as the LACMA but pretty good for its size”

Long Beach Museum of Art
Ranked #16 of 86 things to do in Long Beach
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Located high on a cliff overlooking the Pacific, this museum complex features the historic Elizabeth Milbank Anderson summer home and carriage house, both built in 1912, plus magnificent gardens, a permanent collection of European and California art and a two-story gallery with changing exhibitions.
Reviewed July 9, 2012

They make you feel as though you being there is not just another notch on their tourist belt, it's well maintained and parking isn't a nightmare.

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Reviewed July 8, 2012

I have eaten at Clare's, as well as performed music for a wedding event here. Staff has always been friendly and helpful, and i highly recommend dining here, or even hosting your event.

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Reviewed July 7, 2012 via mobile

Not much to the museum really. The best part of the museum is the restaurant which has a spectacular views.

Thank Salywgn
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Reviewed June 17, 2012

Skip - the only exhibit available was ful of bestiality.

Thank barbara h
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Reviewed May 16, 2012

There was a special exhibition by Gerit Grimm which I really enjoyed. The porcelain and other exhibits were good. the staff seemed to follow me round, as security, but without any attempt to be friendly, which since we were the only 2 people in a room together was unsettling.I had a good lunch sitting outside teh acfe, but again the welcome was not as good as I would expect, the welcomer had disappeared and when I walked through to find someone I was told to go back, until I explained nobody was there. Nice view of the beach though

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