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This place is amazing if you've never been there before. It's free but you do have to pay $20 for parking. They do offer a special price of $15 for parking if you arrive after 3pm. Once you arrive you have to take a trolley...More
We had read about this and while I thought we may be underwhelmed by art, boy was I wrong. There are rare pieces here and the surroundings, view, architecture are just amazing. My 18 yr old son was curious to see this after the movie...More
Gorgeous area! The art, architecture and gardens are AMAZING! The whole place is like nothing I have seen before. There are so many different things to look at within the buildings, different art exhibitions, and also historic art exhibitions. I could use a whole day...More
We loved everything about this magnificent Center. It is spacious, airy, comfortable and has the most interesting displays. We loved the Manet exhibit and the Photography Area. I wish we had a bit more time to spend exploring.
This was a fairly last minute decision to go, so I didn't do enough research beforehand (like reading the TripAdvisor reviews) and went with "highlights" and the Getty website.
The most misleading thing to me was the suggested time allotment of 2-3 hours. This is...More
Visit starts with good secure parking @$20. Thereafter a tramway takes you to the top and the entrance plaza.
Join an initial short tour to get an informative view of the layout and the architecture of this campus.
The views of LA can't be matched....More
We drove up from San Diego to see the Bauhaus Exhibit in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus movement. The exhibit was well composed with a good overview of the impact on foundational methods of art education over the past hundred years.
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There are several food options within the Getty, ranging from snacks from a coffee cart to a formal restaurant. If you want to leave and eat elsewhere, restaurants are a drive away. Traffic at lunchtime should be lighter... More
There are several food options within the Getty, ranging from snacks from a coffee cart to a formal restaurant. If you want to leave and eat elsewhere, restaurants are a drive away. Traffic at lunchtime should be lighter than during the afternoon build up (but beware of the early rush on Fridays). I often pack a picnic lunch and the Getty grounds are a very pleasant place to sit and enjoy it. Hope this helps!