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Since its inception in 1965, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has been devoted to collecting works of art that span both history and geography, in addition to representing Los Angeles's uniquely diverse population. Today LACMA is the...more
It is a very cool place to take a selfie. My toddler loves this place to play hide and seek. We didn't have the chance to see this light up because we went on summer when the sun set down later. We can't wait any...More
You can spend a wonderful afternoon in this amazing facility, that would easy make for a couple of days of visit. Go with your friends and family, enjoy the courtyards and parks, the food trucks, the concerts and movies. If you have kids, make them...More
LACMA was very disappointing because lots of rooms were closed and the fee $25 was too much for what they offered. They have a couple of rooms with Picasso and other famous painters, but that's about it.
What an awesome collection of great paintings (and modest amount, by comparison, of sculpture) by great artists...lots to see, some odd exhibits too (3D one so LA) in this spacious presentation. Artwork presented in several buildings. Takes some time to enjoy.
I visited the LACMA during my 1st trip to LA. I liked the 3D gallery however others were closed. I guess my timing was bad as we got there and the only museum we really could thoroughly enjoy was the 3D one. Others were closed...More
The whole area is dedicated to wonder. There is too much to take in...even over a weekend. The new, the old, the strange, and the newly strange made to look and smell of antiquity are all waiting for you to oogle and wonder how the...More
Good museum but if you like European/American art, the offer is somewhat limited. There is one floor with paintings in the Ahmanson building (a nice selection that starts with German expressionists and ends with American abstract expressionists, some Picasso's too). In the BCAM building, there...More
Response from MichaelLong1963 | Reviewed this property |
They never close. We went there around 2am and they are on and have security guards nearby and there is no charge for the lamps or taking pictures. I will bet you will find people still there no matter what time of they... More
They never close. We went there around 2am and they are on and have security guards nearby and there is no charge for the lamps or taking pictures. I will bet you will find people still there no matter what time of they day you go.
Enjoy your visit and it is worth going to!