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The Skirball Cultural Center is a place of meeting guided by the Jewish tradition of welcoming the stranger and inspired by the American democratic ideals of freedom and equality. We welcome people of all communities and generations to participate...more
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Saw an author speak here and have to say it was a great experience. The acoustics are great, the chairs comfortable, parking easy. It's not the closest to LA but it is a great cultural center and I can't wait to go back to explore...More
We’ve seen the Skirball Cultural Center before. And this second visit reconfirmed our very positive opinion of the Center. The Jewish story from antiquity to the modern era is very well explained Sved illustrated with excellent displays and videos. Currently there is also a brilliant...More
I loved the grounds of this museum. The exhibits are varied, and have something for everyone. The Noah's Ark exhibit was extremely creative and well done. Loved the exhibit on the murals of Lisa Angeles, and the accompanying guide that lists where they are. The...More
The Skirball Cultural Center offers an exhibition of Judaic culture. For the adults there are displays of art, and for the kids there is Noah's ark where kids can play with the exhibits while learning the biblical story.
Only saw about half of the center,but what I saw blew me away . Visited the Noah's ark exhibit. For creativity and resourcefulness 10/5. Yeah, that's 10 on a scale of 1 to 5. It's that good. Couldn't wipe the smile off my face. For...More
When the Skirball first opened, I put it aside assuming that it would take a while before the crowds thinned out. And then of course, I forgot about it. And then one day, it occurred that I had yet to visit what has since become...More
I've lived in LA for 13 years and a Paul Simon exhibit brought me to the Center. Afterwards, they had a live music concert in the Atrium...a fun night! Plus, this is also a serious museum of Jewish history.
One of the most interesting and educational museums that I have had the privilege to visit! We spent a wonderful 3 hours at the Skirball Center and could have stayed longer. This cultural center is for children and people of all ages and provides a...More
Was visiting Los Angeles and we had gone to an affair there. We had noticed that Paul Simon was performing there. We went to see the Paul Simon exhibit which was very well done and interesting. We also saw the Jewsh exhibit where there were...More
We have visited the Skirball center several times over the past three years and have never been disappointed with our experience. First, the Noah's Ark exhibit is one of the most interesting, innovative and enjoyable museum experiences I have had (and that's just from an...More
Response from Skirball_LA | Property representative |
Noah's Ark is open Tu-Fr 12n-5p; Sa-Su 10a-5p. Skirball is closed on Mondays and free to the public on Thursdays. Thursdays can be hectic and sell out, so if you don't want to wait in a line for tickets and risk not getting... More
Noah's Ark is open Tu-Fr 12n-5p; Sa-Su 10a-5p. Skirball is closed on Mondays and free to the public on Thursdays. Thursdays can be hectic and sell out, so if you don't want to wait in a line for tickets and risk not getting in, we recommend you reserve in advance on the Skirball's website. I am unable to post the link here, but if you go to our homepage and click Noah's Ark you can find the reservations section. Or call 310-440-4500.
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You must either book in advance, or call to guarantee tickets to Noah's also tickets are available on a walk up bases on Thursday, or if available anyday. Call them for specifics as TripmAdvisor does not allow us reviewers... More
You must either book in advance, or call to guarantee tickets to Noah's also tickets are available on a walk up bases on Thursday, or if available anyday. Call them for specifics as TripmAdvisor does not allow us reviewers to post website html's
Response from Skirball_LA | Property representative |
We are so excited that you have decided to visit! Our "free Thursdays" are very popular and we try our best to make it an easy experience for visitors. However, it can get somewhat crowded and during holidays Noah's Ark is... More
We are so excited that you have decided to visit! Our "free Thursdays" are very popular and we try our best to make it an easy experience for visitors. However, it can get somewhat crowded and during holidays Noah's Ark is likely to sell out. So, it is definitely easier to reserve Noah's Ark tickets in advance. This way you can make sure you and your family get into Noah's Ark when you want and you won't have to wait too long when you arrive.
However, if you don't plan to visit Noah's Ark, but are coming for our other exhibitions and/or to visit the Museum Store and Cafe, "free Thursdays" is a breeze. There usually aren't many lines (except for Noah's Ark tickets).