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  • Address:

    Getty Center 1200 Getty Center Dr
    Brentwood
    Los Angeles

  • Venue phone:

    310-440-7300

  • Venue website:

    www.getty.edu

  • Opening hours:

    Tue-Thu, Sun 10am–5:30pm; Fri & Sat 10am–9pm

  • Price:

    Free admission; parking $15; free parking after 5pm Mon-Fri for events and after 5pm Sat.

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    1. Getty Center
      • 1200 Getty Center Dr
        Brentwood
        Los Angeles
      • 310-440-7300
      • www.getty.edu
      • 34.088588,-118.475642

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Convergences: Selected Photographs from the Permanent Collection

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Need an excuse to escape your daily routine and LA’s heat this summer? Take the tram up to the Getty and celebrate the museum’s 30th anniversary with its new exhibition, “Convergences: Selected Photographs from the Permanent Collection.” Spend a leisurely...

Convergences: Selected Photographs from the Permanent Collection
  1. Until Sun Oct 19
  2. Getty Center
  3. Free
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Lisa A

The Getty Museum has the most fascinating exhibits that my family and I have ever experienced!

Yosola M

I love the Getty Center! and every time when I have internacional visitor, they love to go too!

R J

The building and surrounding gardens, the artwork and the view of LA are stunning. Amazing that there is no charge for this museum where you could spend all day going through the exhibits and still not finish. The ride by tram from the base is also an experience in itself. So, bring your camera, packs some snacks and water to nourish yourself to see as much of this museum as possible. Truly a beautiful treasure of Los Angeles