Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)


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Mid-City West

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    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) 5905 Wilshire Blvd
    Mid-City West
    Los Angeles

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  • Opening hours:

    Mon-Tues, Thur 11am–5 pm; Fri 11 am–8 pm; Sat-Sun 10am–7 pm; Sun 10 am–7 pm; closed Wed

  • Price:

    General admission $15; seniors and students $10; 17 and under free. Free after 3pm for LA county residents Mon-Fri. Free on the second Tue of each month. Self park $10 (free after 7pm).

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    1. Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
      • 5905 Wilshire Blvd
        Mid-City West
        Los Angeles
      • 323-857-6000
      • www.lacma.org
      • 34.06369,-118.358006

What's on at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)



Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s

Film, History, Things to Do, Art, Film & Television

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This fall and spring, you're in for a treat at LACMA. With the purchase of a general admission ticket, you'll gain entrance to the museum's exhibition dedicated to German Expressionist cinematic works, such as The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and M. In this...

Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s
  1. Until Sun Apr 26 2015
  2. Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
  3. GA adults, $15; seniors & students w/ ID...
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Jazz at LACMA

Things to Do, Jazz & Experimental

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One of LA's best free live music offerings, Jazz at LACMA has featured such legends as Wayne Shorter, John Clayton, Kenny Burrell, Les McCann, Billy Childs, Arturo Sandoval, Cannonball-Coltrane Project and Ernie Watts. Celebrating over twenty years at...

Jazz at LACMA

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thomas p

Calder Mobile Sculptures. If you ever wondered why Calder is so popular you can view for yourself the most amazing mobiles ever constructed, many from the Calder Foundation, meaning this is a RARE opportunity to see why Calder is in a class all by himself. His Exhibit is more astonishing than the more highly touted Van Gogh-Kandinsky Exhibition. DO NOT MISS. A child could be inspired to become the next Calder...

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Kirsten H

LACMA is great for toddlers and older kids. Loads of space to run around, a couple of touching friendly outdoor sculptures, amazing coffee and high-end ice cream. Plus there's a kids art room, where kids can work with all different supplies, and have endless pieces of paper.


All Lacma music events are great! The Jazz (and all other music events) start on time, there is one break and they play for another area. Always amazing artists. The event is free, there is food sold in the cafe or sandwiches and wine sold by the lawn. The lawn is paced with happy, beautiful folks enjoying picnics with friends, family, babies and dogs. Totally friendly and safe. You can park in the structure ($), or park in the street for free, but the spots fill quickly. My husband and I have been coming for years, we come in our scooter, bring a picnic and enjoy the sunset.