Explore the history of early Los Angeles life with free admission to six museums in Northeast L.A. and Pasadena. The annual Museums of the Arroyo Dayis the perfect opportunity to brush up on historical architecture—the Gamble House, Heritage Square and the Lummis Home—and relics from L.A.'s past—L.A. Police Museum, Pasadena Museum of History and the Autry's Historic Southwest Museum. In addition to free entry, you'll find the collective “Hidden in Plain Sight” exhibition, in which each museum showcases an item the public may often overlook.
There will be shuttle service between the Gamble House/Pasadena Museum of History and Los Angeles Police Historical Museum (Pasadena route) as well as between the Los Angeles Police Historical Museum hooking up with the Lummis Home and the Southwest (Highland Park route). Some of the sites are bike and Gold Line-friendly as well. MOTA Day runs from noon to 5p, with last admission at 4pm.