Museums & Galleries

If you are looking for some culture, there are many many types of museums and galleries to explore. Be inspired by the latest contemporary artist, emerging artist and artists from the 19th and 20th century.

Bergemot Station California Science Center La Brea Tar Pits, Page Museum
Bergamot Station This multi-complex for galleries is host to some of the latest in contemporary artist of the 21 century. It was a railroad station from 1875 to 1953. It houses about 50 galleries.

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California Science Center Home to the Space Shuttle, it is a way you and your family can learn and have fun by interacting in the exhibits. You will learn about science & inventions.

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La Brea Tar Pits Visiting the museum, you and your family will see fossils from animals from the last great ice age. Many animals from this period were stuck in the tar and preserved.

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LACMA La Luz De Jesus Gallery MOCA
LACMA It is the largest art museum in the west coast. It holds more than 120,000 works from history of art ancient times to current. It is located LA's Mircle Mile on Wilshire Boulevard.

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La Luz de Jesus Gallery This is a great gallery for art enthusiasts and collectors alike. Home of the "Pop Surreal Movement", it showcases artist that are ahead of their time.

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MOCA Museum in Los Angeles that focuses on contemporary art. It has art from renouned artist from around the world. Over 6,800 works in on perminant display at the museum.

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Museum of Tolerance Norton Simon Museum Asian Pacific Museum
Museum of Tolerance This museum focuses on racism and prejustice throughout the world. It's focus is on the history of the Holacaust and other world atrocities that has plagued us.

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Norton Simon Museum
If you are looking for asian art, european art, modern and contemporary art, this museum is for you. It has art from Vicent Van Gogh, picasso and other famous artists worldwide.

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USC Asian Pacific Museum This museum exhibits art and the culture from Asia and the Pacific Islands. It has more than 15,000 objects spanning four thousand years on collection.

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