Los Angeles County Museum of Art
1049 locals recommend ·
Why locals recommend it
Outside of the entrance to the museum is an installation by Chris Burden called Urban Light. About 200 streetlights are distributed to create a grid-like effect with the museum’s facade and some palm trees in the background. It’s often quite busy, but it’s definitely large enough to get a shot of yourself inside the installation. Have a friend lie on the ground inside the installation, point the camera up, and snap a few shots to get the best photo.
Tips from locals
Vast grounds in the middle of Miracle Mile offer beauty unto themselves. The museum is filled with many beautiful pieces. You can go into the Boone Children's Gallery and they will set you up with high-quality Japanese watercolor paints and paper. You can paint for free to your heart's content. They…
LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States. It attracts nearly a million visitors annually. It holds more than 150,000 works spanning the history of art from ancient times to the present. In addition to art exhibits, the museum features film and concert series.
If culture is what you desire going to the LACMA is a great way to get it. The Farmers Market and Grove is just minutes away.
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