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Museo de arte

Museo de Arte del Condado de Los Ángeles

Recomendado por 1045 habitantes locales
Por qué lo recomienda la gente local
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.
Matty
Matty
December 10, 2016
Ubicación
5905 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Teléfono+1 323-857-6000
Sitio weblacma.org
Estado según horario de aperturaAbierto · Cierra a las 7:00 PM
Tarjetas de crédito
Yes (incl. American Express)
Wifi
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Consejos de personas de la zona

Elizabeth
Elizabeth
September 14, 2019
We love love Lacma. If you love art then definitely go here. They have a large collection so there should be something for everyone. This museum is west of downtown LA.
Laura
Laura
September 12, 2019
The LA County Museum of Art has wonderful permanent collection, new exhibits, sculpture gardens and the famous Urban Lights installment. They also have a great restaurant and outdoor Bar named Ray's. The grounds are lovely just to visit and walk around.
Leah
Leah
September 05, 2019
Famous art museum with a nice collection. The lamps out front are a popular attraction.
Sienna
Sienna
September 05, 2019
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…
Allison
Allison
September 04, 2019
Fantastic collection of modern art as well as historic pieces. Stop in at Ray & Stark bar as well for an exquisite bite or a cocktail, and if you have time, wander over to the La Brea tarpits as well for a history lesson on the area.