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Los Angeles Museums


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Los Angeles museums cater to every human creation and craving you can imagine and plenty you haven't. Weird museums overflowing with collectible bunny rabbits or darkened by serial killer memorabilia; art museums brightened by Japanese painting and the masterworks of renaissance artists. Art - Culture History - Death - Cinema - Pop Music - Anthropology - Michael Jackson in wax - Hop a Metro train and explore the diversity of Los Angeles Museums.


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Museum of Death

Autopsies, serial killers, murderous cults, execution memorabilia. Just another L.A. tourist trap.



L.A.'s largest collection of modern art- over 5,000 works of imagination and daring.


Hollywood Heritage Museum

An homage to the early days of Hollywood, the men, women, and machines who built the dream factory.


Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum

President Obama, Brad & Angelina, Michael Jackson, Tony Hawk, the judges from American Idol and more. Sculpted to scale in life like, hopefully melt-proof wax.



The Fashion Institute of Design Museum

Fashion, Hollywood history and perfume, all under one roof. The FIDM showcases students' work as well as traveling exhibitions...


Grammy Museum

A celebration of musical excellence. Exhibits, performances, and intimate lectures by rock, blues and jazz legends. One of our favorite Los Angeles museums.....


Hollyhock House

The first project built in Los Angeles by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Mayan revival style Hollyhock House was commissioned by oil heiress/arts patroness Aline Barnsdall in...


America Tropical

Americá Tropical, the restored mural by artist David Alfaro Siqueiros is now open for viewing on Olvera Street. 


Avila Adobe

Built in 1818 by wealthy cattleman Francisco Avila, the Avila Adobe is the oldest residence in Los Angeles. 


Chinese-American Museum

This intimate museum focuses on the history and culture, adversities and triumphs of Chinese-Americans...


Old Plaza Firehouse

Opened in 1884, this was the first firehouse in Los Angeles.



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The Grammy Museum
A celebration of musical excellence. Exhibits, performances, and intimate lectures by rock, blues and jazz legends.


Museum of Latin American Art

Showcasing the color and verve of stars like Frieda Kahlo and Diego Rivera, plus emerging Latin American Artists.


Watts Towers

The ultimate symbol of L.A.'s creative spirit. Italian immigrant Simon Rodia's staggering and inventive tribute to free expression...




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Norton Simon Museum
World Famous collections of Asian Art, European masterpieces, contemporary painting and sculpture


The Bunny Museum
Over 27,500 collectible bunnies under one suburban roof, each one a token of love exchanged by the happy couple homeowners. Awwww...


Geffen MOCA
The Little Tokyo branch of MOCA, envelope pushing, boundary breaking... the most controversy-courting of our Los Angeles museums.


Japanese American National Museum
Japanese American history, art, culture, music and dance, even home movies. Like many Los Angeles museums, it's free on Thursdays.


Pasadena Museum of California Art
Devoted to the anything goes freedom of California art. And we love the beautifully graffitied parking structure (that we won't be needing)




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California Science Center

The California Science Center at Exposition park is one of the most popular hands-on museums in the country. Specializing in interactive exhibits that are aimed at families and kids.


California African-American Museum

This spacious, well thought out museum is a welcome alternative to those overstuffed museums that end up tiring rather than inspiring. The galleries are inviting and easy to navigate, colorful and airy...


Natural History Museum

If you hired a Hollywood set designer to create the classic museum of your imagination, you'd end up with the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles.


Exposition Park Rose Garden

20,000 plants and 200 varieties of roses are arranged by species and color around a central fountain, making it paradise for photographers, meditators and...


Museum of Jurassic Technology

A dark and shadowy compendium of science fact and fiction spanning the centuries...


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