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#6 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
It's collection is world class, and unlike other world class auto museums, it's collection spans many different areas types of cars and also many different manufactures.
Enjoy one of the finest automobile museums on the planet, they frequently change their feature so there is always something wonderful to see and learn about.
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#14 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
Aside from sunset picnicking before the concert, come early in the day to visit the museum which tells wonderful stories about the luminaries who made the music come alive at the Bowl.
music great have sung there and you will see that in the museum collection open air seating museum food nand beverages available
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#15 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
One of the best modern art museums we have seen - spectacular at night time - one of the highlights on our California trip - highly recommended.
Lots of views, many free parts: Sculpture Gardens, Lights, La Brea Tar Pits, much of Ahmanson Building, Plan two days to see it all, and 3 when all museums completed and would do Peterson Auto Museum across the st...
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#16 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
I was most excited to see the exhibit Transpacific Borderlands which is one of many exhibits around town at various museums that is part of Pacific Standard Time, the celebration of Latin America in (and around) L...
Nestled at the edge of Little Tokyo and adjacent to the MOCA museum, a trip to the Japanese American museum is definitely a worthwhile trip for those seeking better insight into Japanese American history.
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#17 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
The park-like areas surrounding both museums make for an ideal walking tour--and plenty of welcoming sculptures for children to climb on--yes, that is allowed!
The museum was very well presented (after a month of travelling and visiting world famous museums that are just completely overwhelming and poorly laid out) and easy to see everything - and there was lots to see!...
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#19 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
We have visited many wax museums and Madame Tussauds is the best -- but the Hollywood location is the absolute best (we've been to Madame Tussauds in Washington DC and Vegas).
Unlike a few other museums in the area, the job was very pristine and it looked so real.
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#20 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
But, if you are able bodied, perhaps the owner will one day make it compliant for all. it is one of the best museums I have ever experienced.
An interesting way to spend a few hours and in comparison to the other museums nearby, it is great value for money.
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#24 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
LA's oldest house and a small intersting museum
The Avila Adobe Museum
#25 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
All 3 museums were fun visits, definitely providing a varied view of contemporary art and design.
I love museums and we have a wonderful one here in LA.
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#44 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
The Craft and Folk Art Museum is a refuge from the main-stream commercialism of LACMA and the Peterson Auto museums, a return to art at it's base.
The Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) is a somewhat hidden treasure in the museum district of LA, right across the street from the La Brea Tar Pits and the Page Museum and only a couple of blocks from LACMA (the L...
#47 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
The staff were superb, knowledgable and gave us more of an insight than we had expected into the history of the museum whilst also offering us further suggestions for our stay in L.A.! We left here feeling very gl...
It's a small museum, so even if you just carve out an hour, walk over from Hollywood.
#51 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
Museum guide Josh is very knowledgeable about the history of the city - well worth visiting.
Located across from Union Station and just a few steps from Olvera Street, this well-restored Firehouse Museum is a worthwhile place to visit.
#63 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
Visit the Tar Pits Museum where this history is nicely explained, photos available, oil field history + the amazing tar pit discoveries.
An amazing museum
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#113 of 133 Museums in Los Angeles
My family and I visited the museum and found it very interesting, my 24 year daughter and her fiance visited for a second time and invited us and we like it, my 12 year old daughter loved it, we are thinking in vi...
We ended our trip in LA and my daughter wanted to do the Guinness world records museum.
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