How lucky we are to live in a city of so many wonderful museums--world renown museums for art like The Getty Center, LACMA, Norton Simon and the Hammer; small eclectic ones such as the Neon Museum; profound ones such as The Museum of Tolerance, and a museum where your imagination can soar--the Museum of Flying at the Santa Monica Airport.
If you are curious and would like to explore the wonders to be found at L.A. museums, please join us. We don't have to see everything or spend all day. We can just take in an exhibit or two of particular interest and meet for coffee afterwards... or drinks... or a meal. Whatever you think will be fun and interesting.
Here are the museums on our list so far:
LACMA (L.A. County Museum of Art); Getty Center; Getty Villa; Petersen Automotive Museum; Hammer Museum; Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County; Skirball Cultural Center; Page Museum; Norton Simon Museum; MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art); Drum Barracks Civil War Museum; Fort MacArthur Museum; CAAM (California African American Museum); Long Beach Museum of Art; RMS Queen Mary Museum; Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens; Grammy Museum;California Science Center; Griffith Observatory; MOLAA (Museum of Latin American Art); Hollywood Bowl Museum (and concert); SS Lane Victory Ship Museum (and cruise); Bowers Museum; Museum of Tolerance;Japanese American Museum; Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum; Flying Museum (under construction);Museum of Neon Art; Craft and Folk Art Museum;Pacific Asia Museum; Pasadena Museum of California Art; Children’s Museum of Los Angeles; Los Angeles Maritime Museum; Banning Residence Museum; Clark Library; Chinese American Museum; Watts Towers; Autry Museum; Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust; Heritage Square Museum; Fowler Museum of Cultural History (UCLA); USC Fisher Museum of Art; Hollywood Museum; Los Angeles Police Museum.