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13 reviews
Take advantage of the many free features inside the observatory including a working tesla coil, an interactive solar system display, and, on clear evenings, free public telescopes. — Afar Magazine
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Westside
11 reviews
The Getty Museum is spread over two lavish campuses — The Telegraph
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Central L.A
11 reviews
LA’s premier art museum, LACMA is an Aladdin’s cave of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts stretching across ages and borders. — Lonely Planet
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Downtown
10 reviews
Designed by Frank Gehry, the hall features a 2,265-capacity auditorium with an open platform stage. — Time Out
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9 reviews
The NHM's original Beaux Arts structure was the first museum building in Los Angeles, opening with Exposition Park itself back in 1913. — Time Out
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Downtown
9 reviews
This vast and superb museum is contributing to the revitalisation of Downtown L.A., which is increasingly turning its attention to culture. — Michelin Guide
8
Downtown
11 reviews
Grand Central Market's global merchants and hipster food purveyors sell house-smoked lox, freshly-fried falafels, tamarind candy, and everything in between. — Travel + Leisure
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8 reviews
Programming at the Gamble House is exceptional—there are tours that focus on things like the art glass or the details and joinery in the house, as well as more casual events like Brown Bag Tuesday — Time Out
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Downtown
10 reviews
History buffs will appreciate its place as Downtown's oldest commercial building (1893); movie buffs will recognize the zigzagging staircases from climax of Blade Runner. — Time Out
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7 reviews
Run by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, this museum uses interactive technology to make visitors confront racism and bigotry, with particular focus given to the Holocaust. — Lonely Planet
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6 reviews
The Huntington comprises one of the world's finest research libraries of rare books and manuscripts; a world-class collection of 18-19C British art, French and American works. — Michelin Guide
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Westside
9 reviews
Industrialist Armand Hammer founded this museum, primarily to house his own collection. — Time Out
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6 reviews
It's actually a very engaging exploration of the West, outlining its history and detailing the myths that came to surround it. — Time Out
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Downtown
6 reviews
A good choice for families - parents will find it charming and children will be in their element. — Michelin Guide
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Central L.A
10 reviews
Crowd pleaser rides include its award winning King Kong 3D experience created by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson, the Shrek 4D ride, the Mummy ride and The Simpsons virtual roller coaster. — The Telegraph
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8 reviews
The Norton Simon displays one of the finest private collections of European, American, and Asian art in the world. — Frommer's
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8 reviews
In 1982 the zoo inaugurated a display of cuddly koalas, still one of its biggest attractions among 1,100 animals from around the world. — Frommer's
8
Westside
7 reviews
Something of a local powerhouse, the Skirball aims to look at connections between 4,000 years of Jewish heritage and different communities around LA — Time Out
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Downtown
7 reviews
Founded in 1979, the mission of this institution is clear—it’s committed to preserving, presenting, and interpreting art created after 1940 — Afar Magazine
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Central L.A
11 reviews
Kids will get a kick out of this natural wonderland, where tar has bubbled up from the earth for tens of thousands of years. — Travel + Leisure
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