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Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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Japanese American National Museum

Both Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Japanese American National Museum are praised by professional reviewers writing for major publications. Overall, Los Angeles County Museum of Art ranks significantly better than Japanese American National Museum. Los Angeles County Museum of Art scores 95 with approval from 10 reviewers including Afar Magazine, concierge.com and Condé Nast Traveler.

Both Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Japanese American National Museum are praised by professional reviewers writing for major publications. Overall, Los Angeles County Museum of Art ranks significantly better than Japanese American National Museum. Los Angeles County Museum of Art scores 95 with approval from 10 reviewers including Afar Magazine, concierge.com and Condé Nast Traveler.

tripexpert score
97
#1 in Los Angeles
location

5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

endorsements
  • 11 endorsements
  • 6

    Fodor's Tick Choice

    Without a doubt, LACMA is the focal point of the museum district that runs along Wilshire Boulevard. Full Review →

  • 1

    Frommer's 34

    For more than 50 years LACMA has been one of the finest art museums in the nation, housing a 110,000-piece collection that includes works by Degas, Rembrandt, Hockney, and Monet. Full Review →

  • 2

    Lonely Planet Tick Top Choice

    LA’s premier art museum, LACMA is an Aladdin’s cave of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts stretching across ages and borders. Full Review →

  • 11

    Michelin Guide 55

    LACMA, is the nation's largest art museum west of Chicago... housing a broad collection ranging from Egyptian and pre-Columbian art to contemporary works. Full Review →

  • 57

    Not For Tourists

    From King Tut to Jasper Johns, this museum covers it all. Full Review →

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#16 in Los Angeles

369 East First Street, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, CA 90012

  • 6 endorsements
  • 6

    Fodor's

    The museum occupies an 85,000-square-foot adjacent pavilion as well as its original site in a renovated 1925 Buddhist temple. Full Review →

  • 1

    Frommer's 34

    In an architecturally acclaimed modern building in Little Tokyo, this soaring pavilion -- designed by renowned architect Gyo Obata -- is a private nonprofit institute. Full Review →

  • 2

    Lonely Planet

    A great first stop in Little Tokyo, this is the country’s first museum dedicated to the Japanese immigrant experience. Full Review →

  • 11

    Michelin Guide 53

    The first museum in the U.S. dedicated to Japanese-American history occupies the renovated former Nishi Hongwanji Buddhist Temple (1925) and a Pavilion (1998), linked by a plaza. Full Review →

  • 57

    Not For Tourists

    Chronicling the Japanese experience in the US. Full Review →

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