A+D Architecture and design Museum

One of the exciting things about Los Angeles is that there are so many opportunities to visit museums throughout the city. Whether you are interested in learning about history, art or music, there is a museum that is just for you. The Architecture and Design Museum is the only museum in the city that specifically focuses on the unique history of architecture and design. Stop by the A+D today. At the Architecture and Design Museum, also known as the A+D, guests will be immersed in a space where they can become more aware of progressive architectural design and how architecture has shaped the city of Los Angeles. At the A+D, you’ll see continuous exhibits that are open to the public that showcase architecture and design. To learn a little more about local designers, architects and artists who find inspiration in the city of Los Angeles, check out the exhibit, Come In! DTLA. This exhibit features eighteen Los Angeles based, designers, architects and artists whose art captures the energy and creativity that is found in Downtown Los Angeles. In addition to the exhibits that you can find here, the A+D also offers family friendly education opportunities and public programs that give back to the community. These family friendly workshops are open to all ages and teach basic architecture and design skills in an fun and friendly environment. The Architecture and Design museum is located at 900 E. 4th Street in Los Angeles. The museum is open Tuesday through Friday from 11-5pm and Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-6pm. The A+D is closed on Mondays. General admission for the admission is $7. Admission for students and seniors is $5 and children 12 and under get in for FREE. There is an A+D parking lot and ample street parking is available in the surrounding area. For more information about this and other attractions make sure to visit or contact Best Western Sunset Plaza.  
A+D Architecture and design Museum
This museum is the only museum dedicated to the history of architecture and design.
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Feb 4, 2017