Sometimes getting around the city can quickly become expensive. If you are trying to figure out which tourist destinations to go to, keep in mind that there are a number of free options to enjoy while in the city. Here are some FREE museums that you can find in the LA area while you stay in hotels near Sunset Blvd.
The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is located at the Pan Pacific Park. This moving museum commemorates the stories of those who perished and honors the survivors of this trying time in history. Every Sunday from 2pm-3pm, a survivor comes to the museum and shares his or her experience during wartime. Afterward, there will be a Q&A session. The museum is open Monday-Thursday from 10am-5pm; Friday from 10am-2pm; and Saturday and Sunday from 10am-5pm. To find out more about what the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust has to offer, visit http://www.lamoth.org/
The California Science Center is one of the biggest hands-on Science Center in the entire West Coast. This free museum is a great place to bring friends and family for an interactive experience where you can learn a variety of different things. Admission to the Science Center is FREE for all permanent exhibits. Some of the permanent exhibits include learning about ecosystems, air and space, and a number of live demonstrations. The Museum is open from 10am-5pm daily. For more information on permanent exhibit displays, visit https://californiasciencecenter.org
The Annenberg Space for Photography is a cultural destination that exhibits both print and digital photography. The space includes some traditional prints by some of the most renowned photographers in the world as well as by art from local emerging talent. The Annenberg Space for Photography is open Wednesday - Sunday from 11am-6pm. The space is closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Visist https://www.annenbergphotospace.org/
for more information and the latest exhibits that will be at this location.
Dec 28, 2016
Free Museums in the LA Area
If you are an art-lover on a budget you should visit the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, the California Science Center, and the Annenberg Space for Photography.