Museums Free-for-All this Saturday — Our Picks

The Broad MuseumThis Saturday, January 30, over 20 SoCal museums invite you to visit free of charge. Museums covering fine art, culture, natural history and the sciences will all be represented. Take note — The California Science Museum and LACMA do not include special exhibits with free entry, and you must contact Getty Villa for timed tickets. The Museum of Tolerance, Riverside Art Museum, Skirball Cultural Center and Zimmer Childrens Museum will be offering free entry on Sunday, January 30th instead of Saturday.

Some of the exhibits we recommend are:

 Annenberg Space for Photography Life: A Journey Through Time

 Autry Museum of the American Southwest The Hateful Eight Costume Display and History and Cultures of Mexico and the Southwest

California African American Museum Coloring Independently: 1940s African American Film

Getty Villa Permanent Exhibit: Antiquities

Japanese American National Museum Hello! Exploring the Supercute World of Hello Kitty 

Museum of Latin American Art Somewhere Over El Arco Iris

Natural History Museum The New Dinosaur Hall and The Insect Zoo

Orange County Museum of Art Permanent Collection of Modern and Contemporary Art

The Paley Center for Media David Bowie: Sound + Vision

Pasadena Museum of California Art Kosmic Krylon Garage

Skirball Cultural Center Manzanar: The Wartime Photographs of Ansel Adams

Weisman Museum of Art Andy Warhol Life & Legends

Although we highly recommend The Broad, The Hammer, and California Science Center (For 2 bucks you can ride on a high-wire bicycle), but the permanent exhibits at these museums are always free.

A complete list of participating museums

Elise Thompson

About Elise Thompson

Born and raised in the great city of Los Angeles, this food, culture and music-loving punk rock angeleno wants to turn you on to all that is funky, delicious and weird in the city. While Elise holds down the fort, her adventurous alter ego Kiki Maraschino is known to roam the country in search of catfish.
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