Los Angeles Dinosaur Museum

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1. Dinosaur Museum - CLOSED

900 Exposition BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90007

(213) 763-3466
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2. Wonder of Dinosaurs

1835 Hawthorne BlvdRedondo Beach, CA 90278

(310) 542-1535
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3. Museum of African American Art

4005 Crenshaw BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90008

(323) 294-7071
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4. Asto Museum of Art

4505 Huntington Dr SLos Angeles, CA 90032

(323) 343-8607
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5. Museum in Black

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4331 Degnan BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90008

(323) 292-9528

The museum has moved to approx. the 4100 blk. of Central ave. at the historical Dunbar Hotel in L.A. Brian is currently looking for a permanent bui…

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6. Skirball Cultural Center & Museum

Los Angeles, CA 90001

(310) 440-4571
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7. Rodriguez Armando

1759 E 105th StLos Angeles, CA 90002

(323) 374-0624
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8. IO

123 LS StLos Angeles, CA 90026

(310) 310-2334
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9. Starring You Kiosk

6801 Hollywood BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90028

(323) 469-1839
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10. Oran Z's Pan African Black Facts and Wax Museum

3742 W Martin Luther King Jr BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90008

(323) 299-8829
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Museum Of Comtemparary Art

11. Museum Of Comtemparary Art

350 S Grand AveLos Angeles, CA 90071

(213) 621-7794
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12. Dunbar Hotel Cultural & Hist. Museum - CLOSED

4225 S Central AveLos Angeles, CA 90011

(323) 231-0333
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Hollyhock House

13. Hollyhock House

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4800 Hollywood BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90027

(323) 644-6269

If you're a fan of Frank Lloyd Wright or of architecture in general, don't miss it. Interesting to see how amazing (and yet, in many ways poorly des…

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14. Laband Art Gallery

7900 Loyola BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90045

(310) 338-2880
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15. Museum of Neon Art

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501 W Olympic BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 489-9918

What a great place.\r For those of you who love Neon, this is the place to visit.\r \r if taking a tour of Los Angeles, Let us drive you around t…

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16. Holyland Exhibition

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2215 Lake View AveLos Angeles, CA 90039

(323) 664-3162

A mildly interesting collection of Biblical-inspired objects. The lady who runs this place claims founder Antonio Futterer was the inspiration for R…

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Page Museum

17. Page Museum

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5801 Wilshire BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90036

(323) 934-7243

Cute little museum that can be digested in an hour or two. Neat, but small, collection of fossils excavated from the nearby tar pits. Cool space.

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18. Center Museum

3905 Inglewood BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90066

(310) 397-6942
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19. L Ron Hubbard Life Exhibition

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6331 Hollywood Blvd Ste 100Los Angeles, CA 90028

(323) 960-3511

I found the tour amazing. When you see the breadth of what this man did in a lifetime it is really impressive. Inspiring.

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20. Art Restoration and Conservation (tivetskyartrestorationdotcom)

4811-17 West Adams BoulevardLos Angeles, CA 90016

(323) 775-6617
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21. Gallery 1519

5225 Wilshire BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90036

(310) 272-9156

From Business: Abstract, painting, Sculptures, Cow hides, Sheep Skin, Custom framing services, Contemporary, Modern,

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Museum of Tolerance

22. Museum of Tolerance

(5)

9786 W Pico BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90035

(310) 553-8403

I really like the pictures there. Very informative.

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23. SURFARTIFACTS.COM - CLOSED

Los Angeles, CA 90066

(310) 717-7993

From Business: SURFING MEMORABILIA FOR SALE OR LEASE FOR THE COLLECTOR, BUSINESSES AND ALL OTHERS WHO APPRECIATE THE HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL ARTIFACTS OF SURFING AND TO CELEBRATE …

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24. Hollywood Entertainment Museum - CLOSED

6255 W Sunset BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90028

(323) 465-7900
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County of Los Angeles

25. County of Los Angeles

5801 Wilshire BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90036

(323) 934-7243
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26. Pretty In Plastic Inc

4432 Camero AveLos Angeles, CA 90027

(323) 306-3085
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Los Angeles Museum of The Holocaust

27. Los Angeles Museum of The Holocaust

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BBB Rating: A+

100 The Grove DrLos Angeles, CA 90036

(323) 651-3704

This museum is filled with wonderful tools to learn more in depth stuff about the holocaust. Not only are there pictures and artifacts, but there ar…

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28. Museum Tamal

1155 S Grand AveLos Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 493-4320
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29. Audrey's Museum Store

2701 N Sepulveda BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90049

(310) 440-4505
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30. Ace Museum

5514 Wilshire BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90036

(323) 935-4824
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The Getty Center
Chelsea W. rated

I came in search of Christian art on Holy Thursday and found some high above the 405 parking lot. I'll say it now: I'm hopelessly biased toward the Huntington, but it cannot be denied that the Getty has the more extensive and wide-reaching collection and the better views. This sidetrip was, without a doubt, far superior to class. But it's just so freaking busy! There's no such thing as quietly pondering the interplay of light, shadow, and subject when you're stepping on busloads of kids and listening to 30 foreign languages a minute. The museum is famous for its labyrinth, but in reality the whole place is just one big labyrinth, designed to allow the visitor to completely lose himself in a raptured state of mind. It's an island of white travertine rising above a sea of scrub brush on an LA mountaintop, and indeed stepping off of the tram and into its massive courtyard does elevate the spirit a bit. And there are more than a few steps to climb. And yet for all the effort everywhere you turn you find something beautiful, something thought-provoking, or something just plain strange (for this last point that's usually the architecture of the place itself.) For the benefit of the uninitiated, there are several galleries each covering a swath of history, ranging from before 1700 to the present day, as well as a selection of photographic works and furniture. Hand illuminated Byzantine Bibles, stained glass, and holy ornaments are to be found in one, while furniture, romantic portraiture, and landscapes are to be found in another. A "terrace" containing a deceptively large selection of photographic art (including a lovely Ansel Adams exhibit) is also to be found hidden off of the main cafe deck. And everywhere you look there seems to be a view - whether it's a gorgeous vista or a precious work of art. They have a wide array of food and drink to offer, including wines and beers. But because of the impossible lines that proliferated at all hours of the day (and the fact that I prefer to enjoy my artwork while sober) I did not partake and therefore cannot comment on their quality. The scope of the complex is positively massive, befitting the extensive collection of art that resides within. An intriguing blend of modern architectural sensibilities and eons old stone, for what it lacks in comforting welcoming quality it more than makes up for in distinction and energy. Like any great gallery, the Getty invites a spirit of adventure and exploration. It may at times feel a little sterile, and the surroundings a bit spartan for some of the more opulent and religious artwork contained within the collection, but its breadth and the promise of more discoveries around the corner make that shortcoming an easy one to overlook. The crowds, however, are insane. Even on a Thursday. You have been warned.

Museum of Death
Joseph F. rated

My girlfriend took me on a date here for my birthday (yes we are that kind of couple). I loved it and could have spent hours in their reading all of the information. They have paintings from many of the famous serial killers including the world famous John Wayne Gacy clown painting, victorian era autopsy and burial tools, crime scene photos, taxidermy animals, an actual severed head, and more. I imagine some people may be turned off by the more gory exhibits but if you have even spent an hour on reddit nothing here should surprise you that much. Instead take in the information on natural death, and the terrible murderers/psychopaths who pervade society. Aside from the picture of the smiling couple mutilating a corpse I would take my mother here.

The Getty Center
Stanley W. rated

Trilby's Svengali was a character of fiction. Conversely, Marc Breed, has captivated a generation with such a unique and engaging personality that we've allowed him the ultimately luxury of a true freedom. The Art he has created, as a result of this, only seems odd; in that we view it while tinged with envy. That we in Cleveland possess such a close-up look, should be a source of extreme pride. For we may live vicariously through his artistic rampage among us. -Dr. Stanley Workman, Art History, Professor Emeritus http://artistmarcbreed.blogspot.com/

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