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Eames Foundation, Los Angeles

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  • You've seen Eames furniture, perhaps own some. So it's a treat to visit the home they lived in and well worth it. I booked the pricey interior tour that's $275 for two people, even though I was solo. ...  more »
  • Eames house is a place where you should take your kids. Book it, go ( read website instructions carefully, then it's easy to get there) and take 45-60 min to enjoy. It's not only for architecture/desi...  more »
  • Lovely, serene place and very knowledgeable guides and reasonably priced (kids are free). Note that pre-booking is essential, the tour is of the outside only (though the interior can be viewed through...  more »
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  • Incredibly friendly and knowledgeable staff with great conservation work that has been carried out. Unfortunately you are limited to what you are able to see of the house itself.
  • A treasure hidden beyond the pines! Must see for everyone interested in design & architecture.
  • The staff is very friendly. They are willing to answer all of your questions. Charles Eames foundation has done a great work. The house looks very much like it used to be when Charles and Ray lived there.
  • Interesting history behind the Eames house here. The house itself is a real landmark especially when noting the year of construction. Not an easy place to see from the road, it's hidden away up a private driveway (pass some other interesting, but now privately owned, houses).
  • Definitively a place to visit for Mid-century design lovers. Staff was really nice. We only did the outside visit but the first floor of the house was visible, giving us a pretty good idea of the interior design.