Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
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It's under renovation so only two rooms available. Just visit it next year is my suggestion. Lots of free museums in LA so you just plan something else instead.
I love this wonderful museum for contemporary. The set up feels intimate and peaceful, not overwhelming like some of the larger museums. Always interesting offering, well-curated public programs that ... read more »
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This is a UCLA museum on Wilshire and it's free for life. Interesting art exhibits that are continuing changing. Open space to hangout and get some lunch inside or bring your own lunch. In the summer on Thursday nights you'll find a DJ creating a lively vibe; there are free medition classes and many other activities for locals. The top chairs are a hit for everyone
I'm not a big fan of modern/contemporary art and this museum houses a few galleries of it. They don't have many galleries so it doesn't take a long time to walk through the entire museum. I do like the architecture and courtyard. The courtyard is open with plenty of seating and some shade. They have very fun chairs that wobble. The cafe is excellent though if you want a decent sized drink, order a can of soda. The lemonade and house drinks come in narrow glasses with a lot of ice so it ends up being about less than 8oz. I had the BLTA and my partner had the waffles. Admission is free, you just have to pay for parking. You might be better off parking along the street at a meter then afterwards, walk around the city. This place also has a Pokestop.
What a great museum. There was so much to see in a compact space without feeling crowded. It felt like an oasis in the middle of a city. However, I would not eat there. The restaurant was nasty dirty, with employees seemingly standing around. Note to employees, if you are going to take a break, do it out of view of the public. In what I would say is one of the most beautiful, well designed gift stores, the employees were ill informed of most everything there including the designer of the store. Perhaps a little better training would help?
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Modern art museum. Wish they had their galleries open when I visited. Otherwise they seem to organise a lot of events to involve local students in art projects. Artists also setting up and creating their art in public, which was refreshing to see.
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