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Free admission to 20 Southern California museums

Add some culture to your life. SoCal Museums announces the ninth annual Museums Free-For-All Saturday, January 25, 2014. Twenty museums in the Los Angeles presenting art, cultural heritage, natural history, and science are opening their doors to visitors free of charge!

The following museums are participating: Annenberg Space for Photography, Armory Center for the Arts (usually a suggested donation of $5), The Autry National Center of the American West (a savings of up to $10 per person), California African American Museum, California Science Center (timed tickets to see the Endeavour Space Shuttle are required), Fowler Museum at UCLA, The Getty Center, The Getty Villa (provided you reserved a timed ticket), Hammer Museum (usually $10 per adult), Japanese American National Museum (normally $9 per adult), Los Angeles County Museum of Art (the most expensive with fees normally up to $15 per person), Los Angeles Fire Department Museum and Memorial (Hollywood and San Pedro), The Museum of Contemporary Art (typically $12 per person), Museum of Latin American Art (regularly $9 per adult), Orange County Museum of Art (usually $12 per adult), The Paley Center for Media (suggested contribution is regularly $10 per adult), Pasadena Museum of California Art (usually $7 per adult), Santa Monica Museum of Art (normally $5), Skirball Cultural Center (generally $10 per adult) and USC Pacific Asia Museum (regularly $10 per adult). Special ticketed exhibitions may not be covered. Parking fees still apply.

Create a wonderful day!


Museums Free For All

January 25, 2014

Various locations and times

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