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Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
5905 Wilshire Boulevard

Go Metro and Save $2 on General Admission

Charles White, I Have a Dream, 1976, © The Charles White Archives, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA.

With more than 130,000 works of art, LACMA is the largest art museum in the west. Located halfway between the beach and downtown Los Angeles, LACMA serves more than 1 million visitors a year with its rich art collection, spanning both geography and time. Also enjoy their wide array of public programs, including concerts, films, classes, and children’s activities.

Now on view: Charles White: A Retrospective (through June 9, 2019) and Life Model: Charles White and His Students (through September 15, 2019). Don't miss these two landmark exhibitions celebrating the life and legacy of the artist, teacher, and activist who made Los Angeles his home for more than two decades and influenced generations of artists.

Metro Perk:

Show your TAP card, Metro Employee ID, or LA County Employee ID at the ticket office and save $2 on your general admission ticket.

Go Metro to See Art:

The Metro system houses one of the largest, most far-reaching collections of public artwork in the region, including Charles White's former student, Richard Wyatt Jr.'s City of Dreams/River of History mural in collaboration with May Sun. Find out more by signing up for free Art + Architectural Tours at Union Station or visit

Go Metro:

LACMA is located at 5905 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. Take the Metro Rapid 720 to Wilshire Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue. 

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Hours Admission is free every weekday after 3pm to LA County Residents. LACMA is open on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 11am-5pm. On Fridays, the museum
Location 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles
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