4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA 90027, USA
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Voted “Favorite Museum” by L.A. Daily News readers for five years in a row! Located across from the L.A. Zoo in the heart of Griffith Park and with plentiful free parking, the Autry has something for everyone: Western movie memorabilia and artifacts, Native American art and cultural materials, kids activities, changing exhibitions, films, paintings, sculptures, and more. Come discover all the diverse stories of the American West at the Autry!
Located in an historic building on the heart of Los Angeles’ Museum Row, Contemporary Craft presents exhibitions and programs of craft, folk art and design drawn from international, national and local artists, collectors and museums, as well as from the museum’s own collection. As a true reflection of Los Angeles’ great diversity, the exhibitions and programs presented celebrate numerous cultures around the Globe.
The GRAMMY Museum seeks to educate and inspire all Museum visitors and Members as to the enduring qualities and cultural significance of popular and classical music. By implementing a variety of innovative educational strategies; by incorporating the advice and needs of scholastic teachers, locally, regionally, and nationally; and by presenting the expertise of Recording Academy members, the GRAMMY Museum offers the most dynamic and exciting educational programs available from music museums today.
Since 1961, the Holocaust Museum LA has provided free Holocaust education to students and visitors from across Los Angeles, the United States and the world, fulfilling the mission of the founding Holocaust survivors to commemorate, educate and inspire. The Museum is open seven days a week, and because the founding survivors insisted that no visitors ever be turned away from learning about the Holocaust for lack of an entry fee, Museum admission is always free.
Through history and art exhibitions, an expansive resource and research center, family programs and video presentations in its one-of-a kind Pavilion, share a uniquely American story at the Japanese American National Museum, part of the Little Tokyo Historic District. From initial immigration in the late 1800s to the unconstitutional incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II and the passage of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, the National Museum celebrates the triumph of democracy over discrimination – for all Americans – yesterday, today and for generations to come. Visitors can learn origami or visit the award-winning Museum store.
LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes – LA Plaza – celebrates the past and inspires the future by sharing the untold stories about the history, culture, values, and traditions of Mexican, Mexican American, and all Latinos in the founding and continuing evolution of Southern California. We do this through compelling and culturally enriching exhibitions, educational programs, and public programming. We’ve welcomed visitors since 2011.