Don't have plans for the weekend yet? How about visiting up to 19 museums in L.A. for free? The participating museums of the eighth annual "Museums Free-For-All" will be opening their doors to the public completely free of charge, exclusively on January 26-27!
Metro's The Source has put together a list of bus routes for us, so that our travel plans can be easier and greener.
- Annenberg Space for Photography (Metro Bus 16 or 28 to Ave. of the Stars/Constellation)
- The Autry (Metro Bus 96 to Western Heritage/Zoo)
- California African American Museum (Metro Bus 81 to Figueroa/State)
- California Science Center (Expo Line to Expo Park/USC)
- Craft and Folk Art Museum (Metro Bus 20 to Wilshire/Curson)
- Fowler Museum at UCLA (On UCLA campus, next to Kaufman Hall and Janss Steps)
- Hammer Museum (Metro Rapid 761 to Westwood/Lindbrook)
- The Getty Center
- The Getty Villa
- Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Metro Rapid 720 Wilshire/Fairfax)
- The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) (Metro Red/Purple Line to Pershing Square Station, exit 4th St)
- Museum of Latin American Art (Long Beach Transit 71 or 72 to Alamitos/6th)
- Museum of Tolerance (Big Blue Bus 7 to Pico/Roxbury)
- Pacific Asia Museum (Gold Line to Memorial Park Station)
- The Paley Center for Media (Metro Bus 16 to S. Santa Monica/Canon)
- Pasadena Museum of California Art (Metro Bus 267 to Los Robles/Union)
- Santa Monica Museum of Art (Big Blue Bus 5 to Olympic/26th)
- Skirball Cultural Center (Metro Rapid 761 to Sepulveda/Skirball Center)
- University Art Museum, CSULB (Long Beach Transit 91 or 121 to Beach/Campus)
Although museum admissions are free of charge, regular parking fees do apply. We strongly recommend you to carpool with your friends and family if you wish to drive your own vehicle.
Some museums are only opened on either Saturday or Sunday, so remember to check the opening dates and hours when you plan your trips.