L.A. Museums ‘Free-For-All’ Weekend

Don’t let the rainy SoCal forecast spoil your plans to get out this weekend, beat the rain by spending some time indoors and soak up the downpour of culture being offered during the Museum Free For All event.

Several L.A. county museums are opening their doors free of charge on January 26 & 27 as part of the eighth annual event that aims to bring more culture and arts to the diverse communities of SoCal.

Many of the museums will be free of charge on both days, with exceptions for specialty exhibits such as LACMA’s Caravaggio and His Legacy and Stanley Kubrick or the new Space Shuttle Endeavour display at the Science Center, which will still require tickets.

But there’s no better time to roam the halls of a museum you’ve always wanted to check out, take the kids to explore and learn about the different cultures, history, and arts L.A. has to offer.

The list of participating museums with free admission as follows (per museumsla.org):

*Regular parking fees apply. General museum admission only. May not apply to ticketed exhibitions.
**Timed tickets are required to see the Endeavour exhibition. Please visit www.californiasciencecenter.org.
***Timed tickets are required. Visit www.getty.edu.
****Offer valid for general admission only. Does not apply to specially ticketed exhibitions Caravaggio and His Legacy and Stanley Kubrick.
***** Advance reservations are recommended as capacity is limited. Please see www.museumoftolerance.com for hours and ticket information.
******Timed-entry tickets to the Noah’s Ark at the Skirball™ galleries will be on a walk-up, first-come, first-served basis on these dates, subject to availability.
*******The University Art Museum will only be open on Saturday, January 26th for an opening reception from 6-8pm.

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