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Over 20 Museums Have Free Admission On January 31

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LACMA is one of the several museums offering free admission on Jan. 31 (Photo by Shabdro Photo via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)
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It's that special time of year again where we can get our culture on without having to pay a dime. Several museums around SoCal will be offering free admission on Jan. 31, and a couple on Feb. 1 as part of the 10th annual "Museums Free-For-All" event.

Some of the big ones on the list include LACMA and MOCA, and there are a bevy of different types of museums focused on different topics from art to science and natural history. While you can get free general admission, keep in mind that special-ticketed events and parking aren't free.

Here's a list of all the museums offering free admission on Saturday, Jan. 31. For the ones that are closed on Saturdays, there's a note next to them that mention that they're giving free admission on Sunday, Feb. 1 instead:

If anything, we hope your museum experience is just as magical as the one these guys had in 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off:

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