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'Tis The Season To Check Out The Getty's Holiday Lights & Get Free Cider

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Now that Thanksgiving is over and the holidays are in full gear, it's that time of year to check out holiday lights. Over at the Getty Center, they'll soon be kicking off their festive holiday lights events through to the new year.

Starting on Nov. 28, and taking place every Saturday until Jan. 2, the Getty's trees will be adorned with stringed lights, and you can take some selfies with snowflakes projected against their walls. Folks who stop by will also get complimentary mulled cider.


And fitting in with holiday eating, guests can check out the Getty's free exhibit, The Edible Monument: the Art of Food for Festivals, and Eat, Drink and Be Merry: Food in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, while they're out there.

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The Getty Center is at 1200 Getty Center Dr. in Brentwood. It's free to get in. Parking after 4 p.m. is $10. If you want to make a day out of it, if you purchase Getty's "Pay Once, Park Twice" program, it'll cost $15 to park on the same day at both the Getty Center and the Getty Villa.