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LACMA: Free After 5

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Did you know that LACMA is free everyday after 5pm?? Even on the weekends!

You can now enjoy our fab county museum in the evenings. There is so much in the permanent collections- ancient art & artifacts from all over the world, costumes & textiles, renowned paintings by the likes of Degas, Whistler, Picasso, amazing photographs, Egyptian art, it is truly endless!

Be sure not to miss the Japanese Pavilion a separate building that houses the museums brilliant Japanese carvings and prints—it is so tranquil in there! (Just remember the museum is not open on Wednesdays & you may have to pay for exhibits that are ticketed separately.)

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