Specially Ticketed Exhibitions + General Admission
A one-day pass to LACMA's galleries, including specially ticketed exhibitions:
• Samurai: Japanese Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Muller Collection • Pierre Huyghe (Opening postponed until further notice) • Nature and the American Vision: The Hudson River School (Opening December 7)
$25 | Adults, Seniors (62+) & Students with valid ID Free | Children (17 and under) Free | Members
Talks & Tours
LACMA’s educational programs accommodate audiences of all ages. Enjoy talks with scholars, gallery tours, conversations with artists, events for educators, storytelling for kids, and more.
Taught by a dedicated faculty of experienced artists and art educators, LACMA's art classes provide unique opportunities to learn about art through studio activities, discussion sessions, and visits to the galleries.
LACMA presents screenings of classics, new releases, documentaries, and retrospectives in conjunction with exhibitions, as well one-of-a-kind events, guest-curated programs, and conversations on film and filmmaking.
LACMA presents more than one hundred concerts each year featuring leading international and local ensembles in programs of classical, jazz, Latin, and new music. Most of LACMA’s music programming do not require tickets and are free to the public.