SoCal Museums Free For All Event

SoCal Museums Free For All Event

On Saturday, March 23, 2024, over thirty museums across Southern California will participate in the Free For All Event. Explore art, cultural heritage, film, natural history, and science all over Socal. This once a year event offers Free General Admission to the public. Plan your visit in advance as many of the museums will be booked. Check out the SoCal Museums website for more information on applicable exhibitions, parking fees, hours, directions and more. 

 

Here are the Participating Orange County Museums.

 

Bowers Museum

The Bowers museum works to  enriches lives through the world’s finest arts and cultures. Through decades of Exhibitions that travel to this OC Museum. Admission to the museum is typically $18/adult. Saturday March 23rd, entry is FREE. Click Here for more information on the Bowers Museum. 

 

Orange County Museum Of Art

The Orange County Museum of Art’s commitment to artists and audiences has been at the core of its activities, presenting the voices and work of influential artists and creative thinkers through innovative and ground-breaking exhibitions and programs. While general admission is Free this is a must see OC Museum. Click Here for more information on the Orange County Museum of Art.

 

Laguna Art Museum 

The Laguna Art Museum sets out to enlighten and engage people of all ages through art that embodies and preserves the California experience. General admission to the museum is $12/adult. Saturday March 23rd, its FREE. Click Here for more information on the Laguna Art Museum. 

 

Here’s the full list of SoCal Museums Participating in this years events. 

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
(Advanced reservations encouraged. Visit academymuseum.org to make a reservation)

American Museum of Ceramic Art
(Advanced reservations are required. Visit amoca.org to make a reservation)

Armory Center for the Arts

Autry Museum of the American West
(Advanced reservations are required. Visit theautry.org to make a reservation)

Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College

Bowers Museum

The Broad
(Advanced reservations are encouraged. Visit broad.org to make a reservation)

California Botanic Garden

California Science Center

Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum

Catalina Museum for Art & History

Cayton Children’s Museum
(Advanced reservations are required. Visit caytonmuseum.org to make a reservation)

Columbia Memorial Space Center

Craft Contemporary

Forest Lawn Museum

Fowler Museum at UCLA

Frederick R. Weisman of Art, Pepperdine University

The Getty Center
(Timed tickets are required for The Getty Center. Visit getty.edu to make a reservation)

The Getty Villa
(Timed tickets are required for The Getty Villa. Visit getty.edu to make a reservation)

GRAMMY Museum

Hammer Museum

Holocaust Museum LA
(Reservations required. Visit holocaustmuseumla.org)

Institute of Contemporary Art, LA

The International Printing Museum

Japanese American National Museum
(Advance tickets strongly recommended. Visit janm.org to make a reservation)

Laguna Art Museum

La Brea Tar Pits & Museum
(Advance tickets required. Visit tarpits.org to make a reservation)

LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes

Lincoln Memorial Shrine

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
(Advance tickets are required. Visit lacma.org to make a reservation)

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)
(Advance tickets are recommended. Visit moca.org to make a reservation)

Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)

Museum of Ventura County

Orange County Museum of Art

Santa Barbara Museum of Art

Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
(Advanced reservations encouraged. Visit sbnature.org Sea Center not included)

Santa Monica History Museum
(Visit santamonicahistory.org to make a reservation)

Skirball Cultural Center
(Advance tickets strongly recommended. Visit skirball.org to make a reservation)

Wende Museum

Zimmerman Automobile Driving Museum

**The Museum of Tolerance will be participating on Sunday, March 24 only.”

For more information on the event visit SoCalMuseums.org

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