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Discover World-Class Culture at Your Fingertips

As the cultural hub of Los Angeles, downtown LA is teeming with arts and culture from Grand Avenue to Spring and Main. With world-class exhibits at your fingertips, explore some of the best collections from contemporary art to Japanese American artifacts. Discover nearly 2,000 works of art at the Broad Museum, find your fashion at FIDM, walk among the elegant underground galleries of the MOCA, and stroll through a self-guided tour through the culture, the community, and the local scene at the DTLA Art Walk held every second Thursday of the month. Wherever you wander, culture is sure to follow in DTLA.
The Broad Museum ,Los Angeles

The Broad

Located on South Grand Avenue, The Broad offers free admission to browse over 2,000 works of contemporary art from well-known artists including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and Jeff Koons. Make sure to check out the two Infinity Mirror Rooms with flashing LED lights for a unique art experience.
The Museum Of Contemporary Art ,Los Angeles

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

With three locations sprinkled across Los Angeles, the main branch of MOCA in DTLA houses thousands of collections from renowned contemporary artists from the 1940's to present day. Plan your visits on Thursday nights between 5 and 8 pm and tour the museum for free.
FIDM Museums and Culture, Los Angeles

FIDM

Spanning over two centuries of fashion history, this well-known museum is where fashion and art collide. From Parisian haute couture to legendary costumes of movies and TV, FIDM houses comprehensive collections of fashion's key moments and from the most influential tastemakers.
AD Museums and Culture, Los Angeles

A+D

One of the few museums that celebrate architecture and design in the country, the A+D Museum showcases the work of prominent regional, national, and international designers that have shaped the city as we know it. Through exhibits, symposia, projects, and community programming, A+D continues to educate and entertain each guest that visits the Downtown Arts District.
Japanese American Museums and Culture, Los Angeles

Japanese American National Museum

Located in the downtown neighborhood of Little Tokyo, JANM preserves more than 130 years of Japanese-American history and culture showcasing a moving image archive of over 250 home movies and exhibits of artifacts, textiles, art, and photographs.
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