In The Neighborhood
We live in Downtown Los Angeles, near where the city’s freeways all knot together at the tangled heart of the city. You can get to anywhere from here.
Things to Do
See things your own way.
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The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
152 N Central Ave
The airplane hangar-sized temple for contemporary art in Los Angeles, The Geffen Contemporary is the largest of the three MOCA branches — housed in a former police garage.Visit Website – This link opens in a new browser tab
The Japanese American National Museum
100 N Central Ave
Located in Little Tokyo (a wonder unto itself), the Japanese American National Museum is dedicated to preserving the history and culture of Japanese Americans.Visit Website – This link opens in a new browser tab
221 S Grand Ave
A massive contemporary arts hive that kinda looks like a modernist honeycomb, the Broad (rhymes with “road”) houses the mega-millions art collection of billionaires Eli and Edythe Broad. Free admission to the public (by reservation), The Broad is a tentpole in a Grand Ave arts corridor that’s also home to MoCA and The Music Center.Visit Website – This link opens in a new browser tab
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