Things to Do in Los Angeles

ART MUSEUMS (by approximate size)
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (mid-Wilshire):
Getty Center (Brentwood, overlooking UCLA):
Getty Villa (Malibu):
The Broad (downtown Los Angeles/Bunker Hill):
Huntington Library (San Marino, near Pasadena):
Museum of Contemporary Art (downtown Los Angeles/Bunker Hill):
Hammer Museum (Westwood Village):
Norton Simon Museum (Pasadena):
Marciano Art Foundation (mid-Wilshire):
Hause & Wirth (downtown Los Angeles/Arts District):
Craft Contemporary (mid-Wilshire):

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures (mid-Wilshire): academy COMING SOON
Annenberg Space for Photography (Century City):
Autry Museum of the American West (Griffith Park):
California African American Museum (Exposition Park):
California Science Center (Exposition Park):
Grammy Museum (downtown Los Angeles/L.A. Live):
Japanese American National Museum (downtown Los Angeles/Little Tokyo):
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust (mid-Wilshire):
Museum of Death (Hollywood):
Museum of Jurassic Technology (Culver City):
Museum of Tolerance (Beverly Hills):
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (Exposition Park):
Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits (mid-Wilshire):
Paley Center for Media (Beverly Hills):
Petersen Automotive Museum (mid-Wilshire):
Skirball Cultural Center (Brentwood):
Wende Museum (Culver City):

Disney (Burbank): tour is part of a week-long package
Fox Studios (Century City): no regular tours
Paramount (Hollywood):
Sony (Culver City):
Universal Studios (Universal City): tour is part of theme park,
Warner Brothers (Burbank):

(Equity) THEATER
Ahmanson Theatre (downtown Los Angeles/Bunker Hill): INDECENT (directed by Rebecca Taichman)
Geffen Playhouse (Westwood Village, right across from UCLA Medical Center): INVISIBLE TANGO and MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
Mark Taper Forum (downtown Los Angeles/Bunker Hill): HAPPY DAYS (starring Dianne Weist; through June 30)
Pasadena Playhouse: GOOD BOYS (by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa; starts June 26)
Pantages Theatre (Hollywood): THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (national tour)
plus dozens of 99-seat and non-Equity productions!

Dolby Theatre (Hollywood): Eddie Izzard (June 27 through 29)
Second City Hollywood (Hollywood):
The Groundlings (mid-Wilshire):
Upright Citizens Brigade (Hollywood): The 21st Annual Del Close Marathon (June 28 through 30; Sunset and Franklin locations)
plus dozens of comedy clubs

The Forum (Inglewood): Anderson .Paak (June 29)
Greek Theater (Griffith Park): LANY (June 27)
Hollywood Bowl: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in Concert (June 29); ABBA: The Concert (June 30)
Saban Theater (Beverly Hills): Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (June 29)
Shrine Auditorium (Exposition Park): LANY (June 28)
The Wiltern (Koreatown): Machine Gun Kelly (June 30)
plus dozens of club venues, including The Baked Potato, Bluewhale, The Echo, Fonda Theatre (Aly & AJ, June 27), Hollywood Palladium, House of Blues (Carly Rae Jepsen, June 27; Rooney, June 28), Los Globos, The Mint, The Regent, The Roxy, Teragram Ballroom, Theatre at Ace Hotel, Troubadour, Whiskey a-Go-Go, Viper Room, etc.

71Above (downtown Los Angeles):
Eames House (Pacific Palisades):
Gamble House (Pasadena):
Grand Central Market (downtown Los Angeles):
Greystone Mansion (Beverly Hills):
Griffith Observatory (Griffith Park):
The Grove and Famers Market (mid-Wilshire):
Hollyhock House (Los Feliz):
Hollywood Forever Cemetery:
Hollywood Walk of Fame:
Magic Castle:
OUE Skyspace LA (downtown Los Angeles):
Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park and Mortuary
Rodeo Drive (Beverly Hills):
Santa Monica Pier:
Stahl House (Hollywood Hills):
Venice Beach:
Watts Towers:

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