Autry National CenterCurrently Closed
This museum displays collection of art form of American West and its multiple cultures, and interprets its significance. Attracting around 150,000 visitors annually, this centre has an extension in the Griffith Park as well.
The museum presents interesting set of exhibitions, public programs and events ranging from lectures, film, theatre, festivals, family events, and music, and performs scholarship, research and educational outreach. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Los Angeles itinerary 4 days.
- Guided tours are available.
- Students have concession in entry fee.
- Autry Members: Free
- Adults: USD 10
- Students (with current ID) and Seniors (60+): USD 6
- Children (3–12): USD 4
- Children under 3: Free
- Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 am, 1:00 pm, and 3:00 pm.
- Tours are not available the first two Sundays of the month.
Crossroads West Cafe Hours:
- Tuesday–Friday: 10:00 am–4:00 pm.
- Saturday-Sunday: 9:00 am–5:00 pm.
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0.72% of people who visit Los Angeles include Autry National Center in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
87.5% of people start their Autry National Center visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Autry National Center
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Autry National Center
Outstanding museum for western history, culture and art. There is emphasis on participation of various ethnic groups and the role they had in the expanding west. While this is a traditional museum, there are numerous activities for kids. I suggest that you visit their website for details. Fun fact: Gene Autry, founder of the museum also wrote the song "Here comes Santa Claus"
My granddaughter and I spent the afternoon there and had a great time but I would really like to commend the groundskeepers who were trimming the hedges in front of the museum. Our car had a problem and I asked them to help and they fixed it in no time. They were kind and courteous and I would like people to know how important it was to us that they fixed it. Thank you so much.
We were there for their Marketplace Day, which included a series of short plays. We've been here before and we always enjoy it immensely. Their Native Voices series gives a window into the lives and perspectives of many tribes. It's fascinating to see the people from so any different tribes, who used to be at war with each other, historically, now working together to produce art.
I went (twice) specifically for the Raza exhibit and it was amazing! I feel so lucky to have been able to see such a well put together exhibit that was extremely on point with its information. The rest of the museum was also great and I love the variety of topics you can learn about. I would definitely come back for other special events/exhibits & recommend to museum lovers!!
Take the time and spend a day... there's too much to see on a mere visit. Get your info at the main desk, but be careful some of the guys have their own agenda and may make you linger too long at certain areas. Plenty of extraordinary exhibits. Really good Cafe on site!