Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number
Address: 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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About Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Even though Los Angeles is known for its glamorous side, the lesser known side of LA is the one that has embraced history and its roots whole heartedly. Hammer Museum is a perfect example of that. It is a museum which supports the realm of edgy contemporary art and through the medium of its permanent and temporary exhibitions, gives people a chance to explore an art that is so beautiful. It is indeed one of the best places to understand this intricate art. There are various single artists and collections that will stay in your memory forever.
Hammer Museum Information
- All the public galleries of the museum are accessible to wheelchair users.
- Outside food and drinks are not allowed within the museum.
Hammer Museum Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
How To reach Hammer Museum by Public Transport
- Nearby bus stop: Wilshire Boulevard & Glendon Avenue (by bus - 20, Commuter Express 534, Commuter Express 573)
- Nearby bus stop: Westwood NB & Lindbrook NS (by bus - 1,2,6, 6R,8,12,18,234, 734, 788, R12)
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Hammer Museum, Los Angeles Reviews - Write a Review
Definitely one of the more unique museums I've encountered. It's completely FREE so go if you have the chance. I came here expecting a traditional museum visit but the exhibits are more modern and change frequently. The recent one I've seen is about radical women which makes for interesting art. There's also a room full of older paintings.
Enjoyed a fun evening with the UCLA gamer students as they showed off their creativity both electronic and as board games. Especially enjoyed the erotic adult-only section.
A really wonderful and different museum. It's built around a courtyard and has only a small section of more traditional art in the permanent collection. Most is very, very modern. I didn't find the modern stuff to be terribly interesting but it's a great experience and there were a few pieces I really loved. I'm under the impression a lot of it rotates pretty often, too, so when you're going it might be totally different. Either way, it's free, beautiful, calming and different from your average museum.
loved it!! I'm from Argentina and I felt so comfortable here. They have a lot of things about gender and skin equality. The explication that you find in the works of art is also in Spanish.
Nice museum with friendly staff, a nice gift shop with a good selection and a nice place to grab food. The museum is free to enter and has free WiFi for guests. They also have a nice courtyard where you can meet people with lots of tables and seats. The art is varied. There are paintings in more classical styles and also more contemporary sculpture and mixed media pieces. It took me about a little over an hour to go through everything whilst taking my time, it's not the largest gallery.