Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles

Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049

Phone: +1-3104404500

Ticket Price: 12 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details

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About Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles

Skirball Cultural Centre is empowering in so many ways. It is basically an educational institution situated in Los Angeles. Its main motive is to look after sustaining the Jewish ideologies, as well as, American Democratic learnings. It has been available for public access ever since the year 1996. It is a great place to start learning what Jewish customs were like and all the American Democratic ideals. The way they communicate this is very interesting, as they have various exhibits, films, music, lectures, readings that tell you more and more about this place and all that it represents. 

Skirball Cultural Center Information

  • Free on-site parking is available. Street parking is strictly prohibited.
  • To know about the public holidays, check the official website.
  • Advance tickets for Noah’s Ark on weekends and during school breaks, including members is recommended.
  • Tickets on free Thursday are first-come, first served.
  • Photography for non-commercial purpose is allowed. However, photography in changing exhibition is strictly prohibited. 

Skirball Cultural Center Ticket Prices

  • General - $12
  • Seniors (65 and above), full-time students with ID, children over 12 - $9
  • Children (2 – 12years) - $7
  • Skirball Members and children under 2 – free admission
  • Thursdays – free admission
  • For school groups and group visits: check the official website.

Skirball Cultural Center Opening and Closing Hours

  • Last entry to Noah’s Ark – 4pm
  • Last entry to other Museum galleries – 4:30pm 
  • Closed on holidays.

How To reach Skirball Cultural Center by Public Transport

  • Nearby bus station: Sepulveda/Skirball Center; San Diego Fwy/ Skirball Center

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  • We thoroughly enjoyed the interactive Noah's arc exhibit for kids followed by a musical performance where the kids got to join in with drums of their own. The museum celebrates the Jewish community in America but it isn't pushy/preachy. That's a separate part of the museum. Don't miss it though, the halocaust exhibit is particularly moving. The cafe was very nice as well. Easy to find parking and the gift shop is stocked with fun toys.

  • I was only in one area for a conference but was happy to finally get to check this place out. The parking was free and plentiful and the area we had our conference in was spacious and pretty. They catering on the other hand was pretty meh but I don't know if that was due to the location or due to what the conference chose.

  • I was there for an outstanding lecture also visited the gift shop. They have beautiful things hard to leave without buying something. The restaurant is good too. Easy free ample parking

  • This is a great center for learning the culture and history of a group of people who survived and lived through so much. It show how much of a contribution was made to science, health, and ALL of the arts! We went to see a special exhibit on Paul Simon. He contributed to music, writing and culture. Sadly, this special exhibit ends, Sunday, September 03, 2017. Parking is free and there is an admission fee. $12.00 for most, $9.00 for Seniors. Children $7.00 ages 2-7. Speaking of children is an exhibit of Noah's Ark. It is a wonderful mixture of art through the use of recycled materials. It is all hands on for children of all ages. They can crawl in and out of things and it encourages the use of imagination. Go to this museum and learn and feel and express yourself.

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  • This is beautiful place to have a meeting or convention. The staff awesome and very helpful. It's right next to the 405 fwy and the Hollywood Hills. Nice clean and cool place. I will be going back to work again and attend events.

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