Watts Towers Arts Center, Los Angeles

About Watts Towers Arts Center, Los Angeles

Watts Towers Arts Center, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 1727 East 107th Street, Los Angeles, California 90002

Phone: +1-2138474646

Ticket Price: 7 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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The mission of this Arts Center is completely beautiful. It says - “Where truth and art meet”. You will find that this place, which is set up by a group of art lovers, is actually very true to what they love and there is a lot of awe-inspiring work that you will witness on your visit to this center. This place has a number of exhibitions and galleries and has a very high reputation in the art realm. There are also renowned courses here that give budding artists a chance to make a name for themselves. Associated with the Getty Arts Center, this place is a must visit if you like to explore different places with different mind sets about art.

Watts Towers Arts Center Information

  • Children of 12 years or under should be accompanied by an adult.

Watts Towers Arts Center Ticket Prices

  • Seniors and young adults (13 to 17): $3
  • Children (12 and under): Free admission 

Watts Towers Arts Center Opening and Closing Hours

  • Closed on national holidays and rainy days.

How To reach Watts Towers Arts Center by Public Transport

  • Nearby bus station: Wilmington/105th (by bus no: 612); Compton/ 108th (by bus no : 55/355) 

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  • The staff is really friendly and helpful. I enjoyed the detail of the tower and the art exhibit and film inside the center.

  • I always love going to the Day of the drum. Good food, fun, art history, vendors and good music. This is yearly event. So look for it next year.

  • Such a beautiful place! We traveled from Baltimore to see the towers in person and it was incredible! Also our guide, Lucy was really lovely and answered all of our questions.

  • the structures here are insane. the way it's laid out, it seems like it should have no chance of staying up, but the guy, with no real experience, was able to find a working way around it through nothing but obsession. on a side note, tour guide people are really nice, and there's a nice place to eat nearby

  • Interesting and beautiful venue. Amazing that one man Simon Rodia built the towers using simple tools and materials from the Los Angeles area. A must see.

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