Los Angeles is famous for being the home of the entertainment industry, but it has an intellectual scene too, which is apparent when visiting one of the five best free museums in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, the glamor of Los Angeles often comes with an expensive price tag, so offset a meal that costs you double and head over to an experience that costs you nothing. Also, if you’re with people that aren’t the biggest fans of museums, you won’t feel so obligated to stay for hours and get your money‘s worth.
California Science Center. If you’re tired of convincing your kids that museums are fun, this place will do the job for you. Not only can the whole family actively participate in many of the exhibits, but there is a giant theater to check out when everyone gets tired and needs a rest. The museum is located at 700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA, 90037, and stays open every day of the week except some holidays from 10 AM to 5 PM. (323)-SCIENCE.
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. By providing a detailed look into one of the most horrific events in history, this museum puts life in prospective in a way that many others do not. While it may not be the kind of place to visit on the way to a baseball game, it is an experience that will last a lifetime, no matter what age the person is. Check it out from 10 AM to 5 AM, every day except Friday, when it closes at 2 PM. It’s located at 100 The Grove Drive, Los Angeles, CA, 90036. (323) 651-3704.