The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is a national leader in education and exhibitions. It is the second oldest cultural institution in Los Angeles and opened its doors in 1913. Today, it is one of the largest natural and historical museums in the Western United States.
What is the Museum of Flying?
The Museum of Flying in Los Angeles is a nonprofit aerospace museum in Santa Monica, California. It was founded in 1974 and closed in 2002, but reopened in 2012. The museum offers exhibits spanning the history of aviation, with a particular focus on the work of Donald Douglas.
What is the Norton Simon Museum?
The Norton Simon Museum is one of Pasadena's cultural gems, it houses one of the world's most notable private collections of art treasures, with European art from the Renaissance, India and Southeast Asia spanning 2000 years, along with contemporary pieces from America and Europe.
Are the museums in Los Angeles open seven days a week?
Yes, many of the museums in Los Angeles are open seven days a week.
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|Debra J. Dewitte
|University of California Press
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|The Museum Experience Revisited
|John H. Falk and Lynn D. Dierking
|The Museum in America: Innovators and Pioneers
|National Museum of American Art
|Museums and the Public Sphere
|Hans Belting, Andrea Buddensieg, and Peter Weibel