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The Broad

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The Broad

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US$27.00 per adult
Half-Day Tour of Los Angeles and Hollywood
US$76.00 per adult
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221 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012-3020
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East LA Civic CenterLos Angeles Metro Rail7 min
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Hollywood Sightseeing and Celebrity Homes Tour by Open-Top Bus

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Save your time wandering around Los Angeles on your own searching for celebrity hot spots. This guided tour of Hollywood and celebrity homes takes you through neighborhoods jam-packed with star-owned homes. Plus your guide knows the quickest ways around the LA traffic to show you the most famous attractions such as the Hollywood Sign and Rodeo Drive all in just a few hours.
US$35.00 per adult
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Norm Travels wrote a review Oct. 2020
Tifton, Georgia346 contributions90 helpful votes
Personally, I enjoy architecture and design ... found The Broad to be quite unique in modernism design, albeit not to my personal taste
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Cynthia-LAX wrote a review Oct. 2020
Los Angeles, California289 contributions93 helpful votes
Vibrant cultural beauty. I loved the exhibits and the architectural genius of the structure. A must see when in Los Angeles.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mocha & Bones wrote a review Aug. 2020
Sydney, Australia147 contributions64 helpful votes
We're not Modern Art people at all but we actually didn't mind wandering about as there are a few interesting pieces (Ellen Gallagher, 2004 eXelento, Glenn Ligon's 2006 Double America and Jeff Koons pieces) but I can see how it would be mostly boring to families with little ones. The space is nice and we didn't feel crowed or like we were standing with others while taking in the art. I definitely wouldn't line up outside for hours to get in but it's very good for what is was. My advice is to take an early morning slot - the earliest possible if your aim is to see 'The Infinity Room' because sign up/places fill up immediately - we were in at open (10th or so in line with a ticket reserved in advance - there's a walk in line too) and still had a 30min wait. So you can imagine getting in even an hour after open, reduces your chances incredibly. Also you get about 60 seconds in there.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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lilianasmith wrote a review Jun. 2020
Brazil32 contributions47 helpful votes
Art that enriches, they have a free auto tour that helps you to appreciate some works even more, it was a wonderful walk, you need at least 2 hours but if you can give the visit more time to take advantage of the best.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Christopher wrote a review May 2020
Thetford, United Kingdom73 contributions37 helpful votes
When we planned to visit LA The Broad was one of those must see attractions. We followed the advice and arrived early with our pre-booked tickets and avoided the queue. This is probably the best advice I can offer also. The queue to get in without pre-booked tickets was huge. The exhibition space is well planned and, if you follow the route set out in the guide you will see everything. The gallery also has a paid exhibition every so often and if you can, buy tickets for this also. You will find, when busy its full of people taking photographs with the exhibits and some people get quite annoyed if you spoil their shot which kind of spoils the mood here which is normally really good. The staff are helpful and knowledgeable and well happily answer questions should you have any.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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