It’s quite the scene outside of Downtown LA’s newest art attraction, The Broad Museum – even after a year of being open.
Admission is free AND you can take all the photos you want inside! However, tickets are usually booked up a month in advance, so I'd suggest to get on their website and reserve your tickets ASAP! There is a non-ticket line that admits entrance on the day of for anyone willing to arrive early and wait in a line. It’s a great activity if you are looking for an inexpensive way to escape the heat and check out some cool art.
The exhibit currently showcases the works by major artists ranging from: Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, and Roy Lichtenstein. Also available to only one viewer at a time is Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirrored Room, a dazzling display of mirrors and endless LED lights. Entry to the mirrored room is a separate reservation from your general admission ticket that can be reserved after arrival at the museum. Note: it is best to reserve the earliest time as possible if you are planning to check out the Infinity Mirror Room, reservations book up quickly! I didn't know this ahead of time, so we weren't able to reserve a spot in time... Bummer! Definitely next time!
Here are some visual postcards from the outing. xx