SoCal Museums Free-for-All Day Returns on January 25

Dozens of local museums throw open their doors for free one Saturday a year
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Get ready for one of the biggest days on the museum-lover’s calendar. SoCal Museums Free-for-All returns on January 25, 2020, meaning free general admission entrance to dozens of participating museums.

“We’re proud to celebrate 15 years of Free-for-All, welcoming visitors across Southern California to enjoy a wide variety of museums. It’s a great chance to revisit old favorites or discover something new,” said Jennifer Caballero, SoCal Museums President and Marketing Director at the Skirball Cultural Center. “I’m always impressed by the range of cultural offerings. From cars to Cold War artifacts to modern art, there’s something for everyone.”


SoCal Museums Free-for-All 2020 Participants: 

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures (preview pop-up)
American Museum of Ceramic Art
Automobile Driving Museum
Autry Museum of the American West
Bowers Museum
The Broad
California African American Museum
California Science Center
Cayton Children’s Museum
Columbia Memorial Space Center
Craft Contemporary
Descanso Gardens
Forest Lawn Museum
Fowler Museum at UCLA
Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art
Getty Center
Getty Villa
Glendora Historical Society
Hammer Museum
Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
International Printing Museum
Japanese American National Museum
Kidspace Children’s Museum
La Brea Tar Pits and Museum
Laguna Art Museum
La Plaza de Cultura y Artes
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
Los Angeles County Fire Museum
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA)
Museum of Tolerance (on January 26)
Muckenthaler Cultural Center
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Orange County Museum of Art
Pomona College Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History 
Skirball Cultural Center
Sunnylands
Wende Museum of the Cold War
Torrance Art Museum
USC Fisher Museum
USC Pacific Asia Museum
Valley Relics Museum


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