The newest, coolest L.A. and O.C. museum shows to see in July

A slideshow features painting of migrant workers, a group of Black photographers and a painting of a snow-covered temple.
Warren Chang’s “Invisible People”; a group portrait of Black photographers from the Kamoinge Workshop; Park Dae Sung’s “Snow at Bulguk Temple.”
(Warren Chang; Anthony Barboza; Park Dae Sung)
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Images by a Black photographers collective, paintings by Korean artist Park Dae Sung and the California Art Club’s annual Gold Medal Exhibition make our July list of exhibitions across Southern California.

Check back here for weekly updates. And before you go, call or check online for reservation requirements and other COVID-19 protocols. Here are the shows that have our attention:

New and upcoming

‘Andy Warhol: Cars — Works from the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection’
Paintings by the legendary Pop artist are displayed with the vehicles they depict in this exhibit on view July 23 through Jan. 22. Also on view: “Ford Fever: The Deuce Turns 90,” classic and customized examples of the auto manufacturer’s famed 1932 roadster; “Bond in Motion,” featuring cars, motorcycles, boats and other vehicles used in James Bond films through the decades (through Oct. 23). Petersen Automotive Museum, 6060 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Open daily. $12-$19 (special exhibition fees vary); children younger than 4 are free; advance purchase required. (323) 930-2277.


‘Under Pressure: New Works by Bret Price’
Works by the Orange County sculptor are on view July 21 through Sept. 18. Muckenthaler Cultural Center, 1201 W. Malvern Ave., Fullerton. Open Mondays-Thursdays. $5.

‘At the Table’
The interconnectedness of food and community, before and during the pandemic, is explored in this group exhibition on view July 29 through Dec. 4. Armory Center for the Arts, 145 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena. Open by appointment, Friday-Sunday only. Free.

111th Annual Gold Medal Exhibition
This juried exhibition of more than 200 paintings and sculptures by members of the historic California Art Club is on view through Aug. 21. Bowers Museum, 2002 N. Main St., Santa Ana. Closed Mondays. $10-$15; children younger than 12 are free; advance purchase recommended. (714) 567-3600.

‘Asteroid Hunters 3D’
The origins of, and threat posed by, giant rocks careening around the solar system are detailed in this new IMAX film on view through Sept. 5. Also on view: “Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia” (through Sept. 5). California Science Center, 700 Exposition Park Drive, L.A. Open daily. Permanent exhibits are free; special exhibitions, including IMAX films, vary in price. Reservations required. (323) 724-3623.

‘Emotions at Play with Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’’
This kid-friendly interactive exhibit inspired Disney and Pixar’s 2015 animated tale is on view through Sept. 11. Discovery Cube Los Angeles, 11800 Foothill Blvd., Sylmar. Open Thursdays-Sundays. $13.95-$19.95; advance timed entry tickets required.

‘Working Together: The Photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop’
Images created by members of a Black photographers collective founded in the early 1960s are on view July 19 through Oct. 9. Also on view: “The Fantasy of the Middle Ages,” an exhibition exploring how iconic images and stories from the medieval Europe have inspired works of art through the centuries (through Sept. 11); “Silk & Swan Feathers: A Luxurious 18th-Century Armchair” (through July 31). Getty Center, Sepulveda Boulevard and Getty Center Drive, L.A. Closed Mondays. Free; advance timed-entry tickets required. (310) 440-7300.


The Getty’s “Fantasy of the Middle Ages” exhibition plumbs the intersection of medieval times and pop culture, from “Harry Potter” to decades of Disney films.

June 21, 2022

‘On the Red Carpet’
This ongoing exhibit has been updated with red-carpet fashions worn by Billie Eilish, Jon Batiste, Gloria Estefan and others. Also on view: “Y Para Siempre ... Marco Antonio Solís,” a career-spanning exhibit celebrating the veteran Mexican singer and musician (through Aug. 14). Grammy Museum, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., downtown L.A. Closed Tuesdays. $12-$18; ages 4 and younger are free. (213) 765-6800.

‘Life Cycles: A Bamboo Exploration’
This site-specific, immersive bamboo installation by Tanabe Chikuunsai IV is on view July 28 through Jan. 15. Japan House Los Angeles, Ovation Hollywood, Level 2 Gallery, 6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Open daily. Free.

‘Arte Para la Gente: The Collected Works of Margaret Garcia’
Paintings by the veteran Chicana muralist are on view July 22 through June 11. Also on view: “L.A. Memo: Chicana/o Art from 1972-1989,” works by influential L.A.-based artists including Carlos Almaraz, Patssi Valdez, Teddy Sandoval and Judy Baca (through Aug. 14). LA Plaza de Cultural y Artes, 501 N. Main St., downtown L.A. Thursday-Sundays. Free; reservations recommended. (213) 542-6200.

‘Black and White: Contemporary Art from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation’
Thirty artworks that are informed or inspired by the interplay of the colors black and white are on view through Oct. 9. Laguna Art Museum, 307 Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach. Closed Wednesdays. $9, $12; children 12 and younger are free. (949) 494-8971.

‘Jawlensky and Kandinsky: The Milton Wichner Collection’
Works by these two seminal Modernist painters are on view through Oct. 2. Also on view: “Loveline,” a group show examining the line between real and virtual experiences (through Oct. 2). Long Beach Museum of Art, 2300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach. Open Thursdays-Sundays. $10, $12; ages 12 and younger are free. (562) 439-2119.

‘Park Dae Sung: Virtuous Ink and Contemporary Brush’
Paintings and calligraphy by the self-taught Korean artist are on view through Dec. 11. Also on view: “Archive of the World: Art and Imagination in Spanish America, 1500–1800,” works illustrating the convergence of Indigenous, European, Asian and African art in the colonial era (through Oct. 30). Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Closed Wednesdays. $10-$25; ages 2 and younger are free; L.A. County youth (17 and younger) and one guest, free; free after 3 p.m. weekdays for L.A. County residents with valid ID. (323) 857-6010.


LACMA has built an impressive permanent collection of Spanish American art in just 16 years.

June 20, 2022

‘Surrealism Now!’
Works by contemporary artists inspired by the Surrealist movement are on view through Aug. 20. Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, 117 N. Sycamore St., Santa Ana. Open Fridays-Sundays. Free. (714) 667-1517.

‘Cold War: Soviets, Spies and Secrets’
New interactive exhibit opens July 4 for a limited time only. Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd., Yorba Linda. Open daily. $13-$23; ages 4 and younger, free.

‘Hiroko Yoshimoto: New Works’
Forty new works by the Ventura-based artist are on view through Nov. 6. . Santa Paula Art Museum, 117 and 123 N. 10th St., Santa Paula. Closed Mondays-Tuesdays. $3, $4; free for students and museum members.

‘Hammer Projects: Tita Cicognani’
This multimedia installation that features a working hot tub is on view through Oct. 9. Also on view: “Andrea Bowers,” the internationally acclaimed L.A.-based multimedia artist and activist is celebrated in this two-decade retrospective (through Sept. 4). UCLA Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood. Closed Mondays. Free; reservations required. (310) 443-7000.

A 25-year survey of the L.A. artist speaks to our conflicted moment.

July 6, 2022

‘Alexis Pike: Color Me Lucky’
The photographer interrogates desire, sexuality, gender roles and thrill-seeking in this new exhibit inspired by legendary daredevil Evel Knievel; July 2 though Nov. 6. Also on view: “California Stories: Photographs From the Stephen White Collection II,” exhibit celebrating life in the Golden State (through July 31). UCR Arts (California Museum of Photography, Culver Center of the Arts), 3824-34 Main St., Riverside. Open Thursdays-Sundays. Free.

‘Off Kilter: Power and Pathos’
Sandra Low, Keiko Fukazawa and Kim-Trang Tran explore sociopolitical issues in works on view July 22 through Sept. 4. Also on view: “The Lanterns: Photographs by Elizabeth Gil Lui” (through Oct. 23). USC Pacific Asia Museum, 46 N. Los Robles Ave., Pasadena. Open Wednesdays through Sundays. $7, $10; free for ages 17 and younger, and every second Sunday of the month; Thursdays, pay what you wish; advance tickets recommended. (626) 787-2680.



Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
The Academy’s shrine to all things cinema features exhibits exploring the art and craft of filmmaking, historic memorabilia including props and costumes, screenings, film series and more. 6067 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Open daily. $15-$25; ages 17 and younger are free. Reservations required. (323) 930-3000.

‘50 Bowls, 50 States, 50 Woodfires’
Nearly identical bowls crafted by artist Elaine Henry that were shipped around the country to be finished by different ceramic artists (through July 24). Also on view: “Peter Callas: An Enduring Legacy,” career retrospective showcasing the acclaimed ceramic artist’s Expressionist and abstract works (through July 24); “The Artists of Mettlach,” showcasing ceramic painters from that Villeroy & Boch factory (through July 31). American Museum of Ceramic Art, 399 N. Garey Ave., Pomona. Open Fridays-Sundays. $7-$21; 12 and younger, free; pay what you can, the first Friday of each month; advance timed-entry tickets required. (909) 865-3146.

‘Dress Codes’
Iconic western fashion, from blue jeans to traditional Mexican dresses, is spotlighted in an exhibit of clothing, textiles, art and artifacts. Autry Museum of the American West, 4700 Western Heritage Way, Griffith Park, L.A. Closed Mondays. $6-$14; children younger than 3 are free; reservations available online; walk-ups allowed. (323) 667-2000.

‘Parisian Ecologies: The City Transformed in Nineteenth-Century Prints and Drawings’
Vintage images of Paris; through Oct. 16. Also on view: “Helen Pashgian: Primavera” (through Dec. 18). Benton Museum of Art, Pomona College, 120 W. Bonita Ave., Claremont; open Tuesdays-Saturdays. Free; reservations required.

‘Takashi Murakami: Stepping on the Tail of a Rainbow’
Colorful paintings, sculpture, immersive environments and augmented-reality experiences created by the acclaimed Japanese artist are displayed in this special exhibit on view through Sept. 25. Also on view: the special exhibition “This Is Not America’s Flag,” featuring works by more than 20 artists including Alfredo Jaar and Jasper Johns (through Sept 25). The Broad, 221 S. Grand Ave., downtown L.A. Open Wednesday-Sunday. General admission: free; special exhibition pricing: $12, $18, free for ages 17 and under; advance timed-entry tickets required; no on-site standby line. (213) 232-6200.

‘For Race and Country: Buffalo Soldiers in California’
The history of the U.S. Army’s all-Black frontier-era regiments is told through artifacts, audio interviews, photographs, period uniforms, etc., in this exhibit on view through Oct. 30. California African American Museum, 600 State Drive, Exposition Park, L.A. Closed Mondays. Free. (213) 744-7432.


‘Tupac Shakur. Wake Me When I’m Free’
The influential rapper who died in 1996 is remembered in this exhibition featuring sound installations, poetry, personal effects and more; through Sept. 5. The Canvas @ L.A. Live, Georgia Street and Olympic Boulevard, downtown L.A. $19.50-$49.50.

‘Norman Rockwell in the 1940s: A View From the American Homefront’
U.S. military members, factory workers and others during World War II are saluted in classic works by the beloved American painter, on view through Oct. 2. Catalina Museum for Art & History, 217 Metropole Ave., Avalon. Open Tuesdays-Sundays. $15, $17; kids 15 and younger are free with a paying adult; advance purchase recommended.

‘Cheech Collects’
The inaugural exhibit at this new museum features highlights from comic and namesake Cheech Marin’s vast collection of Chicano art; through June 2023. Also on view: “Collidoscope: Einar & Jamex de la Torre Brothers Retro-Perspective”: multimedia works by the sibling artistic duo from Guadalajara (through Jan. 22). The Cheech (the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture at Riverside Art Museum), 3581 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside. Open seven days (closed Tuesdays in August). $15.95 for adults and $10.95 for students and seniors (include admission to the Riverside Art Museum); children 12 and younger, active-duty military and veterans and family members: free.

The recently opened Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art and Culture is an essential repository of recent art history.

June 21, 2022

Works by 12 L.A.-based multimedia artists artists are on view through Sept. 11. Also on view: the companion exhibit “Many More,” focusing on prints (through Sept. 11); “The Sum of the Parts: Dimensions in Quilting,” textile and multimedia works (through Sept. 11). Craft Contemporary, 5814 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Open Thursdays-Sundays. $7, $9; Sundays are pay what you can; reservations required.

‘Location Services: Jewelry Perspectives on Time & Place’
Pieces crafted by artisans Demitra Thomloudis, Kerianne Quick and Motoko Furuhashi are on view through Sept. 10. Also on view: “Tibbie Dunbar: Assemble,” small sculptures made from plastic waste collected on the streets of L.A. (through Sept. 10). Craft in America Center, 8415 W. 3rd St., L.A. Open Tuesdays-Saturdays. Free.

‘Experience 51: Time’
This immersive multimedia collage created by Rick Carter and featuring works by eight other guest artists is on view through Sept. 17. ESMoA (El Segundo Museum of Art), 208 Main St., El Segundo. Open Thursday-Saturday. Free. (424) 277-1020.


‘Light & Matter: The Art of Matthew Brandt’
A career survey featuring more than 100 photographs and multimedia works is on view through Sept. 4. Forest Lawn Museum, 1712 S. Glendale Ave., Glendale. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. Free.

‘Lonesome Crowded West: Works from MOCA’s Collection’
This exhibit interrogating the mythos versus the reality of the American West is on view through Feb. 19. The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, 152 N. Central Ave., Little Tokyo, downtown L.A. Open Wednesdays-Mondays. Special ticketed exhibition costs $10-$18 (advance purchase required; each ticket is good for a free second visit); children younger than 12, free. (213) 626-6222.

‘Assyria: Palace Art of Ancient Iraq’
Relief sculptures on loan from the British Museum are on view through Sept. 5). Also on view: “Persia: Ancient Iran and the Classical World,” royal sculpture, luxury objects, religious images, etc., on loan from museums in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East (through Aug. 8). The Getty Villa, 17985 Pacific Coast Highway, Pacific Palisades. Closed Tuesdays. Free; advance reservations required. (310) 440-7300.

“Persia: Ancient Iran and the Classical World” is the first major museum show to juxtapose ancient Iran with Greece and Rome.

May 27, 2022

‘Hidden History: Recounting the Shanghai Jewish Story’
The history of the Chinese city’s Jewish community is told through documents, articles of clothing and personal artifacts on view through mid-August. Holocaust Museum LA, 100 the Grove Drive, L.A. Open Thursdays-Sundays. $10, $15; students and California residents with valid ID, free; advance timed-entry tickets required.

‘100 Great British Drawings’
Works by John Constable, Thomas Gainsborough, J.M.W Turner, et al., drawn from the museum’s collection are on view through Sept. 5. Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens, 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino. Closed Tuesdays. $13-$29; children younger than 4 are free; advance timed-entry tickets required. (626) 405-2100.

‘The Condition of Being Addressable’
Works exploring the position and movement of body in public and private spaces are displayed in this decades-spanning group exhibition on view through Sept. 4. Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1717 E. 7th St., L.A. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. Free. (213) 928-0833.


‘BeHere / 1942: A New Lens on the Japanese American’
This exhibit created by artist Masaki Fujihata uses archival photographs and augmented-reality technology to retell the story of the U.S. government’s dispossession, relocation and internment of Japanese American citizens during World War II; though Oct. 9. Japanese American National Museum, 100 N. Central Ave., downtown L.A. Open Tuesdays-Sundays. $7, $16; reservations recommended, walk-ups available. (213) 625-0414.

‘Mammoths and Mastodons’
Fossils and exhibits recall the prehistoric mammals that once called Southern California home. La Brea Tar Pits and Page Museum, 5801 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Open Wednesday through Sunday. $7-$15; California teachers and EBT cardholders, active and retired military, and kids 2 and younger are free; advance timed-entry tickets required. (213) 763-3499.

‘Abuelita’s Kitchen: Mexican Food Stories”
This multimedia exhibition celebrating Mexican and Mexican American grandmothers is on view through Sept. 2. Also on view: “Cazuelas y un recetario: Family Heirlooms,” objects related to Mexican and Mexican American cuisine (through December 2023). LA Plaza Cocina, 555 N. Spring St., downtown L.A. Open Monday-Friday. Free.

‘Family Album: Dannielle Bowman, Janna Ireland, and Contemporary Works from LACMA’
Images by artists of color inspired by the visual language of family photographs will be on view through July 30. LACMA’s Charles White Elementary School Gallery, 2401 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Open Saturdays only. Free.

‘Andy Warhol: Selections From the Luckman Permanent Collection’
More than 70 works by the iconic Pop artist are on view. Luckman Gallery, Luckman Fine Arts Complex, Cal State Los Angeles, 5151 State University Drive. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. Free.

‘Old and New Dreams: Recent Acquisitions in a Collection’
Newly added pieces by Camille Henrot, Ian Cheng and others are exhibited with works from the museum’s collection; though Sept. 11. . Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA), 250 S. Grand Ave., downtown L.A. Open Thursdays-Sundays. Free; special exhibitions, $10, $18. (213) 626-6222.


‘10 Years’
The museum celebrates its first decade with the solo shows “Land and Image: Chris Engman 2002-2022,” “Debra Scacco: Water Gold Soil,” “Sam Comen: The Longest Shift” and “Super A: The Other Way Around” plus the group show “Human Natures” featuring highlights from the permanent collection, all on view through Aug. 21. Museum of Art & History (MOAH), 665 W. Lancaster Blvd., Lancaster. Closed Mondays. Free; suggested donation, $5 for general admission, $3 for seniors and students. (661) 723-6250.

‘Abstract Art Beyond the Frame’
Abstract works that offer shifting perspectives. Also on view: “Crack Rodriguez: Dream Team, an exhibit spotlighting the young Salvadoran artist and activist’s spontaneous performance pieces in public spaces (through July 24). Museum of Latin American Art, 628 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach. Open Tuesdays-Fridays. $7, $10; younger than 12, free; advance purchase suggested.

‘The Brain Without Organs: The Aporia of Care’
Neon installations and blacklight paintings by Warren Neidich are on view through Sept. 25. Museum of Neon Art, 216 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale. Open Thursdays-Sundays. $5-$10; ages 12 and younger and veterans, free.

‘All That Glitters Is Not Gold’
The dark side of the Roaring 20s is explored in vintage photographs, newspaper articles etc., on view through Aug. 31, 2023. Museum of Ventura County, 100 E. Main St., Ventura. Open Thursday-Sunday. Free.

‘L.A. Underwater: The Prehistoric Sea Beneath Us’
This new ongoing exhibit uses rare fossils and multimedia elements to revisit Los Angeles’ distant past, when much of the region was submerged beneath the Pacific. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, 900 Exposition Blvd., L.A. Closed Tuesday. $8-$17; ages 2 and younger are free; reservations recommended, walk-ups welcome. (213) 763-DINO.

‘Alternate Realities: Altoon, Diebenkorn, Lobdell, Woelffer’
Works from the museum’s collection that test the boundaries between 1950s-60s abstract expressionism and figurative painting are on view through Aug. 22. Also on view: “Richard Hunt: Details,” lithographs made by the sculptor during a 1965 residency at the Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles (through July 4). Norton Simon Museum, 411 W. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena. Closed Tuesdays-Wednesdays. $12-$15; students, active military and ages 18 and younger are free. (626) 449-6840.


‘Icons of Darkness’
This pop-up exhibition features props and costumes from classic sci-fi, fantasy, superhero and horror films, including the “Alien,” “Terminator,” “Batman” and “Harry Potter” franchises; through July 31. Ovation Hollywood, 6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Open daily. $15-$30.

Called Icons of Darkness, the museum represents a lifetime of collecting by child actor turned director Rich Correll. It’s part of Hollywood’s revival from the pandemic.

Oct. 19, 2021

‘American Artist: Shaper of God’
Newly commissioned videos and sculptures inspired by the life and writings of science fiction author Octavia E. Butler are on view through Aug. 20. The Gallery at REDCAT, 631 W. 2nd St., downtown L.A. Closed Mondays. Free.

‘Made in Plain Site’
Works created during happenings at the museum over the last decades are on view through Oct. 2. Also on view: ; “What would you say?: Activist Graphics From the Los Angeles County Museum of Art,” touring exhibit explores the use of art and design to promote social-justice causes (through Aug. 7). Riverside Art Museum, 3425 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside. Open seven days (closed Tuesdays in August). $15.95 for adults and $10.95 for students and seniors (includes admission to the Cheech); children 12 and younger, active-duty military and veterans and family members: free.

‘Going Global: Abstract Art at Mid-Century’
The rise of abstract art in the 1940s-1950s is examined in this exhibit on view through Sept. 25. Also on view: “The Lens of Architecture: Photography, Buildings, and Meaning” (through Aug. 7); “Greco-Roman: Visions of Antiquity in 19th-Century Photography” (through Sept. 3). Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State St., Santa Barbara. Open Tuesdays-Sundays. $6, $10; active-duty military and their families, and ages 6 and younger are free.

‘I’ll Have What She’s Having: The Jewish Deli’
The humble origins of the Jewish delicatessen in America are traced via photographs, menus, neon signage, etc., in this tasty exhibit on view through Sept. 5. Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., L.A. Closed Mondays. $7-$12; special exhibition pricing: $13-$18; admission is free for everyone on Thursdays and for children younger than 2 every day; advance timed-entry tickets required. (310) 440-4500.

The exhibition “I’ll Have What She’s Having” is a deep dive into cultural history and Hollywood connections, from “Seinfeld” to “Mrs. Maisel.”

April 14, 2022

‘Variations of Place: Southern California Impressionism in the Early 20th Century’
On view through Sept. 3. UC Irvine Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art (interim location), 18881 Von Karman Ave., Irvine. Closed Sunday-Monday. Free.


‘Riding L.A.’
The history of public transit in the City of Angels is explored in this new pop-up installation presented by the Los Angeles Railroad Heritage Foundation. Union Station, Waiting Room Kiosk, 800 N. Alameda St., downtown L.A. Open daily. Free.

‘Gosette Lubondo: Imaginary Trip’
The Congolese photographer explores past and present, the individual and society, the legacy of colonialism and the challenges of modern life in images on view through Sept. 30. Also on view: . UCLA Fowler Museum, 308 Charles E. Young Drive North, Westwood. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. Free. (310) 825-4361.

‘Sonic Terrains in Latinx Art’
Works by Latinx sound artists past and present are on view through July 30. Vincent Price Art Museum (VPAM), East Los Angeles College, 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez, Monterey Park. Open Wednesdays-Saturdays. Free. (323) 265-8841.

The Vincent Price Art Museum is showing work by 30 sonic artists, from punk band Nervous Gender to experimental composers Raven Chacon and Guillermo Galindo

July 15, 2022

‘Gwynn Murrill: Animal Nature’
A decades-spanning retrospective of the artist’s animal sculptures — in wood, metal, clay and marble — is on view through July 31. Weisman Museum, Pepperdine University, 24255 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu. Open Wednesdays-Sundays. Free; advance timed-entry tickets required.

‘The Medium Is the Message: Flags and Banners’
Government-issued flags and political banners from formerly communist countries are displayed with contemporary works in this exhibit on view through Oct. 23. Wende Museum, 10808 Culver Blvd., Culver City. Open Friday-Sunday. Free; reservations recommended for groups of six or more. (310) 216-1600.



11:08 a.m. July 20, 2022: This post has been updated with new hours and pricing information for the Petersen Automotive Museum.

1:37 p.m. July 19, 2022: This post has been updated to include new exhibits and to remove exhibits that have already closed.