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Autry National Center

Los Angeles, CA

(323) 667-2000

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4700 Western Heritage Way Los Angeles, CA, 90027
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  • Jose Chavez 1 day ago

    Great experience, great place to visit. What's even better, is that every third Tuesday of the month, the entrance is free, and free parking. Great, for kids to visit, with people helping you, and guiding you through the exhibitions

  • Voxinity 7 days ago

    It was awesome. I went there because I had an art class field trip and I loved it. The tour guides were super friendly, it was a really clean place and you really get to see beautiful sculptures and learn about the history of america.

  • Todd Peterson 21 days ago

    I went here for the first time last week. The Autry Museum is one of Los Angeles most hidden in plain sight treasures. I have been to the LA Zoo many times but never right across the street to the Autry Museum. The best exhibit at the museum is the old west saloon and gun and badge collection. It was awesome.

  • Theresa Ransdell 28 days ago

    It was my first time visiting this museum and I really enjoyed it. I was surprised there was more than just Gene Autry memorabilia. They had wonderful displays of native american art and clothing. The baskets are quite amazing what skill and patience to be able to craft something like that. The La Raza photo exhibit was very moving and very well documented. It's a little pricey for a museum, $14 for adults but they offer senior, veteran and student discounts so it wasn't too bad. It was a great way to spend a couple of hours with the family.

  • J N 80 days ago

    One of the best museums in the US. The text panels show how carefully-researched each exhibition is. There is a lot of variety in the artifacts on display. The facility is well-designed, accessible, spacious and clean. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly. The perspective here is inclusive and respectful to the many points of view of various players in the creation of the idea and reality of the “American West.” The exhibitions do not shy away from tough topics. And the graphics and displays help teach more than just basic cowboy history; details on the economics of being a cowboy and what their daily life on the trail was like are included. This is an outstanding place to visit that gives a great introduction to the unique culture of California. Do not pass up a chance to visit! This is a great place to take your family or just visit on your own. Entry prices are reasonable but there are many special discounts to take advantage of. We went on the 2nd Tuesday of the month and it was free admission! No charge for parking. Rental bike station at the entrance. And no charge for temporary or special exhibitions.

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