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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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  • Alice M 1 day ago

    SUCH a fun field trip! My kids loved loved loved it! I even had a great time. The artifacts, the history, and the wonderful David who showed my class around really made the experience one we will never forget! On top of everything, all of my kids have a hearing loss. David also uses hearing technology. Whaaaaat a great role model opportunity for my students. Thank you!

  • Kelly Novak 1 day ago

    It's a beautiful museum, but certainly not one of my favorites in the L.A. area. Mostly clean women's restrooms. People leaned over some of the exhibits too far to take pictures and set off the alarms a few times. Our toddlers did not enjoy this museum so much until we went out to the garden area. There were a few areas closed off due to renovations/upcoming exhibitions when we visited (4/10/18). free admission on the second Tuesday of each month free parking in their lot or the L.A. zoo across the street has overflow parking, but I'm not sure how much their fees are

  • Thomas Arellanes 5 days ago

    Odd Market at the Autry was cool. The museum had some galleries open during the market and they were amazing. Food trucks were great also. Will definitely be back every 3rd Friday til October.

  • Erica Washington 20 days ago

    Every year I used to take my fifth grade classes from the school where I taught. They always enjoyed visiting this museum as it fit so well into our Social Studies curriculum. The docents were amazing. On another trip, I even took my grandson to it. He loved the jail and the chance to ride a horse statue in a movie. I retired six years ago, but would recommend teachers experiencing this with their students.

  • Chris Banning 62 days ago

    This Museum specializes in Western themed artwork including paintings, Sculptures and Statues, drawings, and more. Fun place to go to see unique things and artwork. Lots of parking is available. Easily spotted from the Freeway and close to Griffith Park. Nearby is Travel Town where you can see large Locomotives on display and other train related things. I've been going there since 1959. Parking is available here also.

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