Los Angeles has always been a postmodern city, and it is no wonder that the contemporary art trend has moved to LA for many years. The Broad Museum is one of those places where everything seems from another dimension, but more than that, it is an invitation to open the third eye and explore with our mind everything that cannot be appreciated at first glance. The Broad Museum is located at The Broad, 221 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012. You can get there by subway or by car. They have accessible parking only for vehicles that have the proper documentation about the disability.
General admission is free, so you can visit the museum without worrying about money. However, they are currently closed, but hey! Don't worry, the doors of the Amplio Museum will reopen on May 26, and from May 12 at 10 AM P.T., you can book your tickets (all visitors must book tickets, but they are free.)
They have exhibitions of contemporary art by renowned artists. In fact, each exhibition is worthy of admiration. In the Broad Museum, perception is not a limitation, and you will be pleasantly surprised to discover the hundreds of exhibits that the museum houses. My favorite exhibition by far was Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirror Rooms. If you go to the Broad Museum, you must do everything possible to enter this exhibition. The feeling is indescribable and unique. Keep in mind that tickets to this exhibition are limited, so I recommend you arrive very early so that you are among the first in line and do not miss this amazing experience.