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Attractions in Los Angeles

Experience a little culture on your gaycation.

The Broad

The Broad: a snazzy new museum of excellent contemporary art, built by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad. The museum, with FREE admission, is home to the nearly 2,000 works of postwar and contemporary art.

Will Rogers State Beach

Located off the Pacific Coast Highway above Santa Monica Beach, just south of Temescal Canyon Road

Tom of Finland Foundation

Art. Sexy art. Admire something special hanging on these walls at this gallery devoted to erotic inspiration.

The Getty Villa

Constructed to represent an ancient Roman villa, this museum focuses on the arts and cultures of ancient Greece, Rome, and Etruria.

The Getty Center

An architectural marvel, an expansive collection of Western art from the Middle Ages to the present day AND amazing views all for free.

M+B Gallery

Swoon over the painting, sculpture, installation or hottie that catches your eye at this small gallery.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Old art, new art, art art art. This museum holds the largest collection in the Western US and is much more than an afternoon’s worth of browsing.

Hearst Castle

At five hours outside of LA, Hearst Castle isn’t close, but it is spectacular inside and once you get there. You need tickets in advance, so plan ahead.

Griffith Observatory

Look up and see a sky full of stars; look down and see a city full of people trying to be as bright. Stop by and take a look at both.

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