Attention museum lovers: SoCal Museum’s 14th annual Museums Free-For-All returns this Sunday! Enjoy free general admission to more than 40 museums of art, cultural heritage, natural history and science.
You can get fun giveaway items by going Metro to visit museums such as the Getty Center, Hammer Museum or Skirball Cultural Center. Note: offers are for museum entry and may not apply to special ticketed exhibitions.
Go Metro to avoid traffic and parking hassles and show your TAP card to get exclusive deals at the following locations:
- Skirball Cultural Center: receive a free bottle of water (Metro Line 234 or Rapid 734 to Sepulveda/Skirball Center).
- Pasadena Museum of California Art: receive a free Mark Ryden Poster (Metro Gold Line to Memorial Park Station then a short walk to Union & Oakland).
- Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County: fast pass for express entry (Metro Expo Line to Expo/Vermont Station or Expo Park/USC Station).
- La Brea Tar Pits Museum: fast pass for express entry (Metro Line 20 or DASH Fairfax to Wilshire/Curson).
- Museum of Latin American Art: save 10 percent on MOLAA membership (Metro Blue Line to 5th Street Station then a short walk to Los Alamitos/6th Street).
- Zimmer Children’s Museum: receive a free guest pass for a future visit (Metro Line 20 or Rapid 720 to Wilshire/La Jolla).
- Kidspace Children’s Museum: save 20 percent at the Busy Bee Learning Store (Metro Gold Line to Memorial Park Station then take Pasadena Transit 51 to Seco/Rosemont).
- The Getty Center: save 10 percent on any purchase at the Getty Store (Metro Line 234 or Rapid 734 to Getty Center/Sepulveda).
- Autry Museum of the American West: save 5 percent at the Autry Store on regularly priced items (Metro Line 96 to Autry National Center)
- Los Angeles County Museum of Art: receive a set of Urban Light 10th Anniversary temporary tattoos (Metro Line 20 to Wilshire/Ogden).
- Hammer Museum: save 10 percent at the Hammer Store (Metro Line 20 or Rapid 720 to Wilshire/Westwood)
For a full list of participating museums, click here. Here’s the Metro Rail map followed by the Metro system map.
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