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Armand Hammer Museum of Art & Cultural Center
10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood 90024
310-443-7000 TTY 310-443-7094
Founded by Dr. Armand Hammer in 1990, the Museum
houses several collections of art: The Grunwald
Center for the Graphic Arts, containing over 45,000
works on paper, including prints, drawings, photographs,
and artists’ books dating from the Renaissance to the
present representing a diverse selection of artists
including Albrecht Durer, Rembrandt van Rijn, Ishikawa
Toyonobu, George Cruikshank, Paul Cezanne, Egon Schiele,
Henri Matisse, Jasper Johns, Kathe Kollwitz, June Wayne,
Pablo Picasso, Lorna Simpson, Kiki Smith, and Carlos
Almaraz as well as The Armand Hammer Collection of
Old Master, Impressionist, and Post-Impressionist
paintings, including important examples of work by
Rembrandt van Rijn, John Singer Sargent, Vincent van
Gogh, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, and Mary Cassatt;
and The Armand Hammer Daumier and Contemporaries
Collection, featuring the painting, sculpture, and
lithography of 19th-century French satirist Honore
Daumier and his contemporaries.
Admission: $5 for adults; $3 for seniors (65+) and UCLA
Alumni Association members; free for Museum members,
students with identification, UCLA faculty/staff, and
visitors 17 and under. Access for people with
disabilities is provided. Admission is free for everyone
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday,
11am–7pm; Thursday, 11am–9pm; Sunday, 11am–5pm.
Closed Mondays, July 4, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New
The Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center
is operated by the University of California, Los
Angeles. Occidental Petroleum Corporation has partially
endowed the Museum and constructed the Occidental
Petroleum Cultural Center Building, which houses the
UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History
405 Hilgard Ave.
The UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History exhibits
art primarily from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and the
Wednesday through Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. Open
Thursday until 8 p.m.
Closed Monday and Tuesday.
Admission is Free
Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden
405 Hilgard Ave. - On the campus of UCLA
Set on 5 acres of land in central Westwood, is one
of the most prolific sculpture exhibits in the country featuring 19th
and 20th century American and European artists such as Alexander Calder,
Auguste Rodin, Henri Matisse, Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Jean Arp,
Francesco Somaini, Claire Falkenstein, Gaston Lachaise, Jacques Lipchitz,
Isamu Noguchi, David Smith, Francisco Zuniga and William Tucker.
Open year-round with free admission.
Art One Gallery
1036 Broxton Avenue, Los Angeles 90024
A large assortment of art from
various artists for every budget and taste including,
Serigraphs, Lithographs, Posters, Vintage Artwork,
Sculptures, Photography, as well as original oil's and
watercolors. Art One Gallery can also transfer your
favorite art piece to wood or canvas to give it an
"original" look as well as provide unique custom
- 10887 Lindbrook Avenue (310) 208-4575
AMC Theatres Avco Cinema - 10840 Wilshire Blvd.
Mann National - 10925 Lindbrook Drive (310) 208-4366
Majestic Crest - 1262 Westwood Blvd.
Landmark Regent - 1045 Broxton Avenue
Mann Bruin - 948 Broxton Avenue (310) 208-8998
Mann Village - 961 Broxton Avenue (310) 208-5576
Avenue, Westwood 90024
The Geffen Playhouse is currently undergoing an extensive
architectural remodeling and renovation
process that includes renovating the main stage, building a
second theater, The Audrey Skirball-Kenis Theater at the Geffen
Playhouse, where new works will be developed for Los Angeles. The Brentwood Theatre will
temporarily house the Geffen's productions during this remodel.
UCLA Performing Arts Center at Royce Hall
Sunset Blvd. at Royce Dr. on the Campus of UCLA
Royce Hall was built in 1929 and modeled after the
San Ambrogio church in Milan. Royce offers wonderful acoustics in
an inviting venue and features performances by today's top musicians,
speakers, comedians and dancers.
Other Places to Visit in Westwood Village
Pierce Bros Westwood Village Mortuary
1218 Glendon Avenue, Los Angeles 90024
Phone: (310) 474-1579
Cemetery where some of Hollywood's legends have
found their resting place such as Marilyn Monroe, Natalie Wood, Buddy
Rich, Dean Martin, Carroll O'Connor, Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Truman
Capote, Donna Reed, Frank Zappa, Roy Orbison, Eva Gabor, Mel Torme,
Janis Joplin, Les Brown and George C. Scott.
An old school arcade.