When planning a group trip to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, California, consider outsourcing your transportation needs. Your group will thank you. There’s no need to worry about parking, navigating busy downtown traffic, or parking at the museum’s various locations. All logistics are handled for you when you book a Los Angeles bus rental.
The Museum of Contemporary Art was established in 1979. They are the first artist-founded museum in Los Angeles and are dedicated to collecting and exhibiting contemporary art. Housing one of the most compelling collections of contemporary art in the world, the MOCA has roughly 7,000 pieces for visitors to enjoy. Their historically-significant exhibitions are diverse and ground-breaking. The Museum collects, presents, and interprets art after 1940 in a variety of media.
There are actually three separate locations within Los Angeles. The main location is in Downtown Los Angeles. There is another location known as the Geffen Contemporary in the Little Tokyo district. This was meant to be the temporary exhibit space for the museum while the main facility was built, but still remains part of the museum system. The third is known as the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood.
If your group wants to experience all the Museum of Contemporary Art has to offer, you will want to visit all three locations. This can be difficult as a group unless you hire a Los Angeles bus rental company to get your group between the various locations. When you book a school bus, coach bus, or shuttle service to transport your group, there’s no need to worry about members getting lost in traffic between locations or parking restrictions in the bustling downtown area.
Because of its downtown locations, there are lots of other exciting attractions around the museum. A famous 19th-century Italian Renaissance building called the Bradbury Building is a hot tourist attraction. Inside you’ll find gorgeous skylit ceilings, marble stairs, and exquisite architecture. Walking tours are available as well. If your group is looking for more contemporary art, you’ll want to check out The Broad, a new contemporary art museum founded by Eli and Edythe Broad. The museum is free to the public and features over 2,000 works of art. Groups can reserve tickets ahead of time to guarantee admission during busier seasons.
Additionally, the Grand Theatre is also nearby. This renovated downtown movie theater is small enough that every seat is considered a “good seat.” In addition to movies, they also show ballets and intimate concert experiences.
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