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20 Attractions to Explore Near Hammer Museum

Hammer Museum
Hammer Museum10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024, USA

An art museum and cultural center known for its artist-centric and progressive array of exhibitions and public programs. Particularly important among the museum's critically acclaimed exhibitions are presentations of both historically over-looked and emerging contemporary artists.

Nearby Attractions

The Fowler Museum
The Fowler Museum1.50 KMs away from Hammer Museum

The Fowler Museum explores global arts and cultures with an emphasis on works from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and the Americas—past and present. It is generally home to three to six art exhibitions and also acts as a venue for lectures on cultural topics, musical performances, art workshops, family programs, festivals and more.

The Getty
The Getty3.48 KMs away from Hammer Museum

Well known for its architecture, gardens, and views overlooking Los Angeles. The Museum features pre-20th-century European paintings, drawings, illuminated manuscripts, sculpture, and decorative arts; and photographs from the 1830s through present day from all over the world. The Museum's collection includes outdoor sculpture displayed on terraces and in gardens.

Getty Research Institute
Getty Research Institute3.52 KMs away from Hammer Museum

The Getty Research Institute , located at the Getty Center in Los Angeles, California, is "dedicated to furthering knowledge and advancing understanding of the visual arts". This centre features works of art dating from the eighth through the twenty-first century, showcased against a backdrop of dramatic architecture, tranquil gardens, and breathtaking views of Los Angeles. The collection includes European paintings, drawings, sculpture, illuminated manuscripts and so more.

Sunset Boulevard
Sunset Boulevard3.67 KMs away from Hammer Museum

A beautiful boulevard in the central and western part of Los Angeles. The boulevard roughly traces the arc of mountains that form part of the northern boundary of the Los Angeles Basin, following the path of a 1780s cattle trail from the Pueblo de Los Angeles to the ocean. It is a major thoroughfare in the cities of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, as well as several districts in Los Angeles.

Rodeo Beach
Rodeo Beach3.85 KMs away from Hammer Museum

Rodeo Beach is a wide pebble beach on the sand spit that separates Rodeo Lagoon from Rodeo Cove on the west side of the Marin Headlands in Golden Gate. This beach is unique among California beaches in that it is largely made up of coarse, pebbly chert grains, both red and green in color. The beach features free entrance, free parking, wheelchair-accessible public restrooms, showers, and picnic tables. Dogs are allowed.

Rodeo Drive
Rodeo Drive3.98 KMs away from Hammer Museum

This place is is a must for any visitor to Los Angeles who wants to walk the iconic streets and visit the famous storefronts that have been featured in movies since the birth of Hollywood. With more than 100 famous stores on Rodeo Drive comprising its three palm-fringed blocks within the Golden Triangle, it is easy to become lost in the street's unique splendor and charm.

Greystone Mansion
Greystone Mansion5.34 KMs away from Hammer Museum

Greystone is one of the largest mansions in Beverly Hills and an important landmark for American cinema. It became a city park in 1971, and was subsequently added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 as Doheny Estate/Greystone. The house and grounds are often used as locations for film and television shows. The house's descending staircase is one of the most famous sets in Hollywood.

The Museum of Jurassic Technology
The Museum of Jurassic Technology5.83 KMs away from Hammer Museum

This is an is an educational institution dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and the public appreciation of the Lower Jurassic.The museum's collection includes a mixture of artistic, scientific, ethnographic, and historic items, as well as some unclassifiable exhibits; the diversity evokes the cabinets of curiosities that were the 16th-century predecessors of modern natural-history museums

Downtown Santa Monica
Downtown Santa Monica6.85 KMs away from Hammer Museum

This is a worldclass shoppig, dining and entertainment destination located jus steps from the beautiful pacific ocean. It is home to hundreds of businesses catering to your every need.

Santa Monica Pier
Santa Monica Pier7.30 KMs away from Hammer Museum

Large double-jointed pier containing a small amusement park, concession stands, and areas for views and fishing.

Santa Monica State Beach
Santa Monica State Beach7.45 KMs away from Hammer Museum

A wonderful beach located just west of Downtown Los Angeles. The beach is two miles long, has a picnic area, shops and pier. Visitor activities include volleyball, basketball and a running strip along the beach.

Petersen Automotive Museum
Petersen Automotive Museum7.56 KMs away from Hammer Museum

One of the world's largest automotive museums with over 100 vehicles on display in its 25 galleries. The remaining half of the collection is kept in a vault, located on the basement level of the building. Age restrictions and an admission premium are in effect to view the vault collection.

Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier
Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier7.56 KMs away from Hammer Museum

Pacific Park is the family place to play! It's the West Coast's only amusement park located on a pier. Millions of visitors each year enjoy all the rides, games and fun you'd expect from one of Southern California's Leading attractions. There are a total of twelve rides in Pacific Plunge, including the world's first and only solar powered Ferris wheel that provides a view of the Pacific Ocean and a roller coaster that circles the majority of the park.

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
Academy Museum of Motion Pictures7.64 KMs away from Hammer Museum

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is the largest museum in the United States devoted to the arts, sciences, and artists of moviemaking.The museum is located in the historic May Company Building on the intersection Wilshire Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue. This Academy holds more than 13 million objects including costumes, costume sketches, film reels, posters, props, and screenplays dating back to 1927.

Public Art "Urban Light"
Public Art "Urban Light"7.79 KMs away from Hammer Museum

This is a large-scale assemblage sculpture by Chris Burden located at the Wilshire Boulevard entrance to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The 2008 installation consists of restored street lamps from the 1920s and 1930s. Most of them once lit the streets of Southern California.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Los Angeles County Museum of Art7.79 KMs away from Hammer Museum

Largest art museum in the western United States. It attracts nearly a million visitors annually. It holds more than 150,000 works spanning the history of art from ancient times to the present.

The Original Farmers Market
The Original Farmers Market7.80 KMs away from Hammer Museum

The Original Farmers Market has been Los Angeles’ favorite destination since 1934. With more than 100 old-world grocers, an eclectic array of shops and dozens of restaurants serving cuisine from around the globe in an al fresco setting. It features more than 100 vendors, including ready-to-eat foods, grocers, and tourist shops, and is located just south of Television City. The vendors serve many kinds of food, both American cuisine from local farmers and local ethnic foods.

Abbot Kinney Boulevard
Abbot Kinney Boulevard7.95 KMs away from Hammer Museum

Abbot Kinney Boulevard is a mile-long road lined with shops, restaurants, and galleries located in the southern part of Venice, Los Angeles, California. It stretches from Washington Boulevard to Main Street and is home to one-of-a–kind local goods as well as internationally recognized brands. The street has numerous international flagship stores, boutiques, art galleries, salons, and fitness studios. Abbot Kinney is also a popular nightlife spot.

Skirball Cultural Center
Skirball Cultural Center7.99 KMs away from Hammer Museum

The Skirball is a dynamic Jewish cultural center with exhibitions and programs that foster human connections and promote social justice.The center, named after philanthropist-couple Jack H. Skirball and Audrey Skirball-Kenis, features a museum with regularly changing exhibitions, film events, music and theater performances, comedy, family, literary and cultural programs. The Skirball presents a range of music, theater, poetry, literary, film and other performing arts.

The Grove
The Grove8.06 KMs away from Hammer Museum

The Grove is a popular fashion, shopping, dining and lifestyle destination with the best mix of retail, restaurants and entertainment in Los Angeles. It also features a large central park with an animated fountain designed by WET. Its music-fountain show plays every hour, though the feature has a non-musical program in between shows.