LACMA is open during construction.
Here’s what to expect on your visit.

We’re preparing to begin construction of our new building for the permanent collection—the David Geffen Galleries, opening in 2024.

Learn more about LACMA’s transformation and construction timeline.

Now open and on view:

Resnick Pavilion
Art of the Americas Building, Plaza Level 
Urban Light by Chris Burden 
Levitated Mass by Michael Heizer 
Smoke by Tony Smith 
B. Gerald Cantor Sculpture Garden

Also open:

Boone Children’s Gallery
C+M (Coffee + Milk) 
LACMA Café (now located on Smidt Welcome Plaza)
Ray’s and Stark Bar

Closed in preparation for construction:

Art of the Americas Building
Ahmanson Building
Bing Theater
Hammer Building
Pavilion for Japanese Art (temporarily closed for restoration)

Learn more about what’s on view and what’s coming up.

The subway is coming to LACMA! As part of the Purple Line Extension, Metro is currently at work on the Wilshire/Fairfax station. LACMA will be open during the construction phase. 

Please check back here for any timely updates about road closures or other Metro activity that may affect your visit.

Enjoy wireless internet access throughout the campus. Look for lacma-free-wifi in your settings on your personal wireless device.

Learn more about LACMA policies for visitors.