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The 30th Annual Museums of the Arroyo Day (MOTA Day)

Date
May 19, 2019
Time
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
museumsofthearroyo.com

Museums of the Arroyo
Experience art, architecture, family fun, music, entertainment and historical discoveries in the celebrated Arroyo Seco. Free shuttles connect all museums, so guests can park their cars once and see all.

The Museums of the Arroyo include:
· Autry’s Historic Southwest Museum (234 Museum Dr, Los Angeles)
· The Gamble House (4 Westmoreland Place, Pasadena
· Heritage Square Museum (3800 Homer Street, Los Angeles)
· The Los Angeles Police Museum (6045 York Blvd., Los Angeles)
· The Lummis Home and Garden (200 East Avenue 43, Los Angeles)
· Pasadena Museum of History (470 W. Walnut Street, Pasadena)

Where: The six Museums of the Arroyo are located in Pasadena, Highland

Park and Los Angeles. You can reach MOTA Day by bike or car, with convenient free parking at many locations including next to the Pasadena Museum of History, Heritage Square and the Los Angeles Police Museum; and by train, exiting the Gold Line at the Southwest Museum or Heritage Square stations.

Location

Los Angeles
Los Angeles, United States
Phone:
(213) 629-2787
Website:
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