General Admission is Free

Some exhibitions and events carry a separate charge.


Onsite Standby Line

Museum Hours

The Broad is temporarily closed.


The Broad is committed to making its collection, exhibitions, building, events, and services accessible to all visitors. Please email for accessibility questions or assistance.

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Note to Our Visitors

While The Broad is temporarily closed to support efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we will be offering you ways to experience art and culture, to inspire curiosity, and to remain connected to one another during this period of collective hibernation. Follow us on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter, and sign up for emails with inspiring content and updates.

The Broad opened in September 2015 with the mission of making contemporary art accessible to the widest possible audience, and over the last five years, we’ve been astounded by and deeply grateful for the incredible enthusiasm and support you’ve shown us. 

We can’t wait to welcome you back to the museum, and we’ll keep you posted on when we will be able to reopen. We are wishing you all good health, and hope to see you soon.

The broad from home


The Broad is committed to inspiring and fostering an appreciation of contemporary art through our digital initiatives. Experience #TheBroadFromHome to find inspiration through music, poetry, performance, workshops, and conversations centered around the Broad collection.

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Directions & Parking


Parking is available under the museum. Enter on 2nd St. between Hope St. and Grand Ave. Rates are $17 for 3 hours with museum validation, and $5 for each additional 15 minutes, with a $27 daily maximum. There is a $17 flat rate after 5 p.m. on weeknights and all day on weekends. Bike parking is free and located on the P1 level. The garage opens at 7 a.m. and closes at 1 a.m. Additional parking is available at other adjacent garages and lots around Grand Ave. The Broad does not provide validation for any other parking garages or lots.

Accessible Parking

Accessible parking spaces for vehicles displaying valid, state-issued disability parking placards or license plates, electric vehicle parking spaces, and bicycle parking are all available on level P1 of The Broad's parking garage.

By Metro

The closest Metro line stop is located at the Civic Center/Grand Park Station, and the closest Metro bus stations are 1st & Grand and Grand/3rd. Metro Red Line stop closest to The Broad is the Civic Center/Grand Park Station.

The Broad, 221 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012

The Broad, 221 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Free Tours

Today's Free Public Tours

The Broad is temporarily closed

Group Visits

Self-guided Group Visits
Guided Group Visits

School Visits

Self-guided School Visits
Guided School Visits

For Families

Photo of a woman and a boy looking at a painting at The Broad together

For Families

Families Visiting The Broad

We are committed to providing a fun and engaging experience for your family and children of all ages with materials and guides created just for families and kids, tips for visiting (including a social narrative and additional details about artworks on view to help prepare children before their visit), and more!

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kids audio guide iconVisit our free mobile web app and listen to a free audio tour for families, Looking with LeVar. Narrated by award-winning actor, director, and education advocate LeVar Burton, this tour is fun for all ages. Look for artworks with this symbol to listen to family-friendly information about the work on the tour. All tours on the mobile site include audio transcripts.

the shop

Photo of The Shop at The Broad, the museum's gift shop

The Shop at The Broad

Inspired by The Broad’s renowned postwar and contemporary art collection, The Shop at The Broad (located in the southeast corner of the museum's first floor) features a unique, artist-driven array of products, books, and gifts at every price point, from museum-branded items to objects for the home to artist-inspired exclusives available only at The Broad.

More from the shop

The Shop at The Broad Hours

The Shop is temporarily closed to support efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

dining at otium

Otium restaurant next door to The Broad museum in Los Angeles.

Dining at Otium

Otium is a contemporary restaurant that draws from the rich culinary heritage of Chef Timothy Hollingsworth. The restaurant's name, Otium, has its roots in Latin, a word that is meant to emphasize a place where time can be spent on leisurely social activities.

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Otium is temporarily closed.

Know Before You Go & FAQ

Everything you need to know for your visit; from audio guides to Wi-Fi access, photography rules and how to reserve advance tickets.

Mobile App and Audio Tours

The Broad's free mobile app, available at, provides museum guides in Spanish, French, Japanese, Korean, and Mandarin Chinese, free audio guide tours, activities for children, and more!