LACMA Travel



Premium Travel Programs

Open to Curator's Circle supporters and above, this program takes patrons to international destinations. Itineraries connect with new developments in the art world, offer insights into LACMA's collection and programs, and give participants once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to learn alongside the museum's world-class curators. 

Upcoming LACMA Premium Travel Programs

China: Past and Present
Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong
Monday, March 13–Thursday, March 23, 2017
Led by Stephen Little, Florence & Harry Sloan Curator of Chinese Art and Department Head, Chinese and Korean Art

Join us on a fascinating voyage to Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Hong Kong, focusing on ancient and contemporary art and architecture. Highlights include: 

    • Tours of museums, accompanied by Florence & Harry Sloan Curator of Chinese Art, Stephen Little, including the Palace Museum (Beijing), Shanghai Art Museum, Aurora Art Museum (Shanghai), Shanghai MOCA, Liang Yi Museum (Hong Kong), and Maritime Museum (Hong Kong) 
    • Visit to the Forbidden City, a UNESCO World Heritage site, Beijing
    • Day trip to the Great Wall of China
    • VIP access to Art Basel Hong Kong Vernissage

$13,940 | per person (double occupancy)
$3,520 | additional single room supplement 

(Cost includes hotel, admissions, most meals, in-country transportation including air transport to Hong Kong, and a minimum $1,000 fully tax-deductible donation to LACMA. Excludes international airfare.)

Guadalajara: Architecture and Design

Sunday, January 22–Thursday, January 26, 2017
Led by Wendy Kaplan, Curator and Department Head, Decorative Arts and Design

Explore the city's illustrious past and vibrant present, with a focus on 20th and 21st century architecture and design. Highlights include:

    • Architectural walking tour of buildings in Colonia Lafayette by the Escuela Tapatía: Luis Barragán, Pedro Castellanos, and Ignacio Díaz Morales
    • Guided visit of Casa Zuno, historic home of José Guadalupe Zuno, founder of the University of Guadalajara
    • Private guided tour of Hospicio Cabañas, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and location of one of José Clemente Orozco's most famous murals
    • Visit to legendary Taller de Gobelinos (Gobelins Workshop), where artists like Dr Lakra, Gabriel Kuri, Jorge Pardo, and Christian Jankowski produce

$3,769 | per person (double occupancy)
$481 | additional single room supplement

(Cost includes hotel, admissions, all meals, in-country transportation, and a minimum $500 fully tax-deductible donation to LACMA. Excludes international airfare.)


LACMA Travel Programs

Open to supporters at the Partner level, plus members of any Art Councils, Avant-Garde, and higher, this program features domestic destinations selected to broaden participants' knowledge and understanding of international and American art.

Upcoming LACMA Travel Programs

San Francisco: Art and Activism
Thursday, March 23–Sunday, March 26, 2017
Led by Christine Y. Kim, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, and Rebecca Morse, Associate Curator, Wallis Annenberg Photography Department

Join two of LACMA's distinguished curators in San Francisco, a city that has long been recognized as one at the forefront of civil rights, activism, and innovation. Highlights include:

    • Collection visits with top art collectors in San Francisco
    • Curator-led tours of major museums throughout the city
    • Artists studio visits
    • Visits to leading galleries
    • Dining at award-winning restaurants

$2,960 | per person (double occupancy)
$725 | additional single room supplement

(Cost includes hotel, admissions, most meals, ground transportation, and a $250 fully tax-deductible donation to LACMA. Excludes airfare.)

For more information: 323 932-5835 |