Welcome back to LACMA!
Masks continue to be required indoors for everyone, regardless of vaccination status, until further notice. Maintaining some health and safety protocols remains critical to provide a safe environment for staff, volunteers, and visitors of all ages, including those with compromised health and families with children who cannot be vaccinated. These protocols are in place to help protect against the spread of COVID-19. Please read all guidelines below before your visit.
We hope you enjoy your visit!
LACMA provides Plan Your Visit information in English and Spanish.
Nahuatl and Zapotec, Indigenous languages spoken in Mexico, Los Angeles, and beyond, are also available during the presentation of the Mixpantli exhibitions.
Notice to all visitors:
LACMA’s health and safety protocols and processes are implemented for you—our visitors—and our staff and volunteers.
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and anyone with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.
Masks continue to be required indoors for everyone, regardless of vaccination status, until further notice. Please note: Effective April 1, 2022, the City of Los Angeles no longer requires proof of vaccination for museum visitors ages 12+.
Stay home if you are sick or have COVID-19 symptoms.
Do not visit LACMA if you or anyone in your party is exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19 as identified by the L.A. County Department of Public Health, which include cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fever, or chills.
Do not visit LACMA if in the last 10 days you or anyone in your party has been in close contact with or without face mask (within 6 feet for more than 15 minutes or any unprotected contact with bodily fluids/secretions) with someone who has COVID-19 or COVID-19 symptoms during the 10 days prior to your scheduled visit to LACMA, or if you or anyone in your party are currently under isolation or quarantine orders.
Planning Your Visit
Advance Tickets Required for All Visitors, Including Members
All visitors, including LACMA members, must purchase or reserve an advance timed-entry ticket online or by calling the LACMA Ticket Office at 323 857-6010, 10 am–5 pm daily.
Onsite ticket purchase is not available.
The following protocols are required for visitors:
Mandatory Health Screening
All visitors must pass a health screening prior to entry.
Face Masks Required Indoors
All visitors are required to wear face masks in all indoor spaces including galleries, restrooms, and the LACMA Store, regardless of vaccination status. A well-fitting medical-grade mask, surgical mask, or higher-level respirator such as N95 or KN95 mask is strongly recommended.
Face Masks Not Required Outdoors
Visitors are not required to wear face masks outdoors. Unvaccinated visitors are encouraged to wear face masks outdoors.
Practice Frequent Hand Sanitizing and Washing
Use hand sanitizer stations located throughout the campus and wash hands frequently.
Physical Distancing Recommended
Visitors are encouraged, although not required, to observe physical distancing indoors or outdoors. Floor markers provide guidance for distancing.
Traffic Flow Directions
Visitors are encouraged, although not required, to follow the traffic flow indicators posted throughout the museum.
Enhanced Health and Safety Measures
LACMA’s current health and safety protocols and measures are critical to providing a safe environment at LACMA for staff, volunteers, and visitors of all ages, including families with children who cannot be vaccinated.
Increased Yet Controlled Capacity
The museum is now operating at greater yet still controlled capacity, with newly increased numbers of tickets available per timed-entry slot.
Hand scanners are used to accept digital tickets. Present your QR code on your mobile device or a printed copy.
Enhanced Cleaning Protocols
Enhanced cleaning and sanitizing of high-touch surfaces and restrooms, including higher frequencies.
Upgraded Air Filtration Systems
Air conditioning systems have enhanced filtration installed with more frequent filter replacement.
Hand Sanitizer Stations Available
Hand sanitizer stations are placed throughout campus. Please also wash hands frequently.
New Gallery Guidelines
Drawing is no longer allowed in the galleries. Exhibition text is now accessible in the galleries via your mobile device. Look for the QR code as you enter. No brochures or other materials will be distributed.
Contactless Payment Required
All transactions on campus are touchless. Credit or debit card is required for all retail and restaurant purchases. No receipts will be distributed.
Oversized Bags Not Permitted
No bags larger than 11” x 14” permitted in the galleries. Bag check is currently closed.
Dining, Store, and Programs
Dining at LACMA
C+M Grab & Go, with a menu of coffees, teas, pastries, burgers, and light fare, is open daily, except Wednesdays.
Visit the Dining page for full details.
Ray’s, with gourmet farm-to-table cuisine and table service available both indoors and outdoors, is open daily, except Wednesdays. Reservations are encouraged.
Visit the Dining page for full details and menu.
Credit or debit card is required for all transactions.
The LACMA Store Is Open
The LACMA Store at the Resnick Pavilion is open with reduced capacity and physical distancing required. Credit or debit card is required for all purchases.
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.