Today Saturday, February 24, 2018

Today Sat, Feb 24, 2018

The Getty Center is open today. Admission is free, no ticket required.The Getty Center is closed today.

The Getty Villa is open today. Admission is free, but an advance, timed-entry ticket is required.The Getty Villa is closed today.

Get free tickets to the Getty Villa

Saturday

FEB 24

7:30 pm

GETTY CENTER

Artists and composers evoke, imitate, mock, or pay tribute to animals.  Details 

Saturday

FEB 24

1 pm

GETTY VILLA

Classicist Joy Connolly discusses how the Roman example can help resolve contemporary political struggles.  Details 

Daily

through Feb 28, 2019

10:15 am, 1:15 pm, 3 pm, 4 pm

GETTY CENTER

Discover more about Richard Meier's architecture and the design of the Getty Center site in this 45-minute tour.  Details 

Thursdays, Saturdays

10:30 am, 11:30 am, 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm

GETTY VILLA

Discover the rich mythological and cultural connections of ancient flora in this 40-minute tour of the Getty Villa's gardens.  Details 

Daily

10:30 am, 11:30 am, 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm, 3:30 pm

GETTY VILLA

Explore the architecture of the Getty Villa and learn more about daily life in the ancient world in this 40-minute tour.  Details 

Daily

through Apr 8

11 am

GETTY CENTER

This one-hour tour provides an overview of major works from the Museum's collection.  Details 

Saturdays, Sundays

through Apr 15

11 am, 1 pm

GETTY VILLA

This 50-minute tour provides an overview of major works from the Museum's collection.  Details 

Daily

through Apr 16

11 am, 1 pm

GETTY VILLA

Discover the richness of ancient art in this 20-minute gallery talk that looks in depth at a major work in the Museum's collection.  Details 

Daily

through Apr 29

11 am, 2 pm

GETTY CENTER

Explore the legacy of the Getty Center's groundbreaking architecture from concept to construction to its opening in 1997.  Details 

Daily

through Apr 22

11:30 am, 2:30 pm

GETTY CENTER

A 15-minute tour of Michelangelo to Degas: Major New Acquisitions.  Details 

Daily

through Apr 16

12 pm

GETTY VILLA

Discover the richness of ancient art in this 20-minute gallery tour that looks in depth at a major work in the Museum's collection.  Details 

Saturdays

1 pm - 3 pm

GETTY VILLA

A sweet and savory menu inspired by the ancient Mediterranean.  Details 

Daily

through Apr 29

1 pm

GETTY CENTER

This one-hour tour focuses on how the Museum's collection has evolved over the last two decades.  Details 

Daily

through Apr 8

2 pm, 4:30 pm

GETTY CENTER

Explore the Getty’s collection of 19th-century paintings by artists such as Millet, Monet, and Van Gogh in this one-hour tour.  Details 

Thursdays, Saturdays

2:30 pm

GETTY VILLA

Discover the rich mythological and cultural connections of ancient flora in this 40-minute tour of the Getty Villa's gardens.  Details 

Saturday

FEB 24

1 pm - 3 pm

GETTY CENTER

Paper and Light

Artist at Work

Drop by as photographer Luther Gerlach explores the art and science of early photography while demonstrating a variety of 19th-century...  Details 

Daily

GETTY CENTER

Drawn from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s superb collection, this installation features a selection of marble and bronze works.  Details 

Daily

through May 6

GETTY CENTER

Behind-the-scenes views of the inaugural 1997 installation of the Museum's painting, sculpture, and decorative arts galleries.  Details 

Daily

through Jul 29

GETTY CENTER

This installation explores the piecing together of eighteenth-century pastels from multiple sheets of paper.  Details 

Daily

through Apr 22

GETTY CENTER

The Museum recently made one of the most spectacular acquisitions in its history, purchasing a collection of sixteen drawings from a...  Details 

Daily

through Jan 6, 2019

GETTY CENTER

Rarely exhibited Japanese lacquer boxes from the collection of Marie-Antoinette.  Details 

Daily

through Apr 8

GETTY CENTER

Medieval manuscripts reveal sinister attitudes toward difference—racial, religious, sexual, and social.  Details 

Daily

through May 6

GETTY CENTER

The life and career of the quintessential exhibition maker, exploring a surprising series of thematic interests: avant-gardes, utopias and visionaries, geographies, and grandfathers.  Details