Today Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Today Wed, Jul 24, 2024

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

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

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Every Other Wednesday

10:30 am

GETTY VILLA

Auditorium Courtyard
Join a 30-minute conversation to uncover the multilayered lives of ordinary people shown in ancient art. Arrive at the Tour Meeting Place up to 15 minutes before to secure your spot.  Details 

Daily

through Jul 29

11 am, 2 pm

GETTY VILLA

Auditorium Courtyard
In this 45-minute tour, experience storytelling through three distinct ceramic traditions. Arrive 15 minutes early to secure your spot at the Tour Meeting Place.  Details 

Weekdays

11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm

GETTY CENTER

Museum Entrance Hall
Designed and conceived by artist Robert Irwin, the Central Garden is the focus of this 45-minute tour. Arrive 15 minutes early to secure your spot at the green sign outside the Museum's front entrance.  Details 

Weekdays

11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm

GETTY CENTER

Museum Entrance Hall
Discover more about the architecture and the design of the Getty Center in this 45-minute tour. Arrive 15 minutes early to secure your spot at the blue sign outside the Museum's front entrance.  Details 

Weekdays and Sunday

11:15 am, 12:15 pm, 1:15 pm, 2:15 pm

GETTY CENTER

Museum Entrance Hall
Connect with treasured artworks in Getty’s collection in this 45-minute tour. Arrive 15 minutes early to secure your spot at the Information Desk.  Details 

Daily

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

GETTY VILLA

Auditorium Courtyard
Discover the rich mythological and cultural sources of the Getty Villa's gardens in this 40-minute tour. Arrive at the Tour Meeting Place up to 15 minutes before to secure your spot.  Details 

Daily

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

GETTY VILLA

Auditorium Courtyard
Explore the architecture of the Getty Villa and learn about daily life in the ancient world in this 40-minute tour. Arrive at the Tour Meeting Place up to 15 minutes before to secure your spot.  Details 

Daily

through Jul 28

11:45 am, 12:45 pm, 1:45 pm, 2:45 pm

GETTY CENTER

Museum Entrance Hall
Take a deep dive into a single artwork made during the Renaissance era in this 20-minute guided exploration. Please arrive a few minutes early to secure your spot at the Information Desk.  Details 

Daily

through Jul 29

12 pm

GETTY VILLA

Auditorium Courtyard
Explore Egyptian temple and tomb artworks on loan from the British Museum. Tours are first come, first served. Arrive 15 minutes early to secure your spot at the Tour Meeting Place.  Details 

Daily

1 pm

GETTY VILLA

Auditorium Courtyard
Explore the galleries and engage in group discussions of selected artworks in this guided 45-minute tour. Arrive at the Tour Meeting Place up to 15 minutes before to secure your spot.  Details 

Daily

GETTY CENTER

South Pavilion, Plaza Level
The life and legacy of the art collector and businessman who used his fortune to create an institution dedicated to the arts.  Details 

Daily

through Oct 20

GETTY CENTER

South Pavilion, Upper Level
Exploring the technical achievement and global reality of La Tour’s pastel portrait.  Details 

Daily

through Dec 31, 2025

GETTY VILLA

The Getty Villa
The achievements of Egyptian artists of the 26th Dynasty are vividly expressed in the sculpted portraits of officials associated with the court and priesthood, which were created to be displayed in tombs and temples.  Details 

Daily

through Jul 29

GETTY VILLA

Museum, Floor 2
Discover how painted ceramic vessels served as a dynamic means of storytelling in three distinct ancient cultures.  Details 

Daily

through Sep 1

GETTY CENTER

West Pavilion, Plaza Level
Drawings and paintings address the uncertainty of life and the necessity of adaptation in the 17th-century Dutch Republic.  Details 

Daily

through Aug 25

GETTY CENTER

North Pavilion, Plaza Level
Uncover what European medieval viewers imagined the world to be, revealing the thin line between wonder and fear.  Details