More than 30 museums in Southern California will open their doors for free during the 12th annual Museums Free-for-All on Jan. 29.
Visitors will be able to take in art, cultural heritage, natural history, and science at 32 museums free of charge.
The offer is for general museum admission and does not apply to specially ticketed exhibitions. Regular parking fees also apply.
Metro has also partnered with the museums and will be offering additional discounts.
Here are the 32 museums participating:
One of our favorites on the list is the Petersen Auto Museum in Los Angeles that recently reopened after a $90 million renovation.
Auto enthusiasts will be astonished at the array of cars at the museum from models dating back to the early 1900s to the all-American muscle types and luxurious rides with fine details.
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Source: 32 museums in Southern California will be free on Jan. 29 | abc7.com