The Broad, situated at 221 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012-3020, is a museum that was founded by two people who are not only influential in the art world but also have an investment portfolio worth tens of billions. The new contemporary gallery has been built and will be home to more than 2,000 works from modern artists like Picasso or Renoir—museums don’t get much bigger or better than this.

When the Broad opened in downtown Los Angeles, it became a hot spot for art lovers and history buffs. The new museum has been called “a beacon of light on Grand Avenue” that will bring culture to Angelenos from all walks of life.


The Broad is a museum designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro. It offers free general admission and the experience of art without boundaries, as you can see all around Los Angeles area. or even outside if there are special exhibitions on display. The Broad is among the most prominent museums in postwar and contemporary art, with over 2,000 pieces on display.

The Broad is a highly innovative and sophisticated museum, home to one of the world’s most extensive collections. Opened several years ago at 120k square feet ($140 million), it features two floors worth of gallery space where The Broad showcases their incredible works from artists all over historical periods- with admission being free. With its innovative “veil & vault” concept, The Broad has opened a 120 thousand square foot building that features two floors of gallery space. One side specializes in modern art pieces, while the other holds their comprehensive collection.

The museum is excited to offer online reservations now. This way, visitors can choose their desired date and time, avoiding long wait times during busy periods of the museum’s opening week or month-long waiting lists that may occur otherwise! Advance tickets cost absolutely nothing but have an entry minimum requirement – typically one per half-hour unless it sells out before then (which does happen). The Broad’s online reservation system is a great way to avoid the lines during peak times. In addition, visitors who want specific dates and times for their visit will find that advance reservations are available at no charge on this website – making it easy as can be.

This is also a great place to visit on the weekends. We highly recommend you buy tickets in advance so that your experience will go as smoothly and quickly as possible, especially if it’s going to be busy like during holiday weekends.

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