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A Day at LA's Getty Center

If you've been looking for a fun way to spend a day off and you're tired of visiting the same old places over and over again, it's time you took a trip to the Getty Center in Los Angeles. The center itself resembles something from a high-budget blockbuster film and was built from the ground up over a thirteen-year period, having been designed by a talented team working under the supervision of renowned architect Richard Meier. The Getty Center is a great place to visit if you're in the mood to check out some breathtaking sights and panoramic views.

From the minute you enter the Getty Center, the adventure has begun. You're taken up a hill on an electric tram ride. As you travel along, you are made aware of how large the place is and the vast array of activities you can enjoy during your visit. There are a number of restaurants, research institutes and various libraries that are all open to the public, giving visitors a truly enjoyable day out. The famous Central Garden, designed by Robert Irwin, also lies here. There are a few institutes which are not open to the public, but you can still catch a glimpse of them from outside. The M. Williams Auditorium, known for its screenings of films and concerts is also situated at the Getty Center.

The Getty Center’s museum is one that you must check out. With a wide array of art including Renaissance pieces, stunning photographs and contemporary creations, this is something that every individual must witness while at the Getty Center, a tourist hotspot that has over 1.3 million visitors on a yearly basis and is known to be one of the most frequently visited spots in Los Angeles. The museum is undoubtedly the center’s standout attraction and visitors will be blown away by the paintings, sculptures and exhibits on display.  

The Getty Center was created to inspire the lives of everyone interested in the visual arts. It helps them learn, understand and experience works of art on a whole new level. The library at the Getty Center consists of over 900,000 books that are available to the public. People can easily educate themselves with the help of this vast catalog of books. There are also over two million photographs related to art and architecture to inspire minds of all ages.

There are also a number of exhibitions, scholarship programs and publications available at the Getty Center that help inspire people and encourage them to follow their dreams. The center is evidently an incredible location for anyone with a passing interest in art and has been designed with great care to inspire every visitor. Youngsters are particularly well catered for at the Getty Center and will be sure to leave with plenty of great memories and exciting ideas in their minds. So if you've got young children who are interested in art and architecture, the Getty Center is an absolute must-visit for your family.

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