Places of Museums in the city of Los Angeles
he Museum features archival photographs from the silent movie days of motion picture production, movie props, historic documents and other movie related memorabilia. Also featured are historic photos and postcards of the streets, buildings and residences of Hollywood during its heyday.
Founded in 1991, the Korean American Museum is a one-stop information and documentation center regarding the history, culture and achievements of the Korean community in America. The museum has tastefully documented the story of Korean immigrants to America, and through discussions and forums, has activated people to think about the future of the Korean community.
Rancho La Brea is one of the world’s most famous fossil localities, recognized for having the largest and most diverse assemblage of extinct Ice Age plants and animals in the world. Visitors can learn about Los Angeles as it was between 10,000 and 40,000 years ago, during the last Ice Age, when animals such as saber-toothed cats and mammoths roamed the Los Angeles Basin.
The Leonis Adobe Museum is dedicated to restoring, preserving, and sharing the last of the old west.
While much of the collection is disturbing, the proprietors think of their museum as an educational institution, promoting an understanding of a part of human experience. Depending on the visitor's tastes, the friendly staff is equally happy to speak seriously about the collection, or trade tasteless jokes. Overall, this is a fascinating museum that, while not for everyone, will appeal to those with a taste for the unusual.