Los Angeles is the Entertainment Capital of the World, and you’ll find the Museum of Television and Radio at home in Beverly Hills. Showcasing the preferred mediums of the previous century, this three-level museum lets you re-live (or live) many powerful moments in entertainment history. Watch Neil Armstrong take the first steps on the moon, witness the Beatles play on the Ed Sullivan show and listen to Orson Welles present the War of the Worlds – in 1938. With seven galleries full of rotating exhibits, a working radio station and immense library of historical programs from television and radio, this historic museum truly highlights the power of entertainment and the role of Los Angeles in its evolution.
Much more than a gallery, Timothy Yarger Fine Art is home to a stunning array of exhibitions that feature artwork from some of the most famous names in the business: Picasso, Chagall, Matisse, Miro and Renoir, to name a few. Also showcasing newer local artists, exhibits on street art and selections from art museums from around the world, this amazing Los Angeles art gallery goes beyond the museum – you can actually buy many of the pieces on exhibit and get that Picasso for your living room that you’ve always wanted.