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More Than 30 Museums to Participate in Annual So Cal Free-For-All on March 23

Spring has officially sprung, and it's time to get out of the house, away from your computer, and experience one of the many cultural institutions that grace Southern California. Even better: if you go on So Cal Free-For-All Day, Saturday, March 23, you'll pay nothing and learn something. The no-cost admuseums represent art, cultural heritage, film, natural history, and science.


Think of all there is to explore, with museums from the Inland Empire to Los Angeles to Santa Barbara. View the complete list of museums below and plan your visits now. This offer is for general museum admission only and does not apply to specially ticketed exhibitions. Each museum charges regular parking fees. For hours, directions, and other visitor information, consult individual museum websites.


Clockwise, from upper left: LACMA, JANM, the Skirball, and the Grammy Museum.



Museums are a Great Source for Family History Researchers


Museums are an often overlooked source for family history research. Some house genealogical archives, while regional museums exhibit a place's history and culture, including artifacts, photos, and items representing the region and its inhabitants. Ethnic and religious museums preserve the history and culture of regional ethnic or religious groups. Others are focused on industries, lifestyles, organizations, and professions, which will give you a better idea of how your ancestors lived or what they might have experienced.


The museums participating in the 2024 Free-For-All include:


 

**The Museum of Tolerance will only participate on Sunday, March 24.”

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