Rainy day? Head to LACMA, it’s warm and dry!
Thursday is usually a day for trekking about the hills and dales of Los Angeles, climbing stairs, visiting neighborhoods and generally playing tourist in our own backyard. But when we get the rare rainy week, Thursday trekkers have to find alternatives–our museums! They’re indoors, comfortably heated and (for hikers) are luxuriously equipped with bathrooms and restaurants.
So we drove to LACMA, climbed to the second then to the third floors of the Broad Contemporary Art Museum. Took in no fewer than five exhibits, including Picaso and Rivera, LA Exuberance, Gifts, John McLauglin, Toba Khedori. Then went across the way to the Resnick Pavilion for German art.