- MOCA is easily accessible by Metro if you are open to public transport. They do have a few parking areas in the vicinity and you should be able to easily find a spot if the slightly tiresome upward slope from Metro to venue is going to pose a problem. If you do use Metro, you can get 2 for 1 admission by showing you TAP card!
- This location is on Grand Ave in Downtown L.A – there are two other locations: one called Geffen which is currently closed for renovation and the other inside the Pacific Design Center which is always free to visit.
4. There is little courtyard café called Lemonade right before you enter the museum in case you need to grab a bite. Remember though that there are food trucks aplenty right outside The Broad if you need another option.
6. Each hall is pretty open in its floor plan with lots of room to view each piece at leisure. My special place was the Rothko Room – I could sit there all day reading if only they’d let me bring in some hot chocolate!
8. The last room is a lounge area with a dual screen and some interesting clips. I won’t say much but the clip is about ten minutes so ensure you stay for one whole loop of it. You will recognize many on that show and maybe that will help understand more when you read the descriptor.
10. As always, remember to walk along the outside of the building. While we usually focus on what’s inside the museum, the building that houses the museum is a piece of art itself.