Korean American Museum
Located in the heart of the largest Korean American community in the U.S., the Korean American Museum interprets and preserves the Korean American community's history, culture, and achievements; examines and discusses issues currently facing the community; and explores new and innovative ways to communicate the Korean American experience to other American communities. It honors the legacy and accomplishments of Korean immigrants and their families; documents their journey to contemporary America; and stimulates thought, discussion, and action regarding the community's future.
3727 W. Sixth St. (at Harvard Blvd.), Suite 400
Exhibits and hours vary; contact museum office for details (Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.)
Street parking (check posted signs); pay lot (no validation) behind the museum.
Admission: Free for museum members; non-members: $5/$3 seniors and UCLA Alumni Association members/free for UCLA faculty and staff, students with valid I.D., and visitors 17 and under when accompanied by an adult. Free admission for all on Thursdays.
For more information, visit www.kamuseum.org or call (213) 388-4229.
PLEASE NOTE: Details subject to change; please check with museum to confirm.