LACMA (Los Angeles County Art Museum) features a large collection of art from places such as Greece, Rome, Latin America, and Asia. Ancient, modern, and contemporary art is all housed at the museum giving LACMA a broad range of subjects and periods in their collection.

The architecture of LACMA is particularly impressive. There are several sections of the museum including the 45,000 square ft. Resnick Exhibition Pavilion, the Pavilion for Japanese Art, and the Broad Museum of Contemporary Art. One of the best aspects of LACMA is that its architecture is both artistic and functional. These buildings are not only glamorous structures on the outside, but also built in such a way as to provide excellent lighting and space for the collection inside.