-Sat-Sun, 11AM–6 PM
-Closed on Monday, Tuesday, and all legal holidays
1717 E. 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021
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By Car: The ICA LA is accessible by the 5 and 101 freeways at Seventh Street.
Parking: Street and lot parking near the ICA LA is limited. View the ICA LA Parking Map for parking options.
Transit and Cycling: We strongly encourage the use of ride-sharing services, public transit, or cycling. To plan your trip by public transit, use Metro Trip Planner
Some suggested routes: MTA bus lines 18, 60, 62, and 720 at 7th/Decatur MTA Gold line at Little Tokyo/Arts District (followed by a 1.2 mile walk south on Alameda or 4 min. car ride)
Coat and Bag Check: We do not have a coat and bag check. Please leave large bags (including large backpacks and luggage) and oversized strollers at home or in your vehicle when visiting.
Photography: We encourage you to take photos while visiting the Museum for personal use, including social media, unless otherwise noted. However, the use of flash photography, tripods, and “selfie sticks” are not permitted. Videotaping is prohibited.
Galleries: We love art, and we know that you do too, but please, do not touch the art on view (unless otherwise noted). Youth under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Food and drink are not permitted in the galleries. Sketching is permitted with pencil only and in notebooks not exceeding 8 ½ x 11 inches (21.5 x 28 cm). In the interest of visitor safety, easels, stools, and sitting on the floor are not permitted. Please be mindful of your fellow visitors and restrict cell phone usage to outside of the galleries.
Smoking: Smoking is not permitted in any area of the ICA LA, including the Courtyard.
Accessibility: All public spaces at ICA LA are wheelchair accessible. Should you need further assistance, visit the Front Desk. ADA–defined service animals are welcome to accompany visitors.
Additional Resources: Exhibition and program related texts in Spanish are available to visitors at the Front Desk.