The Broad is going to get a whole lot easier to get into (hopefully) thanks to a revamped ticketing schedule which means plenty more opportunities to fill your Insta-feed and create some seriously ironic (or is it iconic?) Snaps.
With tons of free exhibits by popular artists such as Warhol, Koons, Haring, Lichtenstein, and more, it’s no wonder The Broad usually “sells” out months ahead of time.
According to the L.A. Times, the wait for the standby line takes about 45-minutes on weekdays and up to twice as long on weekends.
All that is going to change soon though, as The Broad announced Tuesday that a new ticketing schedule will be released to help alleviate some of the headache to get tickets.
Beginning May 1 at noon PT, advance admission tickets will be released online on the first of each month for the following month (e.g., on May 1, tickets for June will be released; on June 1, tickets for July will be released, etc.).
This summer, the Broad will feature a collection of works by Cindy Sherman—their first special exhibition that requires paid admission.
Tickets to Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life will be $12 for adults and free for visitors 17 and under, and special exhibition tickets will also include access to the full museum.
Oh, and just an FYI for those still waiting to see the Infinity Mirrored Room, the exhibit will be on view through fall 2016.