The English of the Getty Villa Museum is The Getty Villa. Its location is 17985 Pacific Coast Highway in Los Angeles, USA. It has just opened for a visit on June 5th recently and don't miss it for friends who want to go.
The Getty Villa is located at the eastern end of the Malibu Coast in Los Angeles. The Getty Villa is dedicated to studying the art and culture of ancient Greece, Rome, and Etruscan. The collection contains 44,000 Greek, Roman and Etruscan antiquities, all from 6500 BC to 400 AD. The environment is good, there is no need to buy a ticket, but the parking fee is 20 yuan.
Getty villa is much smaller than Getty center, only the display of Greek cultural heritage, but although the villa is small but very exquisite, the environment is beautiful, just next to Malibu beach, facing the Pacific Ocean. To enter the villa, you must make an appointment online, and each car will charge 20 dollars for parking and free of tickets.
In the eyes of most visitors, Los Angeles seems to be Universal Studios and Disneyland, and there is a place other than Hollywood that is not worth stopping. In fact, the Getty Villa and the Getty Center are the most worthy of appreciation. Since there was only half a day, and I wanted to go to Santa Barbara to see the sunset, I gave up the Getty Center, which is more inconvenient, and chose to come here. No tickets are accepted, but remember to book tickets on the official website or phone in advance. They only accept reservations, and there are almost no places for one or two days in the future. The reservation time period and the actual admission time can be slightly different, but Please try to be on time. The Getty Villa is actually a museum, an educational center and museum dedicated to the study of ancient Greek, Roman and Etruscan art and culture. The collection is amazing, with 44,000 Greek, Roman, and Etruscan artifacts from 6500 BC to 400 AD. The original design of the Getty Villa Museum is Villa Pabiri, which was a villa in the ancient Roman city of Herculaneum in the first century AD. So apart from the collection itself, the museum is a big work of art. It is surrounded by mountains and sea, with exquisite architecture and unique landscape. Because the bus came back for sightseeing along the road, the time before closing was very short upon arrival. Walking is not allowed to enter. There is a button bell at the entrance to call the shuttle bus up the mountain, although it is only a short 2-3 minutes away. , But also very strictly enforced. The collection is very rich, and the ancient Roman and Greek artifacts from BC are amazing. It is a good place worth spending at least 2-3 hours to appreciate.
The setting is very nice and looks very tall and luxurious, the area is also large, like friends can visit