This Museum was outstanding in every way. The outside views overlooking Los Angeles were amazing. The physical buildings themselves were architectural a terrific and the Landscaping done outside of the museum was beautiful. The monorail system to get you from the parking area to the museum was very well run and got you there in minimal time. The artwork was very impressive and displayed beautifully throughout the museum. Parking cost $20 but there is no cost of admission into the museum.
I do remember there was a listing for Larchmont Village. Not sure where it has gone but seems like it returned. Certainly a very nice neighborhood. I mostly come here for Salt & Straw ice cream. There is Jeni's Splendid ice cream further down. Starbucks giving Peet's Coffee a run for their money. Wait until Groundworks finish building their shop. Always a few real estate companies to browse through listings. A few juice places like Kreations and Pressed Juicery for healthy drinks. Some people can say they like the small clothing stores here. I like to think of all the good food places that are in this small area. Larchmont Bungalow has closed but Louise's Trattoria is always open late. You can can get sushi to Mexican to burgers nearby. Spend the entire day here with different breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Just don't forget the desserts nearby too. Couple of places to stop by for reading material. Newsstand or book stores to read there or take for a coffee break.