The Annenberg Space for Photography features several powerfully-themed exhibits a year as well as photography-oriented programming, including lectures, workshops, master classes and family-friendly events.


2000 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067

See parking info on visit page for construction detours

Plan Your Visit


Wed – Sun:
11AM – 6PM
Mon – Tue: Closed
Free Admission


Tel: 213.403.3000
Fax: 213.403.3100

Admission & Location

Admission to all exhibits and public programming is free. The Annenberg Space for Photography is located at 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles CA 90067 at street level. Driving, walking and public transit directions are available through Google Maps.​ Get Driving Directions See PARKING below for important road closure and entrance information.


Annenberg Space for Photography

Wed – Sun:
11AM – 6PM
Mon – Tue: Closed


Gift Shop

Visit our retail gallery for a range of exhibit and photography-themed items including catalogs, books, gifts, apparel, jewelry and more.


Guided Tours

Enjoy a free 30-minute guided tour highlighting select works from the current exhibit as well as unique features of the Annenberg Space for Photography. Public tours take place Saturdays and Sundays on a first-come, first-served basis and are limited to 25 people. Please call our front desk for more information ahead of your weekend visit to check for tour availability.

Groups and School Visits

We request that all groups of 20 people or more make a reservation so that we can make any necessary arrangements and provide you with information you may need prior to your visit. Both guided and self-guided tours are available. Make a reservation for a group or school visit today. You may also contact


Parking can be accessed from Constellation Boulevard or Olympic Boulevard.

Wednesday – Friday before 4:30pm

$4.50 for three (3) hours with validation.

Wednesday – Friday after 4:30pm and all day Saturday and Sunday

$1.50 flat rate with validation. Please bring your parking garage ticket with you in order to have it validated by our staff. We do not provide validation for valet parking. Due to Metro construction, Constellation Boulevard will be closed East of the parking entrance to the intersection of Century Park East.

Accessible Parking and Access

All public areas of the Annenberg Space for Photography are wheelchair-accessible. Please park on Level P1 or P2 and take the elevator to Level ST. Exit the elevator lobby, turn left and exit through the glass doors towards the Annenberg Space for Photography. Use the ramp located on the left side of the building to enter. We have a limited number of wheelchairs available free of charge for use by guests. Please check with the reception desk if you would like to borrow one.

Bicycle and Motorcycle Access

For guests riding bicycles, motorcycles or scooters to the Annenberg Space for Photography, secure parking for your vehicle is available on Level D. To access this level, please enter the ramp via Olympic Blvd. between Century Park East and Avenue of the Stars. This is the only designated location to lock bicycles and park motorcycles and scooters.

Public Transportation

For those taking the LA Metro, lines that serve Century City include the 4, 16, 28, 316, 704 and 728. A variety of other bus lines also service the area, including the Santa Monica Big Blue Bus, the Culver CityBus, the LADOT Commuter Express and Santa Clarita Transit. You may also contact (323) GO-METRO or (323) 466-3876. The LA Metro Trip Planner and Google Maps can help you figure out the best way to use public transportation to visit the Annenberg Space for Photography.


Most visitors find an hour or two provides just the right amount of time to take in all that the galleries have to offer, but the building faces a beautiful grassy park, perfect for dining outdoors or soaking in some Los Angeles sunshine. Pick up a latte or meal at one of the nearby restaurants and cafes in Century Park. If your schedule permits, the Westfield Mall is just a few short blocks away. For out-of-town visitors, the InterContinental Hotel is within easy walking distance from the Space.