Los Angeles

Van Gogh’s Home in LA

Located at 6400 Sunset Boulevard, Lighthouse Los Angeles occupies the former Amoeba Music building. This iconic 55,000 square foot structure was the Hollywood home of California’s most famous independent music purveyor since 2001. Now it has been transformed into an unforgettable, experiential art venue featuring a 25,000 square foot exhibit space where the art of Vincent van Gogh comes to life all around you.

Emmy Award-winning and Tony Award-nominated set designer David Korins, known for his work on Broadway hits including ‘Hamilton’ and ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ has crafted unique and engaging elements that make Lighthouse Los Angeles a truly one-of-a-kind setting for immersive exhibits.

Things to Do

Click HERE to see some of the unique and unforgettable experiences you can enjoy at the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit in Los Angeles.

Van Gogh Paintings in the Area

Hammer UCLA Collection (3 Van Gogh paintings on view)
10899 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Hours: Thursday – Sunday, 11am- 6pm

The Getty Center (1 Van Gogh painting on view: Irises, 1889)
1200 Getty Center Drive,
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Hours: Daily 10am – 5pm

Norton Simon Museum (6 Van Gogh paintings on view)
411 West Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91105
Hours: 12- 5pm; closed Mondays and Wednesdays

Parking & Accessibility

Lighthouse Los Angeles has minimal subterranean parking on a first come, first served basis, with reserved parking for ADA guests.

Additional parking is available at the Cinerama Dome located at 1400 Ivar Avenue – across the street from the Van Gogh portrait mural. 2 hour parking is $15 before 8pm and $20 after 8pm.

Lighthouse Los Angeles FAQs

For more parking information, accessibility details, and up-to-date COVID protocols, click HERE.

“City of Los Angeles as seen from the Griffith Observatory at dusk, Los Angeles County, California, USA,” by Celso Diniz/shutterstock.com

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Lighthouse Los Angeles, by Nick Harkin

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