Advance tickets will be available on the museum’s website and its new app for the Sept. 30 opening
Photo: Joshua White/JW Pictures Academy Museum Foundation
Advance tickets for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will become available August 5 at 9 a.m. PT, the museum said Wednesday.
The Wilshire Boulevard museum will open its doors to the public on Sept. 30 and will be preceded by a number of opening events including a gala on Sept. 25. A planned April 30 opening was postponed over COVID-19 concerns.
“I know everyone involved in developing and opening the Academy Museum shares in my tremendous excitement at finally being able to invite the community in to explore our exhibitions and programs,” said museum president and director Bill Kramer instatement. “We are deeply grateful to all of our supporters who helped to bring us to this milestone and to the Hobson/Lucas Family Foundation, whose support in honor of Academy Museum Honorary Trustee Sid Ganis has made it possible for us to offer free admission to visitors 17 and under.”
General admission tickets for the museum’s exhibitions—Stories of Cinema, Hayao Miyazaki, The Path to Cinema: Highlights from the Richard Balzer Collection, and Backdrop: An Invisible Art—will be $25 for adults, $19 for seniors (age 62+), and $15 for students. Admission for visitors ages 17 and younger and California residents with an EBT card will be free. The Oscars® Experience—an immersive simulation that enables guests to feel as if they are walking onto the stage at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood and accepting an Oscar—will be accessed via a separate $15 ticket. A general admission ticket is required to access The Oscars Experience, the statement said.
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