Museum Companion to Los Angeles



5.0 out of 5 starsnobody does it better, June 30, 2011

By reader from Indiana - See all my reviews


This book is thorough and well written, with fine pictures. Its best feature is that it is organized by specific parts of town, showing museum locations in the area on a map, then describing each place in detail. You can figure out how much time to spend in Pasadena, for example, based on your particular interests. Although I focus on art museums, I like to visit great architecture as well and this book makes it easy to pick and choose. I have used hundreds of travel books over the decades I spent in the travel industry, and this makes my top ten list. I wish every major city had a guide book this intelligent. And by the way, the best country guide book I have ever used would be Turkey-a travel survival kit (Lonely Planet) by Tom Brosnahan. Nobody does it better than these two guys! []


5.0 out of 5 starsA must for any history buff who will soon find themselves in the Los Angeles area, May 7, 2011

By Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA) - See all my reviews


The art and relics of history can prove to quite intriguing to the history buff. "Museum Companion to Los Angeles" is a guide to the museums and similar attractions throughout Los Angeles, as Borislav Stanic shows what these facilities have to offer in full color, showing where to find them with ease and more. Organized well for ease of use, "Museum Companion to Los Angeles" is a must for any history buff who will soon find themselves in the Los Angeles area. []





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