1. Venues

Autry Museum of the American West

4700 Western Heritage Way Los Angeles, CA 90027-1462 Get Directions


Located in beautiful Griffith Park, the Autry features unique galleries filled with paintings, sculptures, film memorabilia, photographs, historic firearms and so much more, all related to the American West. The Autry’s more than 600,000 pieces of art and cultural objects include one of the largest and most significant collections of Native American materials in the United States.

The Autry presents a wide range of events and public programs including lectures, films, theater performances, festivals and family activities. Autry is a place for the local community to gather and enjoy things like the American Indian Arts FestivalSizzling Summer Nights, Family Play Space and Native Voices performances.

Native Voices is the only Actors’ Equity theatre company in the nation devoted to developing and producing new works for the stage by Native American, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and First Nations playwrights. Over the past 30 years, Native Voices has become the cornerstone of American Theater in cultivating opportunities for Native playwrights.

Autry Museum is an educational institution that conducts research, provides academic scholarships and is involved in educational outreach. The Autry provides school tours and curriculum to local educational institutions, including Title I schools in Los Angeles.



Parking is always free at 4700 Western Heritage Way, directly in front of the Autry. Overflow parking is available across from the Autry in the L.A. Zoo lot for $8-10.

Traffic Alert

During weekends and summer months, the Zoo Drive exit from the I-5 can become extremely congested. As an alternative, exit at Los Feliz, turn left, and take a right at Crystal Springs Drive, which turns into Zoo Drive, or take the Griffith Park exit. The Autry will be on your right.