Museum of Dream Space Discount: 35% Off – $27

Avail of Dream Space Discount Tickets and visit an Instagram-worthy museum located inside the Beverly Center mall in LA. Tickets to the Museum of Dream Space cost $42, get 35% off general admission using Museum of Dream Space Groupon discount of $27 for a weekday visit or $28.50 for a weekend visit. Plus, extra 20% off available on 5/10 with Groupon Promo Code SALE3.

Museum of Dream Space Discount Tickets
photo by MODS LA

Museum of Dream Space Los Angeles

LOCATION: Beverly Center, #656, 8500 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048

HOURS: Museum of Dream Space is open daily with the following hours –

Mon – Fr: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
PARKING: 

Museum of Dream Space is located inside the Beverly Center mall so you’ll be parking at the mall. To access the parking garage, enter on La Cienega, Beverly or San Vicente blvd.

Parking Rates:
$1.00 per hour for the first 4 hours
$2.00 each additional hour
$18.00 maximum


Museum of Dream Space Tickets (Full Price)

  • General Admission – $42
  • Kids 5 and under – FREE

Museum of Dream Space Discount Tickets

Ticket Deal: 35% off Tickets

A Museum of Dream Space Groupon discount deal is available for $27 to $28.50.

Note: No Museum of Dream Space Coupon Code or Coupon needed to avail of discount tickets. This post contains affiliate links.


Museum of Dream Space Beverly Center Los Angeles
photo by MODS LA

About MODS LA

Museum of Dream Space (MODS) is the first museum mainly exhibiting digital art in the United States. The design concept of MODS is inspired by art design from Yayoi Kusama (famous of infinite rooms) and the development of digital art. The aim of MODS is to provide an immersive, magical and unique art appreciative experiences to the visitors.

The splendid art journey MODS provides is benefit from the development of digital technology that releases expression from substance and creates an existence with the possibility for transformation. It enables complex detail and freedom for change. Before people started accepting digital technology, information and artistic expression had to be presented in some physical form. Creative expression has existed through static media for most of human history, often using physical objects such as canvas and paint.


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