With spring on the horizon and the sun finally crawling its way through the gloom, we snatched up the opportunity to trek up the Santa Monica Mountains to the Getty Center and fill our lungs with fresh air and our eyes with elite views.
With a revolving door of exhibitions sure to keep you coming back for future visits, we were lucky to check out their latest, Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China’s Silk Road.
As you should expect, our good friend the G Pen Elite fully enhanced the entire experience.
Hoards of Pre-20th-Century European paintings, a mind-blowing photography archive, a Central Garden that will quickly have you never wanting to leave, all wrapped up in a building design (by Richard Meier) setting an almost unreachable bar for museum experiences in Los Angeles.
Even with that infamous layer of LA smog, the views from the top are still completely stunning.
500 plant species in the Central Garden to keep you mesmerized.