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ESMoA

Arts & Culture Playground

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El Segundo Museum of Art (ESMoA)

Ever wonder where the next big L.A. art enclave will be? You’ll find it here at ESMoA, El Segundo Museum of Art. The museum is designed as a world-class art laboratory that fosters experimentation and education through an artist in residency program.

The artlab anchors a downtown creative scene that includes industrial and digital artist studios from Smoky Hollow.

The Automobile Driving Museum

Ever have the urge to ride in a 1936 Ford Roadster? The Automobile Driving Museum is the only car museum in Southern California that takes you for a ride you’ll never forget. 

The Old Town Music Hall

Old Town Music Hall is a treasured cultural landmark located in El Segundo, California, not far from the Los Angeles International Airport. 

Since 1968, Old Town Music Hall has been showing vintage silent and sound films, and presenting live concerts by some of the world's finest performers of jazz, ragtime, and popular music from the past.

Silent films are accompanied by the Mighty Wurlitzer, a massive 1925 wind-powered pipe organ that has been meticulously preserved so that silent classics can be experienced with live musical accompaniment, just as they did when they were first shown. It's something you really have to see and hear to believe. 

Art Walk

The El Segundo Art Walk is a summer event that takes place the third Thursday of June, July, and August. Creative business open their doors for studio tours. Each unique venue acts as a pop-up gallery displaying original works from over 50 Los Angeles-based artists. With more than 70 participating business owners and artists on hand, the El Segundo Art Walk draws well over a thousand people to the Downtown and Smoky Hollow area.