The Getty Center is a world-renowned art museum and cultural institution located in Los Angeles, California. It was established in 1997 and is one of two locations operated by the J. Paul Getty Trust, the other being the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades.

The Getty Center is situated on a 110-acre hilltop campus in the Santa Monica Mountains, with stunning views of the Los Angeles skyline and the Pacific Ocean. The center features a collection of European paintings, drawings, sculptures, manuscripts, and decorative arts from the Middle Ages to the present day, as well as photographs and contemporary art.

The Getty Center’s architecture and design are also notable, featuring stunning gardens and outdoor spaces, modernist buildings designed by architect Richard Meier, and a tram that transports visitors up to the hilltop campus.

The Getty Center is free to visit, but parking requires a fee. Visitors can explore the galleries, attend lectures and concerts, and participate in a variety of educational programs and events.