But don't just take our word for it--here's what some of the rest of LA has to say about the Miracle Mile ArtWalk:
The Miracle Mile Art Walk is a big walk, covering big art, but you can do it. No, seriously. A lot of the participating galleries are centered around the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, but the spread is wide enough to feel as if you've covered ground.... The spread of art styles/genres/themes is impressive, too....
Metromix Los Angeles
If L.A. had a Central Park, its lawns would be covered with this hood's eclectic mix of Angelenos. Come here with anyone old enough to enjoy a dose of culture. Offerings ran the gamut from "if you have to ask, you can't afford it" quality (Ace Gallery) to "you can ask, but you can't buy it" (LACMA)....This is an ideal family outing to convince any naysayers that moving to L.A. was a brilliant idea.
On the third Saturday of each month, the freshly organized Miracle Mile Art Walk features over 40 private galleries--from the mammoth ACE and the more intimate, cutting-edge Marc Selwyn to the neighborhood anchor of BCAM and LACMA--all easily accessible via free, continuous trolley service.
In the hub of L.A's most veritable art groove, the Miracle Mile Art Walk is the perfect event for art lovers who loathe being cooped up in stuffy galleries or wearing those ridiculous pre-recorded headsets they give you in museums. ...[T]here will be plenty of artsy people getting toasted and grooving to good music. And don't forget about the 40 plus galleries you'll have the chance to peek [into] as you choose.