Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Teddy & Nibs at The Getty Center!
September 29, 2009
The Getty Center is one of Los Angeles' most impressive museums. It sits on top of a hill behind Brentwood and is reachable by a nifty electric tram that Teddy and Nibs really enjoy riding! The center is composed of several buildings designed by architect Richard Meier who used Italian fossilized travertine squares as his main decorative element. The Getty Center opened in 1997 and is free to the public. Teddy and Nibs visit the Center once a year because it makes them feel like they're entering another world--it really takes you away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Follow T&N today as they show you around the incredible museum.