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Visitor Info
Address: 3764 Watseka Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90034

Admission Hours: Wed-Mon    11:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Your visit can take until 6:00 PM)

Closed on Tuesdays

Admission: General admission  (45 min)     $10.00 Guided tour             (60 min)     $15.00 The Krishna Experience (90 min)     $25.00


We take the Coronavirus pandemic seriously. As such, you will be visiting in a group private to yourself. Get your refundable tickets from our website to avoid handling money. Please kindly do not visit if, for any reason, you are coughing or having a fever, we tend to think the worst!

Contact: (310) 845-9333
About Us

Clay-work dioramas, augmented by advanced electronics, stunningly in display since 1977.

The Diorama-museum of Bhagavad-gita combines India’s ancient yogic wisdom and sculpture artistry with America’s state-of-the-art multimedia technology.
About the Book

Bhagavad-gita is renowned as the jewel of India’s yogic wisdom.

Indeed, no work even compares in its revelations of man’s essential nature, his environment, and his relationship with God. The Gita is considered the principle scripture on philosophy of yoga.
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Los Angeles Times

To sonorous narration and ethereal music, about 200 luxuriantly costumed, nearly life-size painted clay figures enact cosmic dramas such as reincarnation, wherein twinkly diode “souls” light up in sequence between figures of an old man, a spooky corpse and a pulsating pink fetus.
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LA Weekly

Through eleven dioramas, Krishna flutters about in disguise, at the reins of the senses, on the back of a Garuda — stunningly rendered and ornamented with lightning flashes, dramatic sound effects and a booming-voiced narrator who sounds eerily familiar.
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George Harrison

I thought it was great — better than Disneyland, really. I mean, it’s as valuable as that or the Smithsonian Institute in Washington. The sculpted dioramas look great, and the music is nice. It shows in a way that’s easy for even a child to understand exactly how the body is different from the soul, and how the soul’s the important thing.
The Gallery

The dolls were built by Hare Krishna artists of Los Angeles in late 70’s, using methods essentially the same as those used in India. The basic materials – bamboo, rice straw, various clays, and rice husk – are the same, as are the process of finishing, painting, and dressing the dolls.
Mission Statement

We are to propagate spiritual knowledge to society and to educate people in the techniques of spiritual life in order to check the imbalance of values in life and to achieve real unity and peace.

  • This is one of the most unique museum experiences you'll ever have. It is a true hidden gem of LA and you will be wowed by the incredible detailed craftsmanship of these dioramas lovingly protected and preserved since the 1970's.
    Megan M. - Yelp
  • This is a MUST see for anyone! The dioramas are absolutely stunning and the story that unfolds during the journey is fascinating, magical, and mysterious. Walking out, one feels an overwhelming sense of pure spirituality.
    B C. - Yelp
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