6. Feel nostalgic
When you come up the escalators to the first floor, it’s hard to miss the over-the-top, shiny bouquet of stainless steel tulips in bright colors. The massive sculpture is just one of the many iconic creations by Jeff Koons, known for his highly reflective, playful pieces that are larger than life. He takes symbolic objects like balloons that clowns used to make for you at birthday parties and blows them up into giant art that makes you giddy all over again.
7. Get political
Keith Haring, the artist whose work almost always had an underlying message (and expanded beyond the canvas), often tackled hot topics in our society like capitalism as seen in one of his untitled pieces at The Broad. Just look for the cartoon-like pig spewing money.
8. Find the 100-year-old olive trees
The 24,000sqft plaza adjacent to the museum features a grove of Barouni olive trees that also served as inspiration for Chef Hollingsworth and the rustic, wood fire cooking at Otium.