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By playing Getty Games, your child can explore famous art which is found at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

A variety of simple games provides relaxed fun while learning. Activities include searching for picture details in Detail Detective, looking for matching cards in Match Madness, and discovering tricky mismatches in Switch, and doing Jigsaw Puzzles with a choice of large or small pieces.

Game instructions are easy to find by clicking on the ? icons. Also, your child can learn more about the artwork in the games by clicking on the book icons.

This website also has downloadable instructions for children to create works of art on bookmarks, masks, and more.

The Getty Museum is an arts and educational museum. It includes the Getty Center with both modern and ancient art and the Getty Villa with ancient Greek and Roman art. Getty Games has a link to help you plan a visit to the Getty Museum.

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