Things to do for LGBT in Greater Los Angeles 

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  • 21

    Lake Shrine Temple

    3 reviews

    A short drive up the coast you'll find The Lake Shrine on Sunset Blvd. near Pacific Coast Hwy. Closed on Mondays I think. The gardens are meticulously tended-too by the devotees, mindfull, loving devotional service; pretty cool

    Popular withSpiritualOutdoorLGBT
  • 22

    Harvelles Blues Club

    4 reviews

    The Toledo show at Harvelles is one of the best jazz shows I've seen on the west side. Amazing dancers and Toledo has the sexiest voice. His show is every Sunday evening and has been around for over 10 years!

    Popular withTrendstersLGBT
  • 23

    John Varvatos

    2 reviews

    The best converse designs for men! Really sexy clothes. If u pay cash, you only get store credit for returns

    Popular withTrendstersLuxuryLGBT
  • 24

    Venice Beach

    174 reviews

    It's artist/hippie neighbour hood if you love play instruments,and smoke weed is the place to be.

    Popular withLocalFamiliesLGBT
  • 25

    Rage Club

    2 reviews

    A crazy place to hang out. The key to Rave is to go early to avoid the lines and cover charge. It is hot, sweaty and plays fantastic music. Youngish crowd.

    Popular withNightlifeAdventureLGBT
  • 26

    Pantages Theatre

    44 reviews

    One of my favorite theatre with gorgeous interior. The best place to watch a show with mind blowing stage production. I saw the Lion King twice, Gravity(my favorite) and the Book of Mormon. All the seats are a great deal, but if you have a binocular, I would recommend bringing it to see more details on their costume and makeup. ...

    Popular withLocalDesignLGBT
  • 27

    House of Blues

    15 reviews

    Great music venue, especially if you get VIP treatment! I saw Cults here last week and I had an amazing view from the center of the upper balcony. The drinks were strong, the food was tasty, and the music was fantastic!

    Popular withTrendstersLocalLGBT
  • 28


    2 reviews

    A fun bar with great drinks!! The crowd was a bit older but had a really cool vibe. I will absolutely go back!!

    Popular withTrendstersLGBTNightlife
  • 29


    2 reviews

    My bar, your bar, or Fubar... It's a blast.! With Mardi Gras themed parties it's a must, and the very best 80's hits blasting I can't seem to remember why I ever stopped dancing' Fu is a gay bar, so I doubt many ladies will find their hubby, but will find a good time.

    Popular withLGBT
  • 30

    Sur Lounge

    3 reviews

    I really like SUR. It has a cool, sexy vibe, a lot of atmosphere and a bit of attitude. The snacks were yummy and the drinks were off the hook. This is the restaurant made famous by the reality show Vanderpump Rules. I can confirm that Lisa, Ken and Giggy were all there. Fun evening!! :)

    Popular withFoodiesLuxuryLGBT
  • 31

    Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

    2 reviews

    This is where EMMY winners and Academy members meet for red carpet events. There are lots of interesting things to see on the grounds.

    Popular withTrendstersHistoryLGBT
  • 32

    California Science Center

    51 reviews

    One of the highlights of the California Science Center is the Space Shuttle Endeavor, a must-see for science buffs of all ages. Be sure to plan a whole afternoon here so you and the family have plenty of time to check out all of the exciting permanent exhibits.

    Popular withFamiliesStudentsHistory
  • 33

    LA Boulders

    15 reviews

    Great bouldering gym in a cool spot in the art district.

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureLocal
  • 34

    Wayfarer's Chapel

    9 reviews

    Went here for a wedding of a friend of a friend. I don't know how much it costs to rent, but I'm sure it's a lot considering you are in Rancho Palos Verdes. Very small but beautiful chapel to have your service at, whether wedding or funeral. I could see both being done here. It's by the ocean, and the ...

    Popular withVegetarianTrendstersLGBT
  • 35

    Hsi Lai Temple

    15 reviews

    Easily one of the best buddhist temples on the West Side. It has amazing architectural design and layout that makes it one of the largest temples. Located snuggly fit on a hill slope right off the street makes it an easy place to spot and access. One of my favorite features of this temple is the blessing well found in ...

    Popular withSpiritual
  • 36

    Universal City Overlook

    6 reviews

    Off Mulholland Drive, this Overlook provides a gorgeous view of the East San Fernando Valley, Universal City, the Warner Studios and Burbank.

    Popular withOutdoorLocalFamilies
  • 37

    Walt Disney Concert Hall

    76 reviews

    The Walt Disney Concert Hall at 111 South Grand Avenue in Downtown of Los Angeles, California, is the fourth hall of the Los Angeles Music Center. Bounded by Hope Street, Grand Avenue, and 1st and 2nd Streets, it seats 2,265 people and serves (among other purposes) as the home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra and the Los Angeles Master ...

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  • 38

    Magic Castle

    34 reviews

    Exclusive private clubhouse mansion located in the heart of Hollywood holds numerous historic value from its resurrection to now housing The Academy of Magical Arts. This magical place houses magician from all ovrr the world to visit perform and lecture. With their own restaurant, bars and lounges you can run into anyone here. To gain access you must either be ...

    Popular withLocalHistoryNightlife
  • 39


    19 reviews

    I'm in love with their macaron ice cream sandwich! All of their sweets are cute and unique :) Their hand made ice cream is fantastic. I got the Grasshopper macaron ice cream sandwich (mint chocolate chip ice cream sandwich 1/2 dipped in chocolate). Tip: bring friends and get different sweets and share!

    Popular withFoodiesTrendstersBudget
  • 40

    Downtown Los Angeles

    51 reviews

    So much to do in dtla! Can't get enough of it! Aside from the nightlife bars/lounges, dirty dogs and restaurants/cafe's, there are more things to love about downtown la. Japanese festivals, Cinco de Mayo celebrations, art walk, BET, etc. So many fun activities happen, especially during summer. Free outdoor movie and free bootcamps at the grand park, ciclavia, cheap shopping ...

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