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    Griffith Observatory

    152 reviews

    Since the observatory opened in 1935, admission has been free, in accordance with Griffith's will. Griffith Observatory is an icon of Los Angeles, a national leader in public astronomy, a beloved civic gathering place, and one of southern California's most popular attractions. The Observatory is located on the southern slope of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park, just above the Los ...

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    The Getty Center

    153 reviews

    Typical museums are not everyone's "cup of tea," unless there is something one really desires, target specific groups, or been forced to by a teacher to write a research paper about it. Getty Center is one of the few museums where it does not take a lot to make people come here, and they love it! The museum is more ...

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    California Science Center

    51 reviews

    California Science Center is located in Exposition Park in Los Angeles, established in 1951. It is the biggest science center in the west coast! Here is the list of exhibits in the center. Special Exhibits - Always something new. Ecosystems - Focus all aspect of live on Planet Earth. Creative World - Focus in structure and technology advancement. World of ...

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    University of Southern California

    30 reviews

    Absolutely beautiful campus! For anyone applying to college I would definitely recommend checking this one out. The university gets plenty of endowments so it's facilities are absolutely beautiful. But it also is not in the nicest part of LA

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    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

    95 reviews

    This is the kind of museum you can get blissfully lost in for hours. Even when I lived in LA, I never got tired of wandering through the exhibition halls, which are even bigger and better than before now after recent multimillion-dollar renovations. Personally, my fave is the low-lit Japanese art gallery, where you walk around a circular spiral stairway ...

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    LA Boulders

    15 reviews

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

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    Santa Monica Pier

    206 reviews

    Came here today for a gogobot event! Sad I missed it last year, but super glad they did it this year! Every Thursday this summer the pier will have live outdoor music until 10pm. People can show up early and claim a spot, picnic and relax. Booze isn't allowed, you ll see a lot of cops walking around during the ...

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    Museum of Tolerance

    15 reviews

    The Museum of Tolerance is an emotionally disturbing experience that every human should have. It delves into "man's inhumanity to man" and showcases the elements of racism, intolerance, and prejudice that have stirred wars, torture, and genocides in mankind's history. The most disturbing exhibit to me was the gas chamber replica, which had me sick to my stomach and shaking. ...

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    Third Street Promenade

    91 reviews

    They just finished the mall face-lift recently and looks great!

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    TCL Chinese Theatre

    6 reviews

    Much nicer than what I expected. They have one big theatre with comfortable seats. Bathroom is nice and clean. The entrance floor has a lot of celebrity hand prints going back to the 30's. The area is covered with tourist during the day. When you enter, the security isn't strict at all. The interior has few displays of the historic ...

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    The Getty Villa

    80 reviews

    I can finally say I've been to both the Getty Center & the Getty Villa. When in Rome, do as the Romans do - enjoy life in sculptured gardens around a breathtaking pool, with exquisite sculptures & architecture surrounding you as if you befriended Augustus Caesar himself. The locale is perfect. Cool breezes from the Pacific flow by you as ...

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  • 12

    The Grove

    124 reviews

    Minnesota is full of lies! The REAL Mall of America is nestled right in the heart of Los Angeles. The Grove, with its over-the-top opulence and unending maze of cashiers eager to take your money, is both LA and America condensed down into a single commercial real estate project. Mario Lopez films Extra here daily (Spoiler alert: He's tiny!), and ...

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  • 13

    Universal Studios Hollywood

    39 reviews

    Pro: + Good value if your local take advantage of the annual pass (except some blackout date) + Near Citibank in walking distance + More affordable food than Disney, one restaurant in the park even have Boba. + Lots of 3D Shows (Terminator, Shrek, Transformer & the Simpsons) + Studio tour is great if you want to see the movie ...

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  • 14

    Huntington Library Art Collections and Botanical Gardens

    85 reviews

    Great for the plant and landscaping lover. As you can see from my garden, you can count me in.

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    The Last Bookstore

    13 reviews

    Amazing bookstore that doubles as an art gallery in the heart of dtla! Must visit!

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  • 16

    Universal Citywalk

    41 reviews

    For shopping, nightlife, great eats and drinks, and live entertainment, CityWalk is the place to go in Universal City. Even if you don't go into Universal Studios park, this is a fun place to go. I love the Hard Rock Cafe, but they have tons of other restaurants - even a Tommy's Burgers, Subway, and Starbucks, among other more unique ...

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  • 17

    Museum of Jurassic Technology

    15 reviews

    The name alone should let you know this isn't your typical museum. It's hard to review this place without major spoilers, but the gist is this: what if you made a natural history/ anthropology /history museum, except all the "facts", events, and people within were totally made up? It sounds ludicrous, and yet it works. The Museum never admits to ...

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  • 18

    Sassafras

    2 reviews

    My first time at Sassafras will never be forgotten...if I don't remember certain things that occurred in there then I have a lot of embarrassing pictures to remind me what happened. This night was memorable thanks to all my close friends who came out to celebrate my early birthday. ALL the cocktails I've tried were delicious (except the one with ...

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  • 19

    A Day in LA Tours

    11 reviews

    SOOO MUCH FUN! Not only do we get to ride my first party bus, it's a RASTAbus! What I love about all the gogobot events are the themes. They make it super festive and it's so much fun to see people getting creative with their costumes. This theme was the Thrift Shop. I've never been on such a random adventure ...

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  • 20

    Secret Pole Dance Studio

    2 reviews

    Took a Friday first-time-student class with my friend last year. It was way better than the intro class I took somewhere in hollywood. The class is located behind the donut shop (you'll see a big sign that says "Secret Pole Dance Studio"). The classroom is clean and cozy with mirrors. If you're a lil nervous then there's some alcohol in ...

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