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    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.

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    The Getty Villa

    80 reviews

    An amazing museum full of ancient artifacts inside the many restored buildings on the property. The property and the view also provide an aesthetic experience that rivals the very art inside. Great food, reasonable prices, and a great way to relax within the Los Angeles Metro area.

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    The Getty Center

    153 reviews

    One of the coolest spots in L.A., the Getty Center sits up on a hill in west LA with views to the ocean. Even if you don't go inside the museum, it is worth the trip - the gardens are fantastic for strolling or laying in the grass to read a book. The architecture is stunning. All in all an ...

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  • 24

    Venice Beach

    174 reviews

    OK, so as someone who lived in Santa Monica for 5 1/2 years, I generally tried to avoid the Venice Boardwalk in my day to day life. But when people came from out of town, this is a must see destination. It is crowded with people - rollerskating electric guitar players, people in American Flag speedos with boa constrictors around ...

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  • 25

    Third Street Promenade

    91 reviews

    If you're staying in Santa Monica, you don't want to skip out on shopping! A short walk from Santa Monica Beach, Third Street Promenade is one of the trendiest, popular and large open-air shopping mall in the area! Filled with high-end boutique stores (e.g. Banana Republic, Kitson, Tokidoki, Louis Vuitton, etc.) as well as other stores (Forever 21) and restaurants. ...

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    Grand Central Market

    26 reviews

    DownTown LA foodie paradise!!!! My favorite place to lunch on weekends!!! There are two ways to enter so you could come from either side. It's also walking distance to grand park if you want to check that place out...they sometimes have some sort of festivals during the summer or near Christmas. The only downside is that the bathroom costs money ...

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  • 27

    Hollywood Bowl

    107 reviews

    LoVe this place! Great place 2 take your picnic basket & eat & relax all day long!

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  • 28

    The Grove

    124 reviews

    I love The Grove. It's a lovely outdoor shopping mall that's designed to feel like you're walking a cobblestoned plaza of shops and restaurants in Europe. In numbers, the shops are fewer than other large malls. But Nordstrom is here, and that goes a long way for me! I like that you can spend a leisurely day at The Grove. ...

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    Griffith Park

    50 reviews

    A tour of Griffith Park in the hills above Los Angeles is especially exciting when done on horseback. This is a great stop for animal-lovers on a tour of California's coast.

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  • 30

    LA Boulders

    15 reviews

    Adjacent to Little Tokyo, this gem of a place is located in the Toy District, East Downtown. I have to admit, it was a little scary driving here at night, but I was glad I made it! This place ROCKS! :) The staff is knowledgeable and super passionate about bouldering. They are eager to help, especially if you're new to ...

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  • 31

    Santa Monica State Beach

    85 reviews

    Great place to do yoga, partake in some people watching, running and eating!! This place has definitely grown on me.

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  • 32

    Magic Castle

    35 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 ...

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  • 33

    Wayfarer's Chapel

    9 reviews

    An amazingly beautiful little chapel right above the ocean. If you're passing by or looking for an architectural excuse to visit Palos Verdes, you have to stop by.

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    Walt Disney Concert Hall

    77 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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  • 35

    Angels Flight Railway

    14 reviews

    Cute little piece of Los Angeles history. It's only 50 cents to ride the shortest railway in the world! Plus, on one end is Grand Central Market (with AMAZING Mexican food stalls) and on the other end is the Watercourt Plaza with awesome restaurants like Starry Kitchen and Mendocino Farms.

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  • 36

    Seven Grand

    25 reviews

    I'm not a whiskey lover nor a hater (but leaning toward the hating side) but I LOVE their whiskey sour and mint julep! yummmmm I prefer sweet drinks that hides the flavor of alcohol. Whiskey sour is different from the other ones I've tried at other bars. It's fluffy on top cuz of the egg white and it's not disgustingly ...

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  • 37

    Hollywood Walk of Fame

    161 reviews

    I take a tour by Beverly Hills and the Hollywood sign and it was so fun, I walked by all the stars of my favorite artists and the best part of my stance there was spending part of the night at the Hard Rock Bar Amazing

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    University of Southern California

    30 reviews

    Bikeable, walkable and lots of outdoor areas to hang and enjoy the sun + friends. A big major plus is all the lush trees that adorn this campus. I loved this school as a student and I still do whenever I visit. The campus eats are getting better and better (a little jealous that we didn't have Lemonade when I ...

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  • 39

    Grauman's Chinese Theatre

    80 reviews

    Grauman's Chinese Theatre is touristy and cheesy, but it's still fun -- and I say this as a Los Angeles native. Spending even just 15 minutes trying to see how your foot size compares to Harrison Ford or Clark Gable is sort of worth it. I wouldn't want to visit all the time, but I like bringing out of town ...

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  • 40

    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

    95 reviews

    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is an art museum located on Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile vicinity of Los Angeles. LACMA is on Museum Row, and is adjacent to the George C. Page Museum and La Brea Tar Pits. LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States. It attracts nearly a million visitors ...

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