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  • 1

    The Getty Center

    155 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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  • 2

    Griffith Observatory

    157 reviews

    The drive up here is fun. The buildings are very interesting to explore and the view of the area are fantastic.

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  • 3

    The Grove

    125 reviews

    I genuinely like this mall as it's very clean and well maintained. As some other yelpers mentioned, it does have that Disneyland feel to it, which likely contributes to the overall charm and appeal. Complete with a wide array of shops including but not limited to Barnes & Noble, Nordstroms, and Apple, this outdoor mall has something for everyone. Now ...

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  • 4

    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

    100 reviews

    Great for children and Adults. Free Friday Night Jazz and Saturday night Salsa nights for families. Bring a picnic and sit on the lawn.

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    Hollywood Sign

    100 reviews

    I mean who doesn't go to LA and try to get some sort of picture of the Hollywood sign? Or make sure you take a road that will let you catch a glimpse of it. Sure you can't get really close to it, and that's a bummer, but I understand that they're trying to upkeep it and keep the integrity ...

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    The Getty Villa

    81 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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  • 7

    Walt Disney Concert Hall

    80 reviews

    Located 10 minutes from our property, the iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall. People travel from all over the world just to take in the architectural beauty of this cultural venue.

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  • 8

    Staples Center

    83 reviews

    Some really great performances take place here!! I'm fortunate to live nearby the area but also far enough away to avoid the events traffic. Parking can be insane, I would recommend reserving a spot in advance for a guaranteed spot and one that you don't need to circle around forever to find!

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  • 9

    Runyon Canyon Park

    63 reviews

    Great place to go for varying distances from beginners to more experienced trekkers. The sights of Hollywood from above can be quite beautiful!

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  • 10

    California Science Center

    52 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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    Griffith Park

    52 reviews

    at 3pm we were able to get a nice hike in without the sun burning us alive, and also since we live in a nice breeze was hitting us as we climb up a short cut route. That route felt like an endless stair master, my legs were like jello for about 2 days! Btw, careful coming down it ...

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  • 12

    Dodger Stadium

    60 reviews

    Inexpensive family activity, especially for the family! If you're okay with walking a bit, I would recommend with reserving a discounted parking space in advance so you can just pull up to it right when you arrive.

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  • 13

    Abbot Kinney Blvd

    48 reviews

    A few minutes from the Venice Canals, this is a hip street with unique stores and restaurants. Only a few minutes from Venice Beach. We love the upscale, creative and delicious "salads" from Lemonade at the corner of Abbot Kinney and Venice Blvd. They also make amazingly delicious stews….

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  • 14

    Farmers Market

    51 reviews

    I adore the farmers market! I can take or leave the Grove, but the farmer's market is one-of-a-kind and I hope it never gets demolished, because there is plenty of new construction in LA, but it's the historical places like the Farmer's Market that make the city great.

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  • 15

    Downtown Los Angeles

    52 reviews

    We just walked a couple of hours in Downtown LA. We saw Walt Disney Concert Hall and took the elevator in The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites. The elevator brings you to the 32th floor. Free attraction :-)

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  • 16

    Plate by Plate Los Angeles

    40 reviews

    A great line up of restaurants from Providence to Kali Dining and many many more. Definitely a must to go event for any foodies!

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  • 17

    Hollywood Boulevard

    50 reviews

    Dirty and poor, that's my memory from the famous boulevard. Daily time it has nothing to do with the glory, which every tourist imagine. Homeless lie around, boulevard and stars are spotted by oil, gums and who knows what else. Smell not good, looks not good. I am sorry that an illusion was killed. The municipality has to make some ...

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  • 18

    The Getty Museum

    39 reviews

    Very nice architecture. I also really liked the Ansel Adams and Hiroshi Sugimoto photos and the Hatched exhibition.

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  • 19

    La Brea Tar Pits

    48 reviews

    The La Brea Tar Pits has the world's largest and most diverse assemblage of extinct Ice Age plants and animals. While bones had always been visible in the tar pits their significance was not understood until 1901 when a University of California at Berkeley research team excavated the site. The research team dissevered that the tar pits contained thousands of ...

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  • 20

    Greek Theatre

    32 reviews

    Check out what is playing. Great open air venue. Bring a jacket, as the California summer nights can be cool.

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