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  • 1

    The Getty Center

    155 reviews

    A fantastic museum! Between the permanent collection and the rotating exhibits, you absolutely cant go wrong. Plus some phenomenal view for photo ops as you walk around the center and the gardens because the views are incredible...from everywhere! The architecture of the building are amazing! If you are into art (or just incredible locations), you have to go to the ...

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    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

    The Grove may be incredibly pack during the holidays, so be prepared to park high up and wait about 30 minutes before finding an area to park! Make sure to dl the new app they have going on for the grove, they give you 2 hrs free parking, but it takes 24hrs before it may be used ( great little ...

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  • 4

    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

    100 reviews

    LACMA, you're definitely not lacking when it comes to the arts. I've been to LACMA before, but I haven't been since Levitated Mass, the large rock from a local quarry, was put on permanent exhibit here. Saturday was a good a time as any to check Levitated Mass out and have a look at the other exhibits on display. Levitated ...

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  • 5

    Hollywood Sign

    100 reviews

    Never been there, but my friends have been. They like to hike, so this could be for you if you like to hike too!

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    The Getty Villa

    81 reviews

    A visit to this museum is an enlightening and educational experience- not to mention visually pleasing. It is one of those few museums where the architecture of the museum itself is just as significant as the exhibits. It was modeled after an actual Roman country house, the Villa dei Papiri in Herculaneum, Italy. The modeling was precise - almost an ...

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  • 7

    Walt Disney Concert Hall

    80 reviews

    State-of-the-art acoustics in gorgeous live concert venue in Los Angeles. Home of the LA Philharmonic, please go to for full schedule of performances.

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  • 8

    Staples Center

    83 reviews

    I've been here three times. One for the Clippers game, second for Kaskade (floor ticket!) and third for the Lakers game. The staff is fast and efficient. Security is good but they were super fast unlike other venues I've been to for a concert. The staples center is surrounded by so many convenient restaurants and bars. If you're not a ...

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  • 9

    Runyon Canyon Park

    63 reviews

    After living in Los Angeles for over a year, I figured it was time to finally check out Runyon. I had heard a lot of bad things: too touristy, too many dogs (that no one picks up after), but I had a great experience. True, parking is a pain, but that isn't new to LA. My friend and I took ...

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  • 10

    California Science Center

    52 reviews

    Very interesting place.You can learn a lot of things and there's a lot of things to do and see like you can see jet fighters and a lot of things.

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  • 11

    Griffith Park

    52 reviews

    Fabulous Hiking Trails, playgrounds, tennis courts, and more all the panoramic views of Los Angeles

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  • 12

    Dodger Stadium

    60 reviews

    As much as I love a good baseball game, Dodger Stadium just didn't do it for me. The parking is expensive, and the stadium has an overall Little League feel to it. From the bleachers, you can look out across the field and see....a barren, dusty mountain. I enjoy Angel Stadium a lot more, which has a more family-friendly atmosphere.

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  • 13

    Abbot Kinney Blvd

    48 reviews

    In any other city but LA, this charming strip of shops (Gant, Alternative Apparel), boutiques (Me. Steves Beauty Cottage, Aesop), and galleries (G2, Hamilton Press) would be THE STRIP, and celebrated as such. But in LA, the shopping cup truly spilleth over, and Abboy Kinney somehow manages to sneak by as one of the lesser sung hotspots in town. Skip ...

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  • 14

    Farmers Market

    51 reviews

    Opened in 1934, during the Great Depression, this is Los Angeles's original Farmers Market. It began when San Fernando Valley farmers, lacking middlemen for their produce, were given an opportunity to rent stall space on idle land in the Fairfax area in order to sell their produce directly to consumers. As part of a 1941 expansion and reconstruction project the ...

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  • 15

    Downtown Los Angeles

    52 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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  • 16

    Plate by Plate Los Angeles

    40 reviews

    Congrats on your 15th year, PbP!

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  • 17

    Hollywood Boulevard

    50 reviews

    Super touristy attraction. But of course a must see in L.A. Can get a bit crowded at times, but it's part of the hype!

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  • 18

    The Getty Museum

    39 reviews

    This is my all-time favorite place in Los Angeles. A place to see great art (usually very solid exhibits) and great views of LA. It's relaxing and beautiful to just chill out here when you need that me time. Appeals to tourists and locals alike. And the best part, it's free!

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  • 19

    La Brea Tar Pits

    48 reviews

    The museum brings the creatures entombed in the nearby tarpits to life, in a manner of speaking. I loved the life-sized bellowing wooly mammoth robot, and the wall of wolf skulls. Research on the doomed denizens of the pit are ongoing, and they have it set up so you can watch scientists at work, picking through and cleaning skeletal bits.

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  • 20

    Greek Theatre

    32 reviews

    Good Venue to catch a concert! tip bring a picnic before the show and eat at one of the picnic tables at Griffith Park. we were dreading parking but it wasn't too bad $15 for a lot and it was a breeze leaving the concert!

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