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  • 1

    The Getty Center

    151 reviews

    Excellent museum housing European art from many different eras. Lots of highlights, many are little known gems. The architecture is amazing as well as the lush gardens. The museum itself is free including the excellent multimedia iPod guides and any walking tours they offer. The terrace cafe offers fresh salads and sandwiches with a gorgeous view. Parking is $15 but ...

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  • 2

    Griffith Observatory

    146 reviews

    I came up here on a hot summer day with my roommate a while back. I don't know if I would be able to navigate the streets to get myself there, but luckily she's a pro at driving :P Lots of parking all along the streets and in a parking lot, but they do fill up fast! A lot of ...

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  • 3

    The Grove

    123 reviews

    If you're visiting LA or live there, this is a great place for an outdoor stroll and window shopping. You might spot some celebs, but nonetheless great for some fresh (or smoggy LA) air and people watching. Typical chain stores and restaurants but still, enjoyable.

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  • 4

    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

    94 reviews

    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is a huge art museum in Los Angeles and Museum Row. Over one million visitor come here each years. It holds over 100,000 works from ancient times to the present. In addition, the museum host concept throughout the year. The museum was established in 1961. Museum constant added new artwork from other ...

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  • 5

    Hollywood Sign

    98 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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  • 6

    The Getty Villa

    80 reviews

    I don't even know this place existed until a friend from LA mentioned it. I truly adore Getty Villa. Yes. It is just an replica but it is a very respectable reproduction. Everyone working there was knowledgeable and helpful. Get ready to be educated and take good advantage of the tours they offer. The tour could fill up quickly so ...

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  • 7

    Staples Center

    81 reviews

    See the Lakers place here, or enjoy a concert or event that is visiting Los Angeles. The Staples Center is a fantastic facility, and I recommend making your way to this venue given the chance.

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  • 8

    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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  • 9

    Runyon Canyon Park

    60 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

    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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  • 11

    Dodger Stadium

    58 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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  • 12

    Griffith Park

    50 reviews

    Launched with a gift of land from Colonel Griffith to L.A. in 1896, Griffith Park now sprawls across 4,310 acres in the Los Feliz area, with 53 miles of trails through sage scrub, oak, and woodland forest. The park should look familiar as it has appeared in films such as Rebel Without a Cause and Back to the Future, and ...

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  • 13

    Abbot Kinney Blvd

    48 reviews

    Abbot Kinney is a really cool strip near Venice Beach that's less Hollywood glitz and glamour and more hipster cool. The look of the whole area is really neat which is why I had some engagement shots taken here.

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  • 14

    Plate by Plate Los Angeles

    40 reviews

    Awesome event!! if you love food, classy events, beautiful people and.. well. FOOD (and all you can drink) you have to come to this event!

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  • 15

    Farmers Market

    50 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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  • 16

    Downtown Los Angeles

    51 reviews

    Downtown Los Angeles is coming up! Where else can you look at historical buildings, shop, eat, and drink! Every weekend it seems like there are always groups of walking/photo tours around the historical core as well as great foodie tours. Make sure when you are down there to his the grand central farmers market for lunch and have a drinks ...

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  • 17

    Hollywood Boulevard

    50 reviews

    You just HAVE to walk down the Hollywood Boulevard if you're in Los Angeles. Although it's always crowded and full of tourists, it's worth seeing this famous sight. You'll get the Hollywood feeling :)

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  • 18

    La Brea Tar Pits

    47 reviews

    Come and see the prehistoric fossils stuck in the tar pits. Witness paleontologists working away. Enjoy the beautiful gardens and the museum.

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  • 19

    The Getty Museum

    36 reviews

    Must see when you are visiting LA, or have visitor to LA. Beautiful architecture, very specific to the region. You can spend days exploring the exhibits.

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  • 20

    Little Tokyo

    38 reviews

    Excellent Japanese food. In downtown LA. Near Olivera Street (Mexican), as well as the Music Center, City Hall, Disney Hall Concert Hall and the new Grand Park. See all in one stop.

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