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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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    The Getty Villa

    80 reviews

    Wow. A must see if you're in L.A. So much to see! Huge collection of art and artifacts. Beautiful gardens, water fountains and pool. Best part of all: It's FREE!!

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    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

    93 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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    Griffith Observatory

    145 reviews

    I'm all for cool, free things to do in LA and this is one of the best! The Observatory is an amazing piece of LA architecture with an even better view. It also has a cool history as it became the iconic film location for Rebel Without A Cause's climactic scene. The exhibit inside the Observatory is also pretty interesting. ...

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    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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    The Last Bookstore

    12 reviews

    Gonna try to make this review short: Hidden precious gem located in LA, walking distance to syrup dessert (yum) and Exchange LA. A cool place to explore if you want a taste of LA, love artsy interior design or if you're a book lover. Don't forget to go upstairs, it's my favorite part of the store! Try to show up ...

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  • 7

    Brewery Artwalk

    10 reviews

    Best artwalk in LA. a hidden gem. so many things to see that you can't do it in a few hours and must spend at least an entire day there to explore everything. Lot's of art and hidden little art museums all over the place.

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    Abbot Kinney Blvd

    48 reviews

    perfect for shopping and dinning. Shop for men, women, babies and your home. All modern and hip fashions. This area is targeting those who are fashion forward and willing to invest some money to look and live an aspirational lifestyle.

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    Downtown Los Angeles

    51 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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  • 10

    MOCA Pacific Design Center

    5 reviews

    Stefan sagmeister happy show! Small Gallery but I loved it

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  • 11

    The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

    9 reviews

    Really spectacular exhibits & a lot of cultured folks visiting! Great nightlife surrounding, bars & restaurants! I highly recommend you stop by!

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    4 reviews

    The studio looks small from the outside but it's actually pretty spacey in the back. iam8bit is an art studio slash gift shop. They throw some awesome art shows every now and then. My first one I attended was a video game theme tribute show by a lot of talented artists. I went to the opening which was still crowded ...

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  • 13

    Walt Disney Concert Hall

    76 reviews

    Beautiful architecture and year-round concerts make this structure a must visit.

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  • 14

    Bradbury Building

    9 reviews

    This is the oldest, active commercial building in central Los Angeles. Not much to look at from the outside it has an amazing interior - a sun bathed inner court with bird-cage elevators, marble paneling, ironwork and Mexican floor tiles. It has been featured in many movies including Blade Runner and Double Indemnity.

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  • 15

    IRIS by Cirque du Soleil

    10 reviews

    IRIS is not like any other Cirque du Soleil shows I have seen. If you come here expecting a typical Cirque du Soleil performance you might be quite disappointed. In my opinion, this show is in a realm of its own. There is just nothing quite like it. The choreography is excellent and the use of digital media is creative ...

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    Annenberg Space-Photography

    12 reviews

    What an absolutely gorgeous space. I've had this place bookmarked for awhile, and finally got a chance to visit this past weekend when I realized it was the last week for the National Geographic exhibit. It's a MUST-SEE. Parking is on Constellation St and when validated on weekend it's only $1! There was a small line to get into the ...

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  • 17

    Downtown Art Walk

    3 reviews

    Second Thursday of Every Month in DTLA there's a free event held. People can walk around and check out several buildings full of art works/ sculptures/ etc. Some buildings will have booths where they sell their handmade jewleries...the best part are the food trucks (lobster quesadillas, gelatos, coffee, burgers, yummmmm). Some galleries will make you feel like you're at a ...

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    Los Angeles Convention Center

    18 reviews

    This review is for ANIME EXPO 2014 held at the LACC. I used to work at this expo doing photography marketing and it is pretty overwhelming having it 4 days straight with plenty of cosplay, walking, panels, guests, and art all around from the exhibition hall to all the planned events throughout the expo. Definitely a local culture that happens ...

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  • 19

    Little Tokyo

    38 reviews

    An area of downtown Los Angeles along 1st and 2nd streets with Japanese retail shops, restaurants, health and beauty services, and grocery markets. Save on gas and parking and take the Metro Gold Line here. The stop is just one block east of Little Tokyo.

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    Kodak Theatre

    11 reviews

    Now called the Dolby Theater (used to be called the Kodak Theater), a great venue for all the big award shows, such as the Academy Awards.

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