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  • 1

    Griffith Observatory

    145 reviews

    Looking for beautiful place to go to on a date? This place is definitely a given, especially when you come at night. It gives a beautiful view of the city, and if you come on a good night, you can look up and watch the stars. They close at 10 pm, which is a bit earlier than I prefer, but ...

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  • 2

    The Getty Center

    151 reviews

    A beautiful place for visitors and locals alike. With free admission (although there is a charge for parking), it's hard to compare it to anything else. Without even exploring the interiors and the artwork contained within, the exteriors and views can be quite breathtaking. With a park like atmosphere, complete with water fountains and a cafe, it is the kind ...

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  • 3

    Little Tokyo

    38 reviews

    Ok I have been hanging out in Little Tokyo a lot. However Everyone calls it Japan Town or just J-Town. Regardless, This is a gentrified area that is popping most of the time. I end up over here for a lot of fun, some great nightlife, and some great dining options. Literally it’s a very fun area to cruise around ...

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  • 4

    Hollywood Sign

    98 reviews

    Climb up one of the hills surrounding the sign and you'll have the best view :)

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  • 5

    Runyon Canyon Park

    60 reviews

    Favorite place to go for a weekend hike with the pup then after the hike a nice yoga session at the bottom of the hill. Yoga is free with a small donation! Parking is difficult so don't get discouraged.

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  • 6

    The Getty Villa

    80 reviews

    Strolling the grounds you get a glimpse of life as a wealthy Roman surrounded by the beauty of the reflecting pools, the gardens and views. I love the floors and ceilings, the tiles and columns, and the way the building integrates the indoor and outdoor spaces. The art on view is truly exceptional and the exhibitions are always interesting. The ...

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  • 7

    Hollywood Forever Cemetery

    18 reviews

    If you are in Los Angeles during the summer then I highly recommend catching a movie at the Hollywood Forever - one of the best experiences of my life.

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  • 8

    Griffith Park

    50 reviews

    I've been coming to Griffith Park for many, many years now. I am still discovering new wonders each and every time. It's a great place to hike, run, hang out with the family, people watch, play golf, picnic, and photograph LA life. The vistas from the top of the hills are gorgeous and second to none. Yes, LA is a ...

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  • 9

    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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  • 10

    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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  • 11

    Grand Central Market

    25 reviews

    I enjoyed going her during my lunch break. Lots of great and interesting food and goodies. A refreshing break from work!

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  • 12

    Olvera Street

    34 reviews

    Awesome stop to shop for bargain deals. Great spot for tourists.. one of the few street shopping opportunities in LA. My other favorite is Santee Alley in Fashion District in DTLA.. Or the Rose Bowl has a flea market once every month which is my favorite out of the three. For parking at Olvera Street, I recommend looking at this ...

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  • 13

    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

    93 reviews

    LACMA is comprised of a series of large, expansive buildings and the art is spread out throughout. The museum is large but sometimes it feels like there's not enough art to take up all the space. On this visit I particularly enjoyed Metropolis II and think it's every little boy's dream come true. Levitated Mass is cool to see as ...

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  • 14

    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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  • 15

    California Science Center

    51 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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  • 16

    Angel City Brewing

    11 reviews

    So this is a decent beer bar within a large open warehouse... Lots of fun beertenders and some decent deals on pricing make this an interesting and worthwhile place to drop by. They have a multilevel seating area with a unique interior design. This creates a nice open area for live bands or other things. Do not expect a TV ...

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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

    Griffith Observatory Hike

    3 reviews

    One of my FAVORITE scenic hikes with beautiful views of LA! If you are looking for a nice beginner hike with scenic views of Los Angeles the Griffith Observatory hike has everything to offer and more! When you arrive, you can find parking available along the street on Fern Dell. Come early because it tends to fill up quickly around ...

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  • 19

    La Brea Tar Pits

    46 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

    University of Southern California

    30 reviews

    I love 'SC! What else is there to say?!! Make sure you check out the university's website for any cool events. There are always some awesome guest speakers to see!

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