Things to do for Local Culture in Los Angeles 

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  • 41

    Wing Hop Fung Ginseng Incorporated

    727 North Broadway, Los Angeles, CA, United States
    2 reviews

    If you have a limited amount of time in Chinatown and want to walk away with something, this two story store is for you. In addition to a large selection of teas and herbs there is a smattering of everything else that is sold in Chinatown.

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  • 42

    The Getty Center

    1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049-1666
    150 reviews

    One of the greatest museum in the world. Their collections were amazing and their garden was magnificent! I always enjoy coming here every time.

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  • 43

    Echo Park

    1632 Bellevue Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90026-4201
    11 reviews

    Peaceful park with a great view of LA! I finally checked this place out during the hidden cash craze. My boyfriend and I had some time to kill so we drove to Echo park when the famous hiddencash twitter hinted where he's going to hide some money. The park is clean and I really loved walking around it. Parking was ...

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  • 44

    Hollywood Forever Cemetery

    6000 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90038-1864
    18 reviews

    I just saw a showing of The Birds here (as part of the Cinespia movie series), and while the movie itself wasn't creepy, the whole experience was great. Grab a blanket, some snacks, and a couple bottles of wine and experience a cemetery in a completely different way...(just be respectful!).

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  • 45

    Amoeba Music

    6400 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
    26 reviews

    One of the worlds most famous music stores. Amoeba is massive, and has cds and vinyl from any artist you could ever imagine. Its a music lover's dream!

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  • 46

    Annenberg Space-Photography

    2000 Avenue of the Stars #1000, Los Angeles, CA
    12 reviews

    So one of my friends who does some photography as a hobby really wanted to go see the Annenberg Space for Photography. A bunch of us also like to shoot pictures now and then and in conjunction with free museum in LA weekend, well off we went… This is a small place but definitely it is extremely interesting. There were ...

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  • 47

    Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

    3939 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA, United States
    17 reviews

    Home of the USC Trojans & many historical events such as the Olympics & Electric Daisy Carnival. Very nice facility, huge stadium with so many seats. Watch your step in the nosebleeds as the stairs are so steep! Oddly, the stadium & this renowned university are located in a pretty rough part of LA, but you'd never know it while ...

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  • 48

    California Science Center

    700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90037
    51 reviews

    I admit I have never been crazy about Space or Science. That was until I went to this museum. It had all kinds of really great Air Force planes hanging from the ceiling.The Space Shuttle Endeavour goes on display October 30th and right now entry is free.

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  • 49

    Seven Grand

    515 West 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA
    22 reviews

    Over 100 brands of whiskey, scotch, bourbon and rye...what's not to love?

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  • 50

    The Getty Museum

    36 reviews

    The Getty is a great museum with a fabulous permanent collection. The trip up to the museum is a little spooky and the fortress-like structure is too full of light to be a perfect space for looking at art, but this is still a spot not to miss.

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  • 51

    Bradbury Building

    304 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA, United States
    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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  • 52

    Central Library

    630 W 5th St, Los Angeles, California, United States
    8 reviews

    OK, gushing over a library might seem odd, but have you... ...walked upstairs to the atrium outside the children's reading room and stared at that 10' glass globe light fixture floating under those windows, surrounded by that enormous 360 degree mural? ...visited the three small art and exhibit galleries (upstairs and under the escalators)? ...perused the exceptionally well curated gift ...

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  • 53

    Rooftop Bar @The Standard

    550 S Flower St, Los Angeles, California
    25 reviews

    The Standard... is the place to be! The High Line will get you there! Fabulous view and ambiance!

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  • 54

    Directors Guild of America

    7920 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90046-3347, United States
    7 reviews

    I love coming here during film festival season when you get all the decorations that make the place more that it really is. It does just change the place when you get the hottest pictures from the coolest stars.

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  • 55

    Sara The Wine Bar

    11800 Jefferson Blvd, Los Angeles, California
    10 reviews

    Wow what a hidden gem in culver city! The owner Sara is such a sweetheart and was so easy to work with an the food and wine were out of this world! Must try if you are in the area!

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  • 56

    Universal City Overlook

    7694-7698 Mulholland Dr, Los Angeles, California
    6 reviews

    Off Mulholland Drive, this Overlook provides a gorgeous view of the East San Fernando Valley, Universal City, the Warner Studios and Burbank.

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  • 57

    Mariachi Plaza

    Pleasant Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, United States
    4 reviews

    Physically, the plaza is not much to look at but if you come in the late afternoon or early evening, especially on weekends, there will be mariachis in full regalia waiting for customers. The Gold Line Metro station is directly under the plaza. It's a convenient way to tour the area between Chinatown, Olvera Street, Union Station, Little Tokyo and ...

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  • 58

    Beverly Center

    8500 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048-3304
    38 reviews

    Shop here instead of rodeo area. The sales people here are a lot friendlier. I love Bloomys!

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  • 59


    1822 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, California
    8 reviews

    Bootie LA at the Echoplex is the absolute most diverse and fun monthly party in LA!

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  • 60

    Watts Towers

    1765 East 107th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90002-3621
    13 reviews

    A folk art tour de force, the Watts Towers were constructed single handed, without scaffolding, by an Italian immigrant, Simon Rodia. Built between 1921 and 1954 there are three towers, 55, 97 and 99 feet tall. Each tower is supported by web frameworks made of discarded steel reinforced with chicken wire and cement. The surfaces are decorated with pieces of ...

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