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    Griffith Observatory

    2800 East Observatory Road, Los Angeles, CA 90027-1255
    144 reviews

    It offers a cool look at space with great exhibits and fascinating models inside. Then when you're done, step outside onto the observation deck and gasp at the sprawling megalopolis of Los Angeles before you. It's one of those great places that mix education with pleasure - even as a local, I still enjoy the experience!

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    California Science Center

    700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90037
    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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    The Getty Center

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

    Typical museums are not everyone's "cup of tea," unless there is something one really desires, target specific groups, or been forced to by a teacher to write a research paper about it. Getty Center is one of the few museums where it does not take a lot to make people come here, and they love it! The museum is more ...

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    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

    5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States
    92 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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    University of Southern California

    3551 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles, California
    29 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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    Museum of Tolerance

    9786 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States
    15 reviews

    The Museum of Tolerance is an emotionally disturbing experience that every human should have. It delves into "man's inhumanity to man" and showcases the elements of racism, intolerance, and prejudice that have stirred wars, torture, and genocides in mankind's history. The most disturbing exhibit to me was the gas chamber replica, which had me sick to my stomach and shaking. ...

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    The Getty Villa

    17985 Pacific Coast Highway, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
    78 reviews

    I can finally say I've been to both the Getty Center & the Getty Villa. When in Rome, do as the Romans do - enjoy life in sculptured gardens around a breathtaking pool, with exquisite sculptures & architecture surrounding you as if you befriended Augustus Caesar himself. The locale is perfect. Cool breezes from the Pacific flow by you as ...

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  • 8

    LA Boulders

    1200–1398 Factory Pl, Los Angeles, California
    15 reviews

    Great bouldering gym in a cool spot in the art district.

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    The Last Bookstore

    453 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013-2013, United States
    12 reviews

    Amazing bookstore that doubles as an art gallery in the heart of dtla! Must visit!

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    1233 Vine Street, Los Angeles, CA, United States
    2 reviews

    My first time at Sassafras will never be forgotten...if I don't remember certain things that occurred in there then I have a lot of embarrassing pictures to remind me what happened. This night was memorable thanks to all my close friends who came out to celebrate my early birthday. ALL the cocktails I've tried were delicious (except the one with ...

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  • 11

    A Day in LA Tours

    1400 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA
    11 reviews

    SOOO MUCH FUN! Not only do we get to ride my first party bus, it's a RASTAbus! What I love about all the gogobot events are the themes. They make it super festive and it's so much fun to see people getting creative with their costumes. This theme was the Thrift Shop. I've never been on such a random adventure ...

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    Griffith Park

    4730 Crystal Springs Dr, Los Angeles, CA
    50 reviews

    Nice, not too challenging hike from the observatory to a great viewpoint of all of LA, the Hollywood sign, and down to the observatory. You can continue hiking up a more challenging trail to get an even better view. On a really clear day, you can see the ocean and islands! We often try to get to the top around ...

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  • 13

    Busby's East

    5364 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States
    12 reviews

    $5 parking in the back or grab metered parking after 8 for free! The venue is upstairs and features a dancing area, seating areas, pool tables, and of course bars. It's nice to move between the rooms depending on what you feel like doing, whether chilling in a booth to chat or dancing like mad. Pretty crowded and popular place.

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    Citadel Outlets

    100 Citadel Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90040-1552
    12 reviews

    Saving savings. An outlet near LA instead of going to your local Westfield Mall. This mall is located outdoors with a big parking lot for plenty of cars unless you are going during the holidays then it's a nightmare. Try to get that VIP card and get discounts on a lot of stores. There are over a 100 shops in ...

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    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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    The Grove

    189 The Grove Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90036-6221
    121 reviews

    I genuinely like this mall as it's very clean and well maintained. As some other yelpers mentioned, it does have that Disneyland feel to it, which likely contributes to the overall charm and appeal. Complete with a wide array of shops including but not limited to Barnes & Noble, Nordstroms, and Apple, this outdoor mall has something for everyone. Now ...

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  • 17

    Mount Wilson Observatory

    Los Angeles, CA
    8 reviews

    Mt. Wilson has the world's largest telescopes, offering long-range views of both celestial and solar proportions. I am thoroughly intrigued by outer space, so I was like a kid at Christmas here: seeing stars, planets, and other bodies out there beyond our planet excited me to no end. The observatory is also quite famous; Edwin Hubble used its facilities for ...

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  • 18

    Japanese Village Plaza Mall

    335 East 2nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012-4215
    10 reviews

    This mall is located in a unique and very fun area of LA. There's a lot to see and it's very fun to explore the Japanese culture. If you love or are curious about Japanese food, products, or most importantly HELLO KITTY, this is a must-visit plaza! The boutique stores are so much fun to check out and carry a ...

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  • 19

    Howl at the Moon

    6 reviews

    I have only been here once, and absolutely loved it. It's not a club, but a piano lounge - which means a slightly different crowd. More singing, more comedy, live entertainers, karaoke, and of course, a rowdier crowd as the night wears on. They do a lot of parties, and I attended my best friend's - which she won through ...

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    MOCA Pacific Design Center

    Los Angeles, California
    5 reviews

    Stefan sagmeister happy show! Small Gallery but I loved it

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