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  • 41

    Hollywood & Highland Center

    53 reviews

    The famous Hollywood & Highland Center, where the stars on Hollywood Blvd. meet the hand and feet prints in front of the Chinese Theater. Get Pictures of the Hollywood Sign, Plan a tourist-filled excursion, shop and eat, or walk down Hollywood Blvd. to take in the heart of Hollywood!

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  • 42

    Balboa Island

    37 reviews

    Balboa Island is a man-made island in the middle of Newport Beach Harbor that is accessed by a small bridge from the mainland or the ferry from the peninsula. There is a single main st about 5 blocks long (including a couple of "original banana stands" for you Arrested Development fans). The rest of the island is surrounded by concrete ...

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  • 43

    Rose Bowl Stadium

    43 reviews

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  • 44

    The Getty Museum

    38 reviews

    With gorgeous views overlooking the beach and Los Angeles, the Getty Museum is a great spot for a weekend out. It has excellent architecture, a full restaurant with an extensive wine list, and guided tours if you choose. Also, there are many semi-private nooks and crannies to relax in.

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  • 45

    La Brea Tar Pits

    47 reviews

    Admittedly, revisiting the tar pits in my 20's proved disappointing next to my childhood memories. It is really just a big pit of tar with a large park and museum around it. However, the park is beautiful on a nice day and the history of the location makes it worth a visit. If you are traveling with kids or just ...

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  • 46

    Zuma Beach

    37 reviews

    The sand is clean and feels great between my your toes. It is appropriate for all ages and has a variety of things to do and a places close by to eat. The surf is great, never too crowded. I have seen both dolphins and seals in the water. It was a great time and I can't wait to go ...

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  • 47

    Universal Citywalk

    41 reviews

    Mainly a tourist spot. Still lots of interesting things to do and see. Never really gets boring.

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  • 48

    Magic Castle

    35 reviews

    Located in one of the first mansions built in Hollywood, this is a private clubhouse operated by the Academy of Magical Arts as a showplace for top professional and amateur magicians who perform a variety of close-up, parlor and stage magic. Dinner, with a nice view of Hollywood, is served prior to the performances. It is a members only club. ...

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  • 49

    Santa Monica Farmers' Market

    35 reviews

    I come here occasionally to buy oysters from Carlsbad aquafarms. They're about as fresh as you can get 'em and you can either have them shucked on the spot for immediate consumption or you can take them home and shuck them yourself, a great deal either way.

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  • 50

    Crystal Cove State Park

    32 reviews

    The nearby beach. A quick 10 min walk across the street and you are here. On the beach there is an excellent restaurant (Beachcomber) and the Bootlegger Bar. The beach is very family friendly.

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  • 51

    Irvine Spectrum Center

    37 reviews

    A well-planned outdoor mall that just keeps growing! You can pretty much find anything here, from movies, to comedy, to personal pizzas. Did I mention the parking is free? (except valet, of course)

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  • 52

    Huntington Beach Pier

    34 reviews

    Huge pier, rumored to be around a half mile long. People fish off the side, and there's a Ruby's on the end for a delicous malt

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  • 53

    Greek Theatre

    30 reviews

    This is a great music venue that is walkable from Hollywood Boulevard and the Sunset Strip (although a bit of a hike up the hill). I have seen some great shows here, and recommend others visit given the chance.

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  • 54

    Huntington State Beach

    35 reviews

    There's not much here. Just sand, surfers and beachwalkers. Beyond that the sunsets are nice. Go for a walk...

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  • 55

    Little Tokyo

    38 reviews

    One of my foodie paradise destination. Great place to lounge around and enjoy the street performers going crazy on the shamisen (it's like a Japanese banjo... But not... Hope that makes sense). Parking is a hit on miss. You get your parking validated if you park in the little Tokyo mall and buy something at nijiya, Japanese supermarket. Or look ...

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  • 56

    Beverly Center

    41 reviews

    Indoor shopping mall...and another one across the street called Beverly Connection. But first check out The Grove, which is really beautifully done by comparison.

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  • 57

    Santa Monica Place

    37 reviews

    Shoppers dream. Check out Hydrate boutique at 219 Arizona if you prefer california lifestyle designers instead of the typical department store shopping.

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  • 58

    University of Southern California

    30 reviews

    USC has one of the most extensive university community service programs in the United States. This was one of the reasons the editors of Time Magazine and the Princeton Review named it "College of the Year 2000." It is the oldest private university west of the Mississippi, founded in 1880 by a Methodist horticulturist, an Irish Catholic pharmacist and a ...

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  • 59

    Newport Beach Pier

    32 reviews

    Family friendly just a 30 minute drive from the home. Great place to rent a bike and ride the boardwalk, ride the boat ferry across to the Balboa Island for just $2.00 a car load and visit the small shops on Balboa Island or the Newport Beach peninsula.

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  • 60

    Main Street Santa Monica

    29 reviews

    This is where the locals shop boutiques. There are no chain stores on this street. You could spend the entire day here, with the number of shops and restaurants. Its also one block from the beach walk, so fun and sun in one day is possible here.

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