The sand, sun, and surf of Venice Beach are year-round Southern California staples. Enjoy all three when you bike, skate, or walk along this popular boardwalk.
Visible from most Los Angeles windows and known all over the world, the iconic Hollywood Sign nestled in the rural Hollywood Hills can be accessed via trails in Griffith Park.
Every young entertainer dreams of having their name immortalized on this famous Hollywood Boulevard sidewalk. Miles of star-shaped plaques commemorate great popular artists from every era.
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Home to nearly a century of movie premieres, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre features dramatic Asian-inspired design, celebrity handprints in its courtyard, and state-of-the-art screenings of today’s blockbusters.
The bustling grand waiting room of Union Station has been featured in countless classic films. This lovingly preserved landmark is also the only place in town to catch a train.
Since 1934, Los Angelinos have flocked to the Farmer’s Market for its spectacular California produce. Even city slickers love the Market’s restaurants, shops, and The Grove mall next door.
Art flowers in the city with this historic, handmade urban sculpture. Thirty years in the making, the steel spires of Watts Towers reach nearly 100 feet in the sky.
Root for your favorite team or catch a big show at this world-class sports arena, home to the L.A. Lakers and venue for top touring musicians.
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The Grove is one of the most amazing, elegant, upscale shopping centers I have ever been to. It's technically a mall but it's a mall Los Angeles style, unlike malls that I