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About Traveling Los Angeles
Los Angeles has its fair share of attractions that, albeit touristy, are still worth seeing: the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Rodeo Drive, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, the studio tour at Universal Studios. But step away from the beaten path and you’ll see the City of Angels has so much more to offer than just Hollywood.
Head to the coast and explore Venice Beach, a longtime hangout for the creative and the eclectic. The promenade is full of unique shops and galleries, street performers, music and comedy clubs, and lots of food. Pedal along the beachfront bike path, walk the canals, or take a dip in the Pacific.
For more family-friendly beachfront fun, head north up the coast to Santa Monica Pier, an entertainment hub complete with concerts, al fresco movie nights, an aquarium, and an amusement park. Go south to Marina Del Rey for paddleboarding or ocean kayaking. Afterward, head to Fisherman’s Village for a little shopping, some live music, and a bite to eat.
Art history buffs will appreciate LA’s collection of museums, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, the J. Paul Getty Museum, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. These architecturally astounding buildings are just as impressive as the works housed inside.
Exposition Park is just as impressive. The 160-acre downtown compound is home to a collection of museums, the famous Memorial Coliseum, and Rose Garden.
There is a variety of ethnic enclaves in LA, including Little Tokyo, located near City Hall. Take a walking tour of the neighborhood, shop, and dine on authentic Japanese cuisine. West of Downtown LA lies Koreatown, one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in the city. Grab some Korean barbecue, pamper yourself at a bathhouse, or grab drinks at one of K-town’s many dive bars and speakeasies.
Spend the afternoon in Griffith Park, California’s largest state park. The park encompasses the Los Angeles Zoo, the Griffith Observatory, The Greek Theatre, golf courses, and miles of hiking trails, making it an ideal outing for every age and interest. Catch a game at Dodger Stadium, the third-oldest ballpark in MLB history, located in Echo Park. Before the game, go paddle-boating on the Echo Park Lake, walk the Baxter Street Stairs (231 in total) for a great view of the city, and admire the Victorian homes along historic Carroll Avenue.
As the embodiment of urban sprawl, it’s hard to imagine what LA looked like before it was so developed. Resident Angelenos and out-of-towners alike can appreciate a piece of LA’s prehistoric past at the La Brea Tar Pits & Museum. Natural asphalt has seeped from the ground for 40,000 years, preserving the fossils of mammoths, dire wolves, and saber-tooth cats.
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