Top 10 Things To Do in Los Angeles
Explore the City of Angels
One of the entertainment hubs of the country, the city is overflowing with LA attractions. With so much to do and see, guests may have a hard time choosing. Below is our list of the top ten things to do in Los Angeles – don't leave without seeing at least one of them!
Experience Disney at its most magical! Meet memorable Disney characters, discover the exclusive attractions and enjoy spectacular entertainment. Thrill-seekers will enjoy the California Adventure theme park next door, offering rollercoasters, 3D adventure rides, and the ever-popular Tower of Terror.
STAPLES Center hosts world-class sports and entertainment events and has been named Arena of the Year two years in a row. The home of the world-class champion LA Lakers, LA Clippers, and LA Kings, the arena has alto hosted such events as the Democratic National Convention, US Figureskating championship and National Hockey League and multiple concerts.
The J. Paul Getty Museum
See living treasures of African American art, history and culture. The kaleidoscope of art and history highlight the African American's contribution to world. History and art buffs will delight in this LA attraction.
Get an inside look at the sets and secrets of legendary films. Then, immerse yourself into the thrilling worlds of your favorite movies. Dare to venture deep inside the Mummy's Chamber of Doom. Witness behind-the-scenes magic inside the Special Effect Stages. Come face-to-face with "living" dinosaurs, a 50-foot T-Rex, and a treacherous plunge straight down an 84 foot vertical drop waterfall! Plus, visit Universal CityWalk for LA's hottest entertainment, dining and shopping. It can only happen in Hollywood-Universal Studios Hollywood
Located directly across the street, the Grammy Museum is an exciting and interactive celebration of the power of music occupying a vibrant new space in downtown Los Angeles. It explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
The Walt Disney Concert Hall is the home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Designed by architect Frank Gehry, it is known to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world. The stainless steel curves of the exterior makes the concert hall an internationally recognized architectural landmark.
El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Park is LA's birthplace, the site of the original settlement in 1781. At Olvera Street, a bustling Mexican mercado is just to the north. Listen to mariachi music, watch folklore dances and dine at several restaurants. Tour the Avila Adobe, the oldest existing house in L.A. Other restored historic buildings include the Old Plaza Church, the Old Plaza Firehouse and more.
Santa Monica Pier
The beautiful Santa Monica Pier offers a variety of entertainment, dining and shopping experiences, including the thrill rides of Pacific Park. The Santa Monica Pier is open 365 days a year, offering fun for all ages. Admission is free.
Griffith Park is the largest city park in the country sprawling over 4,107 acres with a mix of free and fee activities for the whole family. Pinic on one of the broad lawns or enjoy hiking for all levels. Shady waterfalls, tennis courts, Autry Museum of Western Heritage, golf course, merry-go-round, pony rides and a zoo all make Griffith Park a place to visit
Enjoy endless entertainment at L.A. Live! With concerts from top performing artists, NBA basketball games, parties and thrilling NHL games you'll never run out of things to do. L.A. Live is the sports and entertainment district that surrounds STAPLES Center and Nokia Theatre. A premier destination for entertainment, L.A. Live also offers delicious dining options.
Every weekend year-round, crowds flock to the beachside walkway where the mild weather and sea air are only part of the attraction. The most amazing street entertainers in the world are here--chain saw juggler, a swami on rollerbladers, dancers, and more.