Ranked by the Rolling Stones magazine as one of America’s ten best live music arenas, Hollywood Bowl is a historic amphitheater in Los Angeles. It is also the largest concert venue in Southern California. A venue for enjoying thrilling summer evenings, great music, wine and festivities of all genres, Hollywood Bowl is a pioneer of theatrical productions and Easter Sunrise service as well.
Timings: Shows and concerts: 9am - any, Rehearsals: 9am - 12 noon (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday)
Location : North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, California
The Hollywood Forever Cemetery is the landmark cemetery at the heart of Hollywood and also hosts cultural events. Interred with honor here are several prominent people who shaped the city of Los Angeles and elite stars from the entertainment industry. Located in a neighborhood full of properties owned by Hollywood stars, the cemetery is a must-visit destination for those interested in the history of Tinseltown.
Timings: Monday - Friday: 8:30am to 5pm, Weekends: 8:30am to 4:30pm
Location : 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, California
Gathering over 10 million visitors from across the world annually, Hollywood’s Walk of Fame is one of America’s most visited destinations. The sidewalk along 18 blocks of the iconic Hollywood Boulevard is embedded with coral pink, five-pointed brass and terrazzo stars bearing names of achievers in the entertainment industry. This includes musicians, directors, actors, producers and even fictional characters associated with Hollywood. With a small fee, even you can get your name on a star temporarily and take a memorable picture with it.
Timings : Open 24 hours
Location : Hollywood, Los Angeles, California
Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills is an affluent street of Los Angeles that defines why Southern California is one of the most lavishly fashionable places of the US. It is a reputed shopping district with designer labels and world-famous haute couture fashion stores. Alongside boutiques and high-end shops like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Prada etc., Rodeo Drive has a plethora of polished malls that ooze American commerce and European glamour. It is also home to House of Bijan, the most expensive clothing store in the world.
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Located at the eastern end of the majestic Santa Monica mountains, Runyon Park is one of California’s top hiking destinations with picturesque trails carved out of landscaped mountain valleys. The adventurous dirt roads lined with dense tropical forests offer exhilarating terrain that gradually increases in altitude to an epic point from where you can view almost 2/3rds of Los Angeles city.
Location : North Fuller Avenue, Los Angeles, California
One of California’s largest and most celebrated party spots, Santa Monica Pier is a massive, double-jointed pier at the west end of Colorado Avenue. It has a family-friendly, oceanfront amusement park with 12 thrilling rides like a solar-powered Ferris wheel, West coaster, Pacific wheel and 14 midway games. Illuminated by 174,000 neon lights every night, the park offers elusive views of 130 miles of the Los Angeles skyline.
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Sunset Boulevard is an iconic highway in West Hollywood, known for its pulsating nightlife, chic music clubs, street performers and the antics of dedicated musicians who have performed and stayed at the boulevard for decades. It is one of LA’s busiest districts with a sensational culture scene and extends from Hollywood to Malibu beach while meandering past the world-famous Beverly Hills.
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Regarded as one of LA’s top sightseeing locations, The Getty Center incorporates contemporary architecture, verdant gardens and panoramic views of the city. Nestled atop a hill in Santa Monica, the Pacific Ocean and San Gabriel Mountains are also visible from the peak, inspiring architect Richard Meier to construct a campus highlighting both nature and cultural marvels of California.
Timings : 9am - 5:30pm
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The Original Farmers Market is one of Los Angeles’ most beloved landmarks and offers a memorable shopping and dining experience to visitors. Men from Illinois came here to park their trucks and sell fresh produce to locals when the Great Depression hit America, wherein began the rapidly growing legacy of this area. Today it is a hub of shopping for seasonal fruits, vegetables, fresh meat and seafood.
Timings : 10am - 7pm
Location : Fairfax District, Los Angeles, California
Known to be a shopper’s paradise and street performers’ top stage, Third Street Promenade consists of three blocks in downtown Santa Monica, open air and free of cars. Home to over 80 retailers, the promenade has everything from an affordably chic farmers market to designer fashion brand stores like Rolex, Nike and Tiffany & Co.
Timings : Open 24 hours
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The moment Walt Disney Concert Hall opened its doors, it became a sensational platform for classical, jazz and world music. The extraordinary steel architecture and fantastic sound equipment make it one of Los Angeles’s top icons and an acclaimed cultural venue. To explore this hall, you can walk around by yourself or join the 60-minute, free docent-guided tour to learn about the entire campus’s history, concerts held and related information.
Location : South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, California
One of the leading centres of public astronomy, the Griffith Observatory is a fascinating science facility and one of the most famous attractions of LA and indeed southern California.
Timings : Tuesday - Friday: 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM,
Saturday - Sunday: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Entry Fee : Planetarium shows:
Adult - USD 7,
Child - USD 3
The Center is an educational science museum located in Exposition Park. It has several interesting exhibits, and IMAX theatre and is a major tourist attraction.
Timings : 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Entry Fee : IMAX movie:
Adult - USD 8.25,
Child - USD 5
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