Timings : General Park: 5:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Zoo: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Museums: Weekdays: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Weekends: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Entry Fee : Zoo: USD 22 (adults), USD 17 (children between 2 and 12)
Observatory: USD 7 (adults), USD 3 (children)
Autry Museum of the American West: USD 6 - 14
Parking : Free
Accessibility : Griffith Observatory - Wheelchair accessibility, ramps and elevators available, disabled parking, assisted listening devices in both theatres
Los Angeles Zoo - Wheelchair accessibility and available for hire, disabled parking, service animals allowed, shuttle service with wheelchair access, sign language interpreter
Museums - Wheelchair accessible in all areas, including restrooms
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Griffith Park is an iconic tourist attraction in the Loz Feliz neighbourhood of Los Angeles. Spread across more than 4500 acres, the Griffith Park is amongst the largest municipal parks in the continent. The park has multiple tourist attractions including the Griffith Observatory, the Los Angeles Zoo, The Travel Town Transportation Museum and the Autry Museum.
Griffith Park is most famous for the iconic Hollywood sign, which is located on Mount Lee. It lies along some of the most popular hiking trails within the park. This sign can also be viewed from the Observatory, which offers some of the best views of the city of Los Angeles. Located 1,134 feet above sea level, the observatory has multiple telescopes on its grounds. The night time views of the city are beautiful, thanks to the busy Los Angeles nightlife. The Zoo has around 1,200 animals and 7.500 plants. The animals under their care include giraffes, leopards, zebras and gorillas.
The Autry Museum of the American West provides a great insight into the culture of Western America. It houses artifacts and art from various cultural influences, like Latino, Native American and Spanish colonial eras. The Transportation Museum is an ode to the significance of railroads to the history of California. Sights here include locomotives as well as passenger and freight cars used back in the day.