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105. Japanese American National Museum

Japanese American National Museum
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
105 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Upright with the mission to share Japanese American history and help visitors to realise the importance of ethnic diversity, The Japanese American National Museum is the largest museum in the US which works to echo the experiences of Americans of Japanese ancestry through programs dedicated to strengthening their community. Apart from the multitude of displays and permanent collections, the museum is quite famous for its varied exhibitions. One of the most popular and must-visit exhibitions is named as Common Ground: The Heart of Community which unravels hundreds of photographs, documents and objects reflecting 130 years of Japanese American History through the second world war confinement to the present.

106. Museum of Latin American Art

Museum of Latin American Art
4.5 /5

31 km
from city center
106 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Museum of Latin American Art is the only entirely dedicated museum in the United States of America to display modern and contemporary art of Latin America. Situated in Long Beach, the museum houses collections from artists like Carlos Cruz Diez and Armando Morales. Spread across the area of 55,000 square feet, the museum contains a colossal 15,000 square foot sculpture garden inside its premises. You can stroll through beautiful murals, oil paintings, photographs, documents and charcoal art to take a dip into the history and legacy of Latin art. Engage in various interactive sessions as you choose among events like guided tours, festivals, Latin Comics Expo, Art and culture camps organised frequently by the museum.

107. Petersen Automotive Museum

Petersen Automotive Museum
5.0 /5

11 km
from city center
107 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

With the vision to reflect upon automobile history in terms of its impact on global and cultural life, the Petersen Automotive Museum is one of a kind museum exhibiting a variety of automobiles along with educating the visitors with their history and significance. Designed innovatively, the first floor of the museum is known as the Artistry floor exhibiting the relationship between art and automobiles through artfully designed vehicles. The second floor, known as the Industry floor, explores the diversity of automotive efficiency in terms of speed as it serves as a design studio to modify the portions of any automobile. The third floor houses the nostalgic history of automobiles and is rightfully known as the History floor. With the main galleries of the museum displaying over hundreds of vehicles like the rare 1939 Porsche 64, the vault of the museum located at the basement lines more than 250 of vintage and iconic automobiles.

108. El Cariso Golf Course

El Cariso Golf Course
5.0 /5

33 km
from city center
108 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Located in Sylmar, California, El Cariso Golf Course offers a fun 18-hole executive course. Featuring expansive views of the great mountains and beautiful lakes, the course located on Eldridge Ave., Sylmar, California, is the perfect place to have your business meetings while shooting a round of golf. Spread across 4,493 yards of top of the line tricky greens, it has a par of 62 providing some of the best challenges for beginners to semi-pro and pro golfers. With prices starting at just $13 per hour, it also doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket (no pun intended).

109. Santa Anita Golf Course

Santa Anita Golf Course
5.0 /5

21 km
from city center
109 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

In what can only be described as one of the best places for a round of golf with the views of the majestic San Gabriel Mountains, the Santa Anita Golf Course in the city of Arcadia, California, is spread across 6,368 yards from its longest tees, providing some of the most memorable experiences for all groups alike whether for golfing reasons or just a day out in the greens, known to be a great spot for spending time all year round.

110. Victoria Golf Course

Victoria Golf Course
5.0 /5

22 km
from city center
110 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Located in Carson, California, the Victoria Park Golf Course is an 18 hole course located within the Links at Victoria Park facility. Spread across 6,847 yards from its longest tee, it has a par of 72 that is managed by the municipality. This also allows for any guest to utilize the facility since there’s an “Open to Public” policy.

111. Whittier Narrows Golf Course

Whittier Narrows Golf Course
5.0 /5

15 km
from city center
111 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Located just 20 minutes away from downtown Los Angeles, the Whittier Narrows Golf Course is located at Rosemead, California. Surrounded by the 260 acres Whittier Narrows Park, it offers great views of the park and the San Gabriel Mountains. Spread across large expansive greens, it provides a great 27-hole course that’s challenging to say the least. The three distinct 9-hole courses offer a great challenge.

112. Chester Washington Golf Course

Chester Washington Golf Course
4.5 /5

16 km
from city center
112 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Chester Washington golf course is known for its prime location close to downtown Los Angeles and close to the Los Angeles Airport popularly known as LAX. This gorgeous golf course is the perfect spot for anyone to enjoy a game of golf. Is it a beginner or a professional? The golf course is known for its beauty from its beautifully laid out fairway of trees to the subtle greenery all around.

113. Diamond Bar Golf Course

Diamond Bar Golf Course
4.5 /5

39 km
from city center
113 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Diamond Bar Golf course is your go-to golf course if you live anywhere close to Los Angeles, Orange County or the Inland Empire. This golf course is located close to the 57 and 60 freeway and is the perfect spot for golfers of southern California. This beautiful course was designed by the ever famous William F bell who is known to have designed quite a few golf courses around the Los Angeles area.

114. Don Knabe Golf Center and Junior Academy

Don Knabe Golf Center and Junior Academy
4.5 /5

23 km
from city center
114 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Don Knabe Golf Center and Junior Academy are located on Shoemaker Avenue in California. It is regarded as one of the most affordable golf courses in Southern California and is the perfect spot to enjoy a quick game of golf. Unlike other golf courses, this course is the perfect spot to play at night with its state of the art illuminating tee. The Junior Academy is the most prominent academy to train juniors in the game of golf and is quite a popular program in Southern California.

115. Eaton Canyon Golf Course

Eaton Canyon Golf Course
4.5 /5

20 km
from city center
115 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Located in the beautiful Pasadena, California the Eaton Canyon Golf course is known to cover over 3000 yards. The course is known to provide a higher rate for fellow lovers of the sport and is also known to create quite a challenging course irrespective of how talented the player. The course was built in the year 1962 and includes a 9 hole golf course along with a driving range and a bar. It is a part of the Los Angeles Parks and recreation system under the golf division.

116. Knollwood Golf Course

Knollwood Golf Course
4.5 /5

35 km
from city center
116 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Knollwood country club is quite popular in California. Located in the Granada hills in California the Knollwood Golf course is quite a key component of this country club. The golf course was built and established in the year 1956 by the legendary and famous architect Willaim F Bell. It is spread across 6,373 yards and is an 18 hole golf course.

117. La Mirada Golf Course

La Mirada Golf Course
4.5 /5

28 km
from city center
117 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Located in the south Los Angeles county the La Mirada golf course is quite popular. It has been mentioned in LA magazine as one of the top ten places to play golf in Los Angeles. The course has also won best golf course six times in a row since 2010. It is known for its affordable prices and well-tended greens providing an excellent spot for players of all levels. The course due to its rolling fairways is known to be a perfect spot to practice blind shots.

118. Lakewood Golf Course

Lakewood Golf Course
4.0 /5

26 km
from city center
118 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Lakewood golf course is located close to the long beach airport and is known to be quite popular in south Los Angeles. The Lakewood golf course and club was built in the year 1933 by William F. Bell. The course is spread across 7033 yards and was voted as Los Angeles county's best golf course in the year 2005.

119. Los Amigos Golf Course

Los Amigos Golf Course
4.5 /5

15 km
from city center
119 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Los amigos golf course is located in quill drive, California. This 6212-yard golf course was built by golf course architect billy bell. This 71 par championship golf course has a beautiful park setting and provides the perfect spot to play a game of gold for all ages. The course also includes two lakes on the property and the entire course is lined with trees making this golf course absolutely stunning.

120. Los Verdes Golf Course

Los Verdes Golf Course
4.5 /5

36 km
from city center
120 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Los Verdes golf course is located in the Rancho Palos Verdes cliffs in California. This golf course was designed by the famous golf course architect billy bell. This course is located close to the ocean making any game of gold quite challenging. This beautiful course won the course of the year by Los Angeles County in the year 2011.

121. Maggie Hathaway Golf Course 100

Maggie Hathaway Golf Course 100
4.0 /5

13 km
from city center
121 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The maggie Hathaway golf course is located in western avenue California. This golf course is rather petite and is spread over 1008 yards and includes 9 holes. The course is open from sunrise to sunset and is known for its undulating fairways and large trees that are a major feature of the course. Though quite petite in size it includes amenities such as a coffee shop that you can grab a coffee and relax at after a game of golf. The course also includes a junior golf section to train junior budding players.

122. Marshall Canyon Golf Course

Marshall Canyon Golf Course
4.5 /5

46 km
from city center
122 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The marshall canyon golf course was built in the year 1966 and is located in La verse California. The canyon has a gorgeous location at the foothills above La Verne. This 18 hole golf course has a driving range though the entire course is of a walk able. The course is known to host various tournaments and golf leagues as well.

123. Mountain Meadows Golf Course

Mountain Meadows Golf Course
4.0 /5

43 km
from city center
123 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The mountain meadows golf course is located in the San Gabriel basin twenty-five miles away from Los Angeles. This stunning golf course known to host championships is spread across 6440 yards. The course is also known for its stunning foliage and jacaranda trees that tower around the entire course. The course is known to have a slope rating of 131 and is also known to offer a lot of unique holes for blind shots.

124. Altadena golf course

Altadena golf course
5.0 /5

19 km
from city center
124 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Altadena golf course in Altadena, California is spread across 3046 yards. This 9 hole course with a slope rating of 108 was built by the legendary golf course architect William F bell in 1939. Apart from the beautiful course which is open from sunrise to sunset the course also offers various amenities such as a driving range with golf carts. The course also has a junior golf section for beginners and learners. If you need any equipment or just looking to buy new equipment the pro shop is the place to go.

125. Chatsworth Reservoir

Chatsworth Reservoir
5.0 /5

41 km
from city center
125 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Chatsworth Reservoir is located within the Chatsworth Nature Preserve, a 1,325-acre preserve in the north-west of San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, California. It was the last of the 19 water-retention basins created to store water from the Owens Valley, linked via the Los Angeles Aqueduct. The reservoir was constructed as two earth-filled dams and two smaller dikes between the hills of the preserve.

126. Del Rey Lagoon

Del Rey Lagoon
5.0 /5

22 km
from city center
126 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Playa Del Rey is a beautiful beachside neighbourhood towards the west of Los Angeles, California, where the wonderful little park, Del Rey Lagoon is located, that’s a local favourite since it has something for everybody. From tennis courts, grassy areas for picnicking to playgrounds for children, the Del Rey Lagoon is also in close proximity to the Pacifica Esplanade Beach.

127. Eagle Rock Reservoir

Eagle Rock Reservoir
5.0 /5

12 km
from city center
127 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Supplying water to the densely populated small town of Eagle Rock is the Eagle Rock Reservoir, located just outside the city of Pasadena and bordering Glendale in Los Angeles, California. The basin covers an area of 8 acres and was constructed as an effort to supply water to what was back then the city of Eagle Rock. The reservoir is located off the Ventura Freeway connecting Pasadena and Glendale.

128. Encino Reservoir

Encino Reservoir
4.5 /5

27 km
from city center
128 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Drive north up Mulholland drive near Encino, Los Angeles, and you’ll find this massive 3-billion gallon reservoir, the Encino Reservoir, tucked away at the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains. The reservoir was originally constructed and commissioned in the late 1910s and has provided a constant water supply to the hillside residents of Santa Monica Mountains and the town of Encino.

129. Ernest Debs Park Reservoir

Ernest Debs Park Reservoir
4.5 /5

6 km
from city center
129 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Located within the Ernest. E. Debs Regional Park is the Ernest Debs Park Reservoir. It is a small but useful lake that provides water for the flora and fauna of the area and the local residents around the park. Although not permitted, the visitors usually come to the lake to partake in fishing since it is filled with bass, bluegill’s and bullhead’s. It is estimated that this small reservoir was constructed in the 1970s as a source of storage of water.

130. Alondra Golf course

Alondra Golf course
5.0 /5

21 km
from city center
130 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The alondra golf course is located in Prairie Avenue in Lawndale California. This course is spread over 6,615 yards and is known to be a championship golf course. This course is comparatively quite easy and flat with over 18 holes. This course is the perfect spot to enjoy a short game of golf. The short and slightly elevated grasslands makes it a rather easier game of golf as compared to most courses.

131. Franklin Canyon Reservoir

Franklin Canyon Reservoir
4.5 /5

17 km
from city center
131 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Possibly one of the famous lakes on TV, the Franklin Canyon Reservoir, also dubbed the Upper Franklin Canyon Reservoir, this reservoir located within the Franklin Canyon Park is just south of California, right in the backyard of the famous Beverly Hills of Los Angeles. The park and reservoir here have been used for many famous scenes in Hollywood movies & TV shows, with its close proximity to the studios.

132. Girard Reservoir

Girard Reservoir
4.5 /5

36 km
from city center
132 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

A former reservoir, now converted into a park, the Girard Reservoir is located north of the Mulholland Drive of Los Angeles, California. This was originally constructed in 1923 by the LADWP as a source of water for the neighborhoods surrounding the Woodland Hills. The basin was, however, drained in the 1980’s and decommissioned. It’s since been covered by trees and bushes.

133. Hansen Dam Lake

Hansen Dam Lake
4.5 /5

10,397 km
from city center
133 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Hansem Dam is a dam built in the Lake View Terrace neighborhood of Los Angeles in 1940 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The reservoir, also known as the Hansem Dam Lake, is a 1,300 acre basin for storing water supplied to the closeby neighborhoods.. Located within the dam premises is the Hansen Dam Recreation Centre and the Hansem Dam Recreation Lake where there’s plenty for visitors to do to keep themselves entertained while enjoying the view of the dam.

134. Black Star Canyon Falls

Black Star Canyon Falls

61 km
from city center
134 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Black Star Canyon Falls is one of Orange County’s most elusive waterfalls with a scenic hiking trail lined with mature oaks and floral bushes. Flanked with serene bridges for birdwatching, this waterfall is unlike any other in Southern California since it has both a natural and a man-made outlet. The surrounding valley and canyon park boasts of tropical and semi-arid plantation beds along the plunging Black Star Creek.

135. Hollenbeck Lake

Hollenbeck Lake
4.5 /5

3 km
from city center
135 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

A man-made lake built within Hollenbeck Park, the Hollenbeck Lake adds to the lushness of the park that was created in 1892 in the neighborhood of Boyle Heights, Los Angeles. A very pristine and well maintained park, it has proven to be an oasis since its inception and has been a favourite of the residents who come out in the wee hours of the morning to relax and unwind themselves around the lake with many features such as a picnic area, grassy knolls, playgrounds for children and a skateboard park for the youth. People often come in for fishing in the lake too.

136. Lake Balboa

Lake Balboa
4.5 /5

29 km
from city center
136 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

A quaint district, a beautiful large lake and an interactive park all packed together in this San Fernando Valley region is Lake Balboa of Los Angeles, California. The lake in the Anthony C.Beilenson Park is referred to as Lake Balboa apart from the district itself and is large enough to accommodate various recreational activities including pedal boats, kayaking and fishing. Home to swans, ducks and geese, the lake is a beautiful sight to sore eyes. Spread around the park on the periphery of the lake is also a 1.3-mile jogging path for the daily joggers and to have a romantic stroll with your partner or spend time with your family.

137. Lake Hollywood

Lake Hollywood
4.5 /5

11 km
from city center
137 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Located in the Hollywood hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, overlooked by the world-famous “Hollywood” Sign is Lake Hollywood, also referred to as the Hollywood Reservoir. Built by the Mulholland Dam and designed by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power in 1924, the lake has a capacity of 7,900 acre-feet with a depth of 183 feet. The area surrounding the lake is called the “Lake Hollywood Park” where families and tourists often visit to spend time at the park which hosts plenty of activities including a children’s play area and picnic tables & benches for picnicking while gazing at the Hollywood sign.

138. Lake Machado

Lake Machado
4.5 /5

30 km
from city center
138 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Lake Machado (or) Machado Lake as it’s known here, is a 231-acre oasis in the Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park of Harbor City, Los Angeles. A lake catering to a diverse set of people, flora and fauna, Machado Lake is home to over 300 species of migratory birds in its peak season. Plenty of trails adorn the surroundings that keeps a view of the lake in plain sight all along. It’s also home to plenty of native plant species that are a part of the natural water habitat of South California. The residents of Harbor city come down to kayak and sail here on a regular basis.

139. Lincoln Park Lake

Lincoln Park Lake
4.5 /5

46 km
from city center
139 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

One of the first parks to be established in the city of Los Angeles, the Lincoln Park houses a large lake called the Lincoln Park Lake, originally the East Lake after the park's original name of East Los Angeles Park. The lake has a recreation centre where children and adults come in to play various sports and activities While others who wish to have a quiet day in the park have the option of picnicking with park benches & tables spread across the lawn. Seniors of the neighborhoods spend their time here at the senior center and take a stroll around the lake.

140. Los Angeles Japanese Garden Lake

Los Angeles Japanese Garden Lake
4.5 /5

73 km
from city center
140 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Japanese Garden in Los Angeles was built as a center for experiencing the authentic Japanese culture and stands a symbol of friendship between the city and Japan. With various elements that adds to the whole feel as if you were actually in the country, the garden also has probably one of the most beautiful and intricately detailed lake within the park that looks like it came straight out of Japan itself, filled with turtles and fishes. Considered as a retreat for the locals and tourists from the hustle of the city, this garden is located in the Lake Balboa District.

141. MacArthur Park Lake

MacArthur Park Lake
4.5 /5

3 km
from city center
141 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

A beautiful neighborhood park with a view of downtown LA, the MacArthur Park located in Westlake, Los Angeles, houses the MacArthur Park Lake which provides a glimpse of the skyscrapers lining the city. This lake is fed by the natural springs from the aquifers underground. With a nice little beach on the shores of the lake, it also provides visitors a chance to spend time during the day playing various sports, feeding the ducks in the lake and relaxing by the lake.

142. Reseda Park Lake

Reseda Park Lake
4.5 /5

31 km
from city center
142 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

A hidden gem of Tarzana, Los Angeles, the Reseda Park and Lake is a small park located close to the Lake Balboa Park. With apartments and houses located close to the park, the residents come in for their early morning/evening strolls. The lake is also home to various ducks and geese that are often fed by the visitors. Fishing is also carried on a low scale in certain parts of the lake. There’s plenty of free parking available on the streets adjoining the park. A recreational center is found within the park where sports clinics and various other activities for seniors are conducted regularly.

143. Rowena Reservoir

Rowena Reservoir
4.0 /5

7 km
from city center
143 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

An oasis right in the middle of the Hyperion Avenue and Rowena Avenue and just off the Golden State Freeway, the Rowena Reservoir is a very picturesque lake that provides a 360-degree view of the neighborhood. A 10-million gallon reservoir that is largely underground now, it’s fenced off and restricted for public access despite strong protests from the locals to open it.

144. Silver Lake Reservoir

Silver Lake Reservoir
4.0 /5

5 km
from city center
144 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Silver Lake Reservoir is a reservoir complex located in the Silver Lake Community of Los Angeles, California. It comprises two concrete-lined basins, the Ivanhoe reservoir and the Silver Lake, divided by a spillway. The reservoir is considered to be the heart of water supply for the city of LA to over 600,000 homes in downtown and South LA, owned and operated by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. However, due to environmental damages, Silver Lake remains offline permanently with only Ivanhoe currently online.

145. Stone Canyon Reservoir

Stone Canyon Reservoir
4.0 /5

20 km
from city center
145 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Situated high above the city of LA, California, in the Santa Monica Mountains at about 847 feet above the sea level, are the Stone Canyon and Upper Stone Canyon Reservoirs. Designed and built-in 1924, it was built with an original capacity of 9,900,000 m3. However, upgrades over the years have increased the capacity of the upper reservoir to 139 million gallons of water and the larger lower reservoir can store up to 3.38 billion gallons of water. Due to various contaminants from the lower stone canyon water, the lower reservoir has been decommissioned and no longer provides water directly to its customers.

146. Toluca Lake

Toluca Lake
4.5 /5

15 km
from city center
146 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Nestled away in the San Fernando Valley, about 12 miles from downtown Los Angeles, is the quaint neighbourhood of Toluca Lake. The name is derived from the private natural lake here, Toluca Lake, with its primary source of water from the Los Angeles River and is looked after by the property owners in the vicinity. With a mere population of just around 8,000, it is home to private homeowners. But has also been home to various celebrities including Steve Carrell, Miley Cyrus, Hillary Duff, etc.

147. Art Share LA

Art Share LA
Must visit 5.0 /5

1 km
from city center
147 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Art Share LA is an art center in Los Angeles, California. Art Share was instituted by Chip Austin Hunter in 1997 as an affordable housing project and community arts center. This not-for-profit art center embraces two exhibition galleries i.e., the main gallery & the perimeter gallery, a sound smothering recording room, diversified classrooms, and a theater performance expanse for live streaming. The mission of Art Share is to offer opportunities to artists by providing a creative environment to them for performing, exhibiting, & developing.

148. Artspace Warehouse

Artspace Warehouse
Must visit 5.0 /5

10 km
from city center
148 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Artspace Warehouse is an art gallery in Los Angeles, California. It is a large Art gallery that offers original urban, pop, photo, & abstract art-pieces by various budding as well as artists and local as well as international artists. Artspace Warehouse offers museum comparable quality artworks at reasonable prices. All their artworks are on exhibits hosted in their 5000 sq. ft. art gallery. A free parking facility is there, behind the gallery.

149. Jeffrey Deitch

Jeffrey Deitch
Must visit 5.0 /5

10 km
from city center
149 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Jeffrey Deitch is an art gallery in Los Angeles, California. Jeffrey Deitch is an artist, writer, curator, dealer, and advisor. He has been involved with modern and contemporary art for around fifty years. He established his art gallery in Los Angeles with international & popular Chinese artist & dissident Ai WeiWei. The first exhibition hosted in Jeffrey Deitch Art Gallery was the solo exhibit of artwork by Ai Weiwei.

150. Kohn Gallery

Kohn Gallery
Must visit 5.0 /5

10 km
from city center
150 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Kohn Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in Los Angeles, California. The gallery was founded in 1985 by Michael Kohn, an art critic for Arts Magazine & former Flash Art Magazine editor. This stylish gallery focuses on pop-art, modern masters, & fantastic collections at a 12,000 sq. ft. space. For over 24 years, the Kohn Gallery has maintained space in L.A. The Kohn Gallery has hosted several exhibitions in Los Angeles from historically notable exhibitions to enticing contemporary exhibitions, devising meaningful contexts to establish links to the greater art historical persistence.

151. Angeles National Forest

Angeles National Forest
5.0 /5

37 km
from city center
151 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Angeles National Forest is situated in the San Gabriel Mountains & Sierra Pelona Mountains, principally lying amid Los Angeles County. It was formed by Executive Order in 1892. It is spread over 700,000 acres of land and is the backyard playground to the vast metropolitan area of Los Angeles. In the Angeles National Forest - San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, camping, off-roading vehicle travel, fishing, picnicking, winter snow skiing, and many more activities.

152. Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
Must visit 5.0 /5

209 km
from city center
152 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is a vast desert park in Borrego Springs, California. It is the largest state park in California with about five hundred miles of dirt roads and 12 wilderness areas. The park has many miles of sandy hiking trails and wildflowers fields with trees & thorny cacti plants that offer an exclusive experience of the California Desert. It is situated on the eastern side of San Diego County, with some portions extended to Imperial County in the east and Riverside County in the north.

153. Big Bear Lake

Big Bear Lake
Must visit 5.0 /5

124 km
from city center
153 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Big Bear Lake is a mountain Lake & recreational area situated in the heart of Southern California. It lies close to Phoenix and Las Vegas. The Big Bear Lake is a gem of the San Bernardino National Forest, renowned for remarkable fishing, kayaking, hiking, snowboarding & skiing, mountain biking, and much more. Big Bear Lake is one of the ideal places for camping. There are just so many activities to do. It has many hiking trails, and during the summer, visitors can swim and enjoy boating. Boat rentals are available at the site.

154. Disneyland LA

Disneyland LA
Must visit 5.0 /5

40 km
from city center
154 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Disneyland is a renowned amusement park & recreational destination in Anaheim, California. It lies around half an hour southeast of Los Angeles. Disneyland is a major attraction with global fame that offers fun for the whole family. There are two parks situated at the site. There is the traditional Disneyland Park and the California Adventure Park as well. You can enjoy all the magic and fun that you contemplate from Disney.

155. Knott's Berry Farm

Knott's Berry Farm
Must visit 5.0 /5

32 km
from city center
155 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

Knott's Berry Farm is a world-famous theme park in Buena Park in California. This place was once a small roadside berry stand & Chicken dinner restaurant that has grown today into a much popular theme park in Southern California. The Cedar Fair Entertainment Company owns and operates Knott's Berry Farm.

156. Legoland California Resort

Legoland California Resort
Must visit 5.0 /5

135 km
from city center
156 out of 169
places to visit in Los Angeles

The Legoland California Resort is a theme park & miniature park in Carlsbad, California. This park is based on the popular Lego toy brand. It is situated 30 minutes distant from San Diego and one hour far from Anaheim. It is an interactive destination offering an amazing theme park experience for the whole family, including children from ages 2 to 12 years. This park features above 58 rides, several shows, & other attractions. This resort homes the Sea Life Aquarium and the world's first Legoland Water Park.

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How can I commute within Los angeles?

Public transportation in LA is decent, but not overly impressive. The Metro Rail and the public bus are the two most popular means of mass public transport here. Various different companies provide bus services in the city, and the subway system runs across 8 lines. Having a TAP Card is the easiest way to get through payments in these modes. It is a rechargeable card which is accepted in buses and metros. The best way to get around LA is by hiring a car. It is a very easy task in the city, and the roads are not confusing. However, be vary of traffic, and avoid travelling during office rush hours. Cabs also run throughout the city, though you'll have to book them. This makes it a very time consuming and expensive task, so hiring a car remains the best way to get around the city.
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What are the top hotels in Los angeles?

There are 1134 Hotels in Los angeles which can be booked through Holidify. The most popular hotels in Los angeles are The Villa Sophia Guest House, Hollywood Hills Sanctuary, Dwell At The Beach, Santa Monica Pier Townhouse, Hollywood Hills Home, Pool, Views, Lake, Romantic Melrose Retreat - Relax in the Sunshine. You can see all the hotels in Los angeles here
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