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Sightseeing in Los Angeles

Concert Hall
“At least take a tour, beautiful little park hide everywhere, amazing acostics, all TEAK inside gorgeous outside too”
255 locals recommend
Boat or Ferry
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“If you stand on the bow and sing the Celine Dion song from Titanic security comes and escorts you off the boat.”
217 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“The sight "never gets old" when you see this Frank Gehry space. Don't even need to go inside”
128 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Great place to see the famous Walk of Fame of every star who has graced Hollywood. Enjoy exploring and learning more about the world's most famous sidewalk and the celebrities it honors!”
103 locals recommend
Lake
“Great jogging/sight seeing area if you would like to just walk around to feel the neighborhood. During fall the water lilies bloom and it's very pretty. Beware of homeless people because they will be tenting out and the smell might bother you (Welcome to Los Angeles.) But it's a cute little park with so many other shops to stop by!”
305 locals recommend
Hotel
“Hang out by the pool bar, valued at over $1 Million. Enjoy Hollywood Glamour from the place where the first oscars was held.”
164 locals recommend
Movie Theater
“Movie palace on the historic Hollywood Walk of Fame. Also known as Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.”
498 locals recommend
Tourist Information Center
“Get up close and personal with some of your favorite celebrities at the wax museum . Just down the street from the suite.”
54 locals recommend
Cemetery
“...where you can still visit Rudolph Valentino, the three stooges, Clara Bow et al... just don’t ask for an autograph!”
157 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“The best place to fly a kite! Come to where they filmed the movie, "The Usual Suspects." Enjoy the view, plan an outdoor pic nic and take in this often overlooked beach city, San Pedro. ”
25 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“A trip to LA wouldn't be a trip without a few pics at the infamous Venice sign.”
17 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“See the Chinese theatre the hand and footprints of the stars. Go to Hollywood and Highland to the shopping mall. Do a open bus tour and see the Highlights in Hollywood. Go to the wax museum, the Hollywood museum.”
5 locals recommend
Sculpture Garden
“Chris Burden’s Urban Light, a piece made up of 202 cast-iron street lamps gathered from around L.A. and restored to working order, that stands outside of the massive museum. ”
13 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“Famous landmark silver swervy building, designed by frank Gehry. Many photo ops here, and be sure to ask how to get to the flower on the roof! If you like classical music, make sure you go to a perfomance in the all wood hall, where there is no bad seat, and amazing acoustics ”
3 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
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“Helms Bakery District is a historical Los Angeles destination, with award-winning restaurants, a unique collection of design and home furnishings stores, and simply a perfect place to meet with friends. This landmark building nestled in the heart of West L.A. is easy to get to and located just one block east of the Metro Expo Line. Join us for a day of food, furniture and fun.”
8 locals recommend
Historic Site
“A little Calabasas History then Stroll the Park Grab a bite at the Peddlers Fork, The Six or for Music and outdoor Patio the SageBrush Cantina”
8 locals recommend