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Sightseeing in Los Angeles

Historic Site
“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! ”
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Concert Hall
“You can just walk in and het inspired by the fanous concert hall. Interior was not so amazing as the building looked from outside. Still I recommend it!”
257local recommendations
Boat or Ferry
“1936 Ocean liner with a rich European and American history! Stop by the Observation bar for a cocktail in the original vintage atmosphere, or grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants on board. Fourth of July and New Years Eve events are spectacular with fireworks shows! ”
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Concert Hall
“The sight "never gets old" when you see this Frank Gehry space. Don't even need to go inside”
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“An urban park with pedal boats and a fantastic coffee shop on the water. From our door, around the park and back, the walk is exactly three miles.”
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Monument / Landmark
“Locals never stop by and you may be disappointed but it's something that should be done at least once in your life if you're in LA ”
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“Hang out by the pool bar, valued at over $1 Million. Enjoy Hollywood Glamour from the place where the first oscars was held.”
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Movie Theater
“Movie palace on the historic Hollywood Walk of Fame. Also known as Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.”
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Tourist Information Center
“STARS AT HOLLYWOOD WAX MUSEUM Imagine getting out of your limo, the red carpet meeting your feet, and your favorite stars all around you… you adjust your tiara (yep!), link arms with “name your favorite award winner here!” and you turn and smile for the assembled photographers… err… your adoring fans… we mean… your friends and family… who are all having a blast posing too! Each Hollywood scene gives you the chance to be star among the stars. Take selfies, dance with divas, mingle at an A-list cocktail party, pump iron with Hollywood heavyweights, and so much more. You’ll find the perfect props and accessories along the way to make your experience even more fun and your photos the best. There’s seriously no denying the lifelike presence you’ll feel when you walk straight up to every expertly-crafted wax figure. And, you get to know more about the stars you love – their pets, pet peeves, side businesses, charity work, and more. It’s a brush with fame that will have you laughing together and feeling a bit exhilarated too.”
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Monument / Landmark
“The most common question we receive is: What is the address for the Hollywood Sign? The Hollywood Sign has no address because it is not accessible by car or public transportation. The only option for viewing the Hollywood Sign point-blank is to hike”
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“bring a picnic lunch. see where famous actors are buried. Rudolph Valentino Micky Rooney See the wonderful wild peacocks”
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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. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“A trip to LA wouldn't be a trip without a few pics at the infamous Venice sign.”
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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 ”
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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. ”
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“A little part of California/Spain history Park and Rose Garden across the street. ”
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