in Los Angeles, CA
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3400 N Beachwood Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90068 Directions
Be blown away by the spectacular sights of nature near the Hollywood Sign. Pack a picnic and watch the sun dance across the Hollywood Hills as it lights up this iconic landmark. Or, take a walk outdoors along the Mt. Hollywood Trail in Griffith Park to get as up close and personal to the sign as allowed.
Hollywood Walk of Fame
Hollywood Blvd at Vine St
Hollywood, CA 90068 Directions
Tour the official Hollywood Walk of Fame outside of Grauman's Chinese Theatre. The street is paved with the handprints - and occasionally the prints of other body parts - celebrity stars and signatures of Hollywood icons. As you walk down the world's most famous sidewalk, you will meet the characters of Hollywood Boulevard-the street performers and vendors who have taken to the Walk of Fame over the decades.
Hollywood Wax Museum
6767 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028 Directions
Welcome to the house of wax. Hollywood Wax Museum features 180 life-like wax models of famous people and characters that have influenced the realms of entertainment, history and politics. Pose next to your favorite stars for a memorable souvenir photograph. Strike a pose with three generations of James Bond, stand on the red carpet with Samuel L. Jackson or practice your karate moves with Charlie's Angels at this fun attraction.
La Brea Tar Pits
5801 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036 Directions
Learn about the Ice Age at the La Brea Tar Pits near the Page Museum. One of the world's most famous attractions for fossil localities, the La Brea Tar Pits provide a window into the past through plant and animal fossils. The Page Museum displays the collection of found specimens (including giant mammoths and saber-toothed cats), and offers the opportunity to watch bones being cleaned and repaired in the Laboratory.
8001 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90046 Directions
Laugh 'til your sides hurt at the Laugh Factory. Living up to its name, the Laugh Factory was recognized as "the #1 comedy club in the country" by USA Today. This world famous comedy club attraction has hosted comedians like Dane Cook, Ellen DeGeneres, Jay Leno, Chris Rock and Jon Stewart. You can also catch new comedians and rising stars at open mic night.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036 Directions
Admire art, collected from ancient to modern times, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. With over 100,000 pieces dating from all points in history, LACMA's seven-building complex is the largest encyclopedic museum west of Chicago and has reached international notoriety. Besides both permanent collections and traveling exhibits, the museum also hosts film and concert series.
Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens
5333 Zoo Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90027 Directions
Bring your wild things to the Los Angeles Zoo. Located in Griffith Park, this zoo features plenty of animals and activities that the family will love. Walk around the different exhibits and attractions to see animals in replicated habitats. Have a personal animal encounter at the petting zoo or through the Animals & You Program. Watch a performance by the birds and learn about their behavior in nature.
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
7662 Beach Blvd
Buena Park, CA 90620 Directions
Watch a live jousting performance while you tear into your delicious dinner with your bare hands. At the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, you join a section and cheer for your knight as he competes against five others for the title of King's Champion. Raise your voice and experience the thrill of watching armored knights fight on horseback and with swords.
777 Chick Hearn Ct
Los Angeles, CA 90015 Directions
Experience live entertainment and attractions in a new way at the Microsoft Theater formerly Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE. Opened in 2007, this indoor venue offers 7,100 seats, none of which are more than 220 feet away from the stage. This gives the theatre a sense of intimacy not found in similarly sized theaters. Watch live performances by favorite bands and artists or see a broadcast or film on one of the 14 screens.
Million Dollar Theatre
307 S Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90013 Directions
The historic movie palace, Million Dollar Theater, was built by entrepreneur Sid Grauman before his Egyptian Theatre and Grauman's Chinese Theatre. The Million Dollar Theatre has been preserved for its unique and extraordinary architecture, even though the building lay abandoned for two years. Re-opened in 2008, the theater currently shows live Spanish theater.