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Once a hardworking industrial neighbourhood, today’s Downtown LA is a destination reborn with an emphasis on culture and green spaces.
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Spot movie stars and experience the glamour of show business at the legendary home of the American motion picture industry.
This trendy neighborhood is known for its diverse cultural heritage, 24-hour nightlife and eclectic entertainment options.
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West Los Angeles is known for its abundant dining options, and you can get around the area by hopping on the metro at Expo/SepulvedStation.
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Museums, bars, and art galleries highlight some of the noteworthy features of Westwood. Make a stop by Westwood Village or Fowler Museum while you're exploring the neighborhood.
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Reviewed on Jul 24, 2021
Los Angeles County centers on one of the world’s largest cities, with miles of public beaches, numerous golf courses, over 80 parks and outstanding cultural attractions. For a family trip with theme parks, a sophisticated big-city experience or a laid-back beach or golf vacation, fulfill your dreams here.
The city of Los Angeles offers unlimited cultural experiences. Visit the Getty museum and Getty Villa to appreciate art, architecture and gardens gifted by oil tycoon J. Paul Getty. Attend opera, ballet, dance or a rock concert at one of eight venues of the Music Center, L.A.’s celebrated performing arts complex.
North of downtown, explore Griffith Park and Griffith Observatory. Attend an event at the Greek Theatre, view the Hollywood sign or gaze into the night skies. Follow 53 miles (85 kilometers) of trails in this urban wilderness.
Investigate L.A.’s history, recorded in subject areas ranging from Hollywood and vintage cars in the Petersen Automotive Museum to 130,000 artworks in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to dinosaurs and 1 million Ice Age fossils at La Brea Tar Pits and Museum.
Hollywood has been a film capital for more than 100 years. See the famous Hollywood Bowl amphitheater. Come to Universal Studios Hollywood® in Universal City to tour the back lot of a working movie studio and enjoy thrill rides and attractions, including The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
L.A. County’s beaches extend for 25 miles (40 kilometers). Access the ocean on watercraft from Marina del Rey. Stroll along the boardwalk of Venice Beach and stop to watch body builders at Muscle Beach. Sunbathe on the clean sands and watch tanned surfers or try surfing yourself in Santa Monica Bay near its iconic pier. Tour the Battleship Iowa at the interactive naval museum at the L.A. Waterfront.
To serve its large and affluent population, Los Angeles County has outstanding shopping and dining. Visit the exclusive stores on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills and dine in eclectic restaurants, rubbing shoulders with celebrities.