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  • 76. Museum of Jurassic Technology

    4 out of 5 stars

    This is by far the strangest place I have ever been. It's supposedly a museum, but I have my doubts. Between the room dedicated to the dogs who died in the Russian space program (complete with hideous...

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  • 77. Food - Drink

    What a fun evening. Yes there is dinner, but you do not order from a menu, they bring you the fair they have fixed. It is served on pewter plates with no silverware. The crowd sits around the arena to...

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  • 78. Bungee Jumping

    One day my friends and I were sitting around complaining things had become a bit mundane, boring, lifeless... so we decided to jump off a bridge. When I looked up places in Southern California to do...

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  • 79. Museum of Contemporary Art - MOCA

    MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) on Grande Avenue is a regular haunt for the art lover that appreciates that oddball 20th century style works. In the picture shown is the on-going display, Chas’...

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  • 80. Koreatown

    Having a Korean Craving in Los Angeles? fear not as Lost Angeles has a large korea town district, stretching from Olympic Boulevard from Western Avenue to Vermont Avenue on the south, Vermont Avenue...

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  • 81. The Autry National Center

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Constructed in 1914 and celebrating its centennial this year, the Autry’s Historic Southwest Museum Mt. Washington Campus is the site of the ongoing conservation initiative of the Southwest Museum of...

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  • 82. Farmers' Market

    In 1880, a Mr. Gilmore bought a 256-acre dairy and farmhand at what is now the corner of 3rd & Fairfax. Fred Beck & Roger Dahlhjelm wanted to build a "Village" at the corner of 3rd & Fairfax where...

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  • 83. Central Library - Los Angeles Public Library

    I visited the Central Library, renamed for LA mayor Richard Riordan in 2001, on the LA Conservancy Historic Core tour but if you want a more in depth look at the history and architecture, our guide...

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  • 84. Lighthouses

    San Pedro makes for a nice day trip for the whole family, especially if you have an interest in maritime history. This South Bay city has a small town feel to it and there are some tasty, inexpensive...

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  • 85. Film - Movies

    Sunland Park is located in Sunland, California. Many film companies have used the park, especially during the silent and early talkie days. Today it is used by the community as a place of rest and...

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  • 86. Westwood

    Hidden behind the business towers of the Wilshire Corridor in Westwood is Los Angeles' best kept tourist secret. It is a small local non-religious cemetery where many celebrities are buried. Most...

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  • 87. Mulholland Drive

    The Mulholland Drive road winds along the top of Santa Monica Mountains and the Hollywood Hills. Along the road there are many view points of LA, Universal Studios, Hollywood sign, Hollywood bowl. You...

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  • 88. Norton Simon Museum

    5 out of 5 stars

    World class collection of art without being numbing. This is a very comfortable museum to check out some examples of some the greatest artists. From El Greco and Raphael, bove to the17th & 18th...

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  • 89. Mission San Fernando

    Built in 1797 this mission was California's fourth mission. It has one of the most extensive preserved grounds. This mission is also the final resting place of one of America's most famous comedians,...

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  • 90. Redondo Beach

    Redondo Beach is one of the Los Angeles area's most famous and popular beach towns. Besides the beautiful beach, you have a pier, King Harbor, lots of restaurants and plenty of nightlife. Our visit...

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  • 91. Runyon Canyon Overlook

    We were on an extended vacation during Late June 2014 and enjoy staying active and seeing new and different places. We had heard that parking can be fierce here so we decided to get their relatively...

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  • 92. Skyzone

    This place is fun for parties, group events or just an individual day of fun with your kids. It's all kind of trampolines, one where you jump into cubes of foam, one where you try to make a basket...

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  • 93. Huntington Beach

    While visiting Los Angeles, there is a great beach community just 30 minutes south that has great beaches, beautiful pier, and fun shops to buy great variety of things. My favorite is the Electric...

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  • 94. Nokia Theatre

    4 out of 5 stars

    Just opened the first week of December 2008! The Nokia LA Live is a huge entertainment center with clubs, restaurants, bowling and the Grammy Museum! Definitely, go at night. The lights and video...

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  • 95. Sports

    Steve Jordan's Acceleration Fitness studio is in Westwood on Wilshire blvd and open for private sessions by appointment only. I am currently training my own clients out of this studio and invite you...

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  • 96. Biking

    From a starter Greffit Park would I recommend and along reverside all the way to burbank Mountains down to Glendale and Altadena Mount Wilson highest peak in Los Angeles City but if you are avid...

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  • 97. San Gabriel Mission

    3 Down / 18 to Go! In hot pursuit of our goal to visit all 21 California missions, we spent a day at the San Gabriel Mission. Like with the other missions we have seen, it is a very interesting...

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  • 98. Parks - Gardens

    I have a very extensive family and many are buried in so many locations. I've working on my ancestry too, so it brought me here to find distance relatives. Its also where many famous Veterans are...

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  • 99. Vasquez Rocks

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Worth stopping by if you are in the area. I went to a star party here which was pretty cool. From Los Angeles, take the I-5 northbound to the Antelope Valley Freeway (14 east). Drive about 25...

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  • 100. Santa Anita Race Track

    Arcadia is about 10 minutes from Los Angeles (depending on traffic). This is one of the most beautiful tracks in California. The foothill mountains are the back drop and viewing from the infield is...

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Los Angeles Things to Do

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Los Angeles is the most populated city in California and is home to great activites for families. Some of my favorites things to do in LA are:

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