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Hollywood Walk of Fame

If you can stomach the suspect superheroes, claustrophobia-inducing crowds and never-ending line of gift shops, tattoo parlors and lingerie stores, there’s actually a lot of old Hollywood history and glamour to discover along the...

Figtree’s Cafe & Grill

Figtree's has been a fixture on the Venice Boardwalk since 1978 and it's a brilliant spot to kick back, relax and watch the daily parade, with the Pacific as the backdrop. Serving fresh—often organic—fare,...

Griffith Observatory

"If every person could look through that telescope," declared Griffith J Griffith, "it would revolutionize the world." More than 80 years after this iconic building opened, the world remains unrevolutionized, and the city smog...

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

The history of moviemaking will have a home in Los Angeles in 2017, when the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is scheduled to open. Located next to LACMA in the Wilshire May Company buildling...

Craft & Folk Art Museum

LA's only public showcase devoted to contemporary craft and community-based folk art continues to broaden its programming. Shows could take in anything from Venetian glassmaking to American printmaking, the circus-themed dioramas of Sonny King to...

Venice Beach and Boardwalk

People-watching is the raison d'être at Venice Beach, which effectively continues from the southern end of Santa Monica Beach without a break. Jump into the flow of the winding Venice Boardwalk, where you can...

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Recommended: See Top 10 works at LACMA While LACMA's collections have long been the most impressive in the city, the 20-acre complex of buildings in which they've been housed has been quite the reverse. A bewildering...

Rodeo Drive

Many people dream of being Julia Roberts shopping on Rodeo Drive, but few can afford to buy from the array of high-end designers seen in the film Pretty Woman. Window-shopping, then, is the order of...

Getty Center

Recommended: Getty Center to-go guide Los Angeles's hilltop acropolis was conceived as a home for the hitherto disparate entities of the J. Paul Getty Trust, but that's the only straightforward thing about it. Architect Richard Meier...

Museum of Jurassic Technology

Don't be fooled by the name: this is not some kind of Spielbergian dinosaurland. It's far more interesting than that. Hidden behind an unassuming, windowless storefront, David Wilson's Museum of Jurassic Technology presents itself...

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