Attractions & Entertainment Arena
Home to the Los Angeles Lakers and five other professional sports teams, this modern, multi-purpose arena is the epicenter of LA’s sports scene.
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LA Memorial Coliseum
Home of the USC Trojans and LA Rams, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is a treasured source of pride of Angelenos, earning the name “the greatest stadium in the world.”
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Walt Disney Concert Hall
One of the world’s most acoustically sophisticated concert halls, the Walt Disney Concert Hall is among Frank Gehry’s most acclaimed architectural works.
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Microsoft Theater
Located within L.A. Live, this 7,100-seat music and theater venue features one of the largest indoor stages in the country.
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This educational museum shines the spotlight on Grammy Award winners though interactive touch-screen exhibits, videos, and historical artifacts.
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L.A. Live
Adjacent to the STAPLES Center, this sprawling entertainment complex includes the Grammy Museum, a 14-screen movie theater, dozens of restaurants, and more.
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The Broad
Offering free admission to its permanent collection of nearly 2,000 works, this contemporary art museum (and its striking honeycomb design) is a must-see for art lovers.
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The Museum of Contemporary Art
LA’s only museum devoted exclusively to modern art, the MOCA features a beautifully curated collection of works ranging from pop art to abstract expressionism.
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Hollywood Sign
Erected in 1923, the iconic Hollywood Sign began life as an advertising gimmick but today it’s a world-famous landmark and perfect destination for an LA day hike.
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Hollywood Walk of Fame
The star-studded Hollywood Walk of Fame is a beloved stretch of cinematic history lined with the names of celebrities.
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Griffith Observatory
Commanding views of downtown LA and in-depth space and science exhibits make this 1935 art deco landmark a visitor favorite. Admission to the building and grounds is free.
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Little Tokyo
Home to the largest Japanese-American population in North America, the Little Tokyo Historic District was founded in 1905 and became a National Historic Landmark District in 1995.

Grand Central Market
A downtown hub for flowers, food and off-beat events, this 30,000-square-foot market has celebrating LA culture and cuisine non-stop since 1917.

The Last Bookstore
With 22,000 square feet of local art, records and books, The Last Bookstore is California’s largest store for new and used books and records.

The Container Yard
This sprawling arts center housed in a downtown LA warehouse is packed with street art exhibits, cultural events, and musical performances.

Everson Royce Bar
A sleek addition to LA’s cocktail scene, this stylish spot is perfect for sipping drinks outdoors or cozying up in a banquette near the indoor bar.

Casual lunch & dinner destination for Northern Mexican–style tacos with grilled meats & vegetables.

Go Get Em Tiger
Possibly LA’s favorite coffee purveyor, Go Get Em Tiger opened its newest location in the Arts District, a natural fit for a company devoted to the fine art of making coffee.

From Texas BBQ to Peruvian tacos to Korean dumplings, this gigantic open-air food market brings local vendors together every Sunday, rain or shine, to serve a bounty of goodness.

Seven Grand & Bar Jackalope
Seven Grand features one of the largest selections of whiskey in the West. Alongside hand-crafted cocktails, live music, pool tables, Seven Grand is home to Bar Jackalope, a tasting room that's home to the Whiskey Society; a unique membership program providing guests the opportunity to further explore the spirit via education and experimentation with tastings featuring Master Distillers, International Brand Ambassadors, and notable members of the liquor industry.

Blu Jam Café
Bustling American café popular for sustainable, creative & Euro-accented breakfasts served all day. Their signature Crunchy French Toast is not to be missed. Gluten free & vegan menu options available as well.

Daikokuya Little Tokyo
Rice bowls & ramen have customers lined out the door at this small Japanese restaurant.

Prime Pizza Little Tokyo
Old-fashioned space for classic pizza pies (or slices), garlic knots & salads.

Clifton's Republic
Low-lit, legendary venue offering cocktails & American plates amid taxidermy & nature dioramas. Don't skip their hidden jungle paradise Pacific Seas for tiki cocktails.

Cassell's Hamburgers DTLA
A modern take on the classic hamburger stand with milkshakes and malts, a 50s style breakfast menu, a coffee bar, house made pies, and a fully stocked bar. Pro tip: order your food to go and enjoy it at neighboring watering hole Golden Gopher.

Las Perlas
His Oaxacan style cantina exists as a living tribute to Mexico’s native spirit, mezcal, with the finest selection of over 450 premium agave spirits available in the United States. Enjoy cocktails, live music, and delicious tacos served on the patio.

Little Damage
Soft-serve ice cream shop known for its signature charcoal cones & rotating list of out-of-the-box flavors.

Cole's French Dip & The Varnish
Landmark saloon known for French dip sandwiches & classic cocktails, plus hidden speakeasy The Varnish in back.

A modern take on a classic arcade that combines retro video games, pinball machines & craft cocktails.

Arts District Brewing Company
Lofty brewhouse for house draft beers, games, bar bites, and a full bar.

Hip & sceney beer hall serves exotic links such as rabbit & snake, plus fries & imported brews.

Homebound Brew Haus
Dodger-loving Brew Haus & Beer Garden stashed away at Union Station LA. The perfect place to watch a Dodgers game, or pre game before hopping on the Dodger Stadium Express to watch in person.