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ATTRACTIONS & ENTERTAINMENT

  • 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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  • STAPLES Center

    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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  • 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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  • GRAMMY Museum L.A. LIVE

    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.

  • Guerilla Tacos

    A one-time food truck turned restaurant and bar, this lively spot serves Mexican street food made with local ingredients. Sit indoors or outside.

  • 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.

  • Mikkeller Bar

    Dubbed “the best beer bar in LA,” this downtown hotspot changes its draft list daily, pouring an assortment of stouts, sour ales, IPAs, and lagers alongside tasty house-smoked sausages.

  • Smorgasburg

    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.