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13 reviews
Made world-famous in the film Rebel Without a Cause, Griffith Observatory's bronze domes have been Hollywood Hills landmarks since 1935. — Frommer's
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Central L.A
11 reviews
LA’s premier art museum, LACMA is an Aladdin’s cave of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts stretching across ages and borders. — Lonely Planet
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9 reviews
This is a nice escape from the big city if you have a day to spare while in Southern California. — Afar Magazine
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Downtown
11 reviews
This mouthwatering gathering place is the city's largest and most active food market. — Fodor's
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Westside
11 reviews
The Richard Meier-designed Getty Center has quickly assumed its place in the L.A. landscape (literally and figuratively) as the city's cultural acropolis and international mecca. — Frommer's
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Downtown
10 reviews
This gorgeous outdoor amphitheatre has been hosting concerts since the LA Philharmonic first played here in 1922. — Time Out
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Downtown
10 reviews
Eclectic and dramatic Victorian masterpiece that was featured in Blade Runner. — Not For Tourists
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10 reviews
More than just a place to see weird animal bones and models of long-extinct Homo sapiens. — Afar Magazine
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Downtown
9 reviews
This museum in an intriguing, honeycomb-looking building was created by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad (rhymes with "road") to showcase their stunning private collection of contemporary art. — Fodor's
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Westside
9 reviews
Art museum and cultural center that is free and open to the public! With over 300 programs a year, the Hammer Museum showcases a variety of happenings from lectures, screenings, to special exhibits. — On the Grid
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Central L.A
11 reviews
A bas-relief around four sides depicts life in the Pleistocene era, and the museum has more than 3 million Ice Age fossils. — Fodor's
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Central L.A
10 reviews
While most first-time Los Angeles visitors consider this to be a must-see stop, bear in mind there are many other attractions that define Hollywood that aren't a tourist trap with steep prices. — Fodor's
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8 reviews
Visit industrialist Norton Simon’s huge collection of fine art, including works by Degas, Renoir, Gauguin, and Cézanne. — Travel + Leisure
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8 reviews
A masterpiece of the Arts and Crafts movement, this house was the winter residence of David Gamble, heir of the Procter & Gamble soap company. — Michelin Guide
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Westside
7 reviews
Something of a local powerhouse, the Skirball aims to look at connections between 4,000 years of Jewish heritage and different communities around LA. — Time Out
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9 reviews
As the first universally accessible playground in the Western U.S. and the largest in the nation, this giant, jaw-dropping gem is the most popular playground in Los Angeles. — Time Out
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Downtown
7 reviews
This is one of L.A.'s early architectural achievements and the third-largest library in the United States. — Frommer's
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Central L.A
8 reviews
The Bowl as it's affectionately known around town, enjoys a glamorous history, and this is where you can literally listen to it, and watch it. — Lonely Planet
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6 reviews
The collection has grown to about 500,000 objects, including 12,000 baskets and many sculptures and ceremonial garments, only about 2 percent were on view at one time at its current site. — Michelin Guide
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Downtown
6 reviews
Head to the wildly entertaining interactive Grammy Museum—a space that brings the music industry's history to life. — Fodor's
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