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You can spend all day and night trying to catch a glimpse of a celebrity, but if you really want to see some stars then head up to the Griffith Observatory. With free admission and an... Full review →
This 72-year-old Greek Revival landmark on a hilltop in Griffith Park is one of L.A.'s most recognizable icons, forever enshrined in the zeitgeist by the movie Rebel Without a Cause.
High on a hillside overlooking the city, the Griffith Observatory is one of the most celebrated icons of Los Angeles. Full review →
Made world-famous in the film Rebel Without a Cause, Griffith Observatory's bronze domes have been Hollywood Hills landmarks since 1935. Full review →
Its planetarium boasts the world’s most advanced star projector, and astronomical displays touch on the evolution of the telescope, and the ultraviolet x-rays used to map our solar system. Full review →
From a promontory on the south slope of 1,625ft Mt. Hollywood, Griffith Park's highest peak, this Art Deco observatory (1935) was donated by Col. Griffith at a cost of $255,780. Full review →
Get your science on. Full review →
One of the most well known Art Deco buildings in LA (thanks to James Dean, Rebel Without A Cause) built in 1933, the Griffith Observatory is one of the best places to see the sunset, the... Full review →
"If every person could look through that telescope," declared Griffith J Griffith, "it would revolutionize the world". Full review →
Los Angeles institution, the Griffith Observatory opened in 1935 with the mission of “inspiring everyone to observe, ponder, and understand the sky.” Full review →