Located in Anaheim, just off the 5 Freeway.
- Knott's Berry Farm
Enjoy roller coasters, water rides and get your photo taken with Snoopy at one of California's best amusement parks.
- Six Flags Magic Mountain
If you're a roller coaster junkie, Magic Mountain is the amusement park for you!
- The Getty
This spectacular museum boasts a most impressive collection by such luminaries as Van Gogh, Monet and Cezanne, along with the architectural triumph of its six buildings and gardens.
- Walt Disney Concert Hall
Designed by architect Frank Gehry, Walt Disney Concert Hall, new home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, is designed to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world, providing both visual and aural intimacy for an unparalleled musical experience.
- Griffith Observatory
A non-profit space observatory located in Griffith Park whose purpose is to provide the public with information on astronomy and related sciences.
- Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
The county's natural history museum has a new Dinosaur Hall containing three T. rex specimens. Children will enjoy the interactive Discover Center and live animal and story presentations.
- Universal Studios Hollywood
Get ready for the ultimate Hollywood experience! Find a full day of action-packed entertainment all in one place: thrilling theme park rides and shows, a real working movie studio, and Los Angeles’ best shops, restaurants and cinemas at CityWalk. Universal Studios Hollywood is a unique experience that’s fun for the whole family.
- Runyon Canyon Park
Located off Mulholland Drive in the Hollywood Hills, this park is especially loved by dog-lovers since they can hike with their dogs without a leash.
- Kodak Theatre
Home of the Academy Awards, Kodak Theater offers a 30-minute guided tour that includes a visit to the theater, VIP room and Oscar history. Activities include group tours and walking tours.
- Angels Flight Railway
The historic Angels Flight Railway (no apostrophe in "Angels") opened in Downtown Los Angeles in 1901. It operated for 68 years, with the fare increasing from one cent to a nickel. After much of the Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project was completed, the Railway reopened in 1996 -- at 351 South Hill Street, about a half-block south of its original location.
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