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Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center

Just a few blocks from the main campus of UCLA in L.A.’s Westwood neighborhood, this mostly-modern-art museum (known locally as “the Hammer”) is run by UCLA’s ...  Read more

Autry National Center

The most popular outpost of this unique educational center, the Museum of the American West, was created in 1988 by Western movie star and country recording ...  Read more

Bradbury Building

One of the oldest still-standing structures in Los Angeles, this National Historic Landmark was built in 1893 for mining millionaire and real estate developer ...  Read more

California Science Center

A joint project between the State of California and the California Science Center Foundation, this is the largest interactive science center on the West Coast. ...  Read more

CBS Television City

Set behind The Grove (L.A.’s most popular mall) and the Original Farmer’s Market, this television studio complex in the Fairfax District is often defined by ...  Read more

Citadel Outlets

Located on the I-5 Freeway, 10 minutes south of Downtown L.A., this fortress-like, faux-Mesopotamian complex houses the city’s only shopping outlets. (The ...  Read more

Comedy Store

Since the early 1970s, the Comedy Store has been famous for launching the careers of some of the biggest stars in stand-up comedy. Mitzi Shore (mother of ...  Read more

Dodger Stadium

The home of the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012, making it the third oldest baseball stadium in the Major League. With a seating ...  Read more

Gamble House

A 1908 Arts & Crafts treasure that was joinery-built without a single nail showing, this former family home (designed for the co-founder of Procter & Gamble) ...  Read more

Getty Villa

The older of two Getty museums in the Los Angeles area, this sprawling, elegant compound of new and old stone buildings is dedicated to Greek, Roman and ...  Read more

Glendale Galleria

Once one of the largest, most-visited malls in America, the Glendale Galleria was first opened in 1976 and remains popular today, despite the presence of the ...  Read more

Grammy Museum

Opened in 2008 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Grammy Awards, the music industry's biggest accolade, this major attraction at Downtown L.A.'s ...  Read more

Greystone Mansion and Park

Built in 1928 as the lavish wedding present from oil tycoon Edward Doheny to his son Edward “Ned” Doheny, Jr. and his wife Lucy, this 55-room, 16-acre Tudor ...  Read more

Hollyhock House

Colloquially referred to as “Barnsdall,” this distinctive 1921 mansion set atop Olive Hill in L.A.’s Los Feliz neighborhood was created by Frank Lloyd Wright ...  Read more

Hollywood and Vine

The intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street in Hollywood is the center of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. This popular stretch of sidewalk runs along ...  Read more

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