10 Best places to Visit in Los Angeles

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If you plan to visit Los Angeles in the upcoming days, you have landed at the right place. Los Angeles has a lot of cultural diversity to offer as 4 million are living in this city of, California. Los Angeles has some exuberance locations, parks, and cultural sites that will encourage you out and Make Your Travel worth Remembering. 

Being a travel freak, I have visited this place numerous times and explored this city’s scenic beauty. I have mentioned the ten best places to visit in Los Angeles in this article based on my experience.

1. Beverly Hills

Los Angele has more to offer than you can imagine, and the first spot to visit is Beverly Hills. Numerous Hollywood movies have been filmed at this location, and there is a high chance that you might see a celebrity roaming there or drinking coffee at a bar. If you are on a one-day tour and after to capture moments that leave a long last impact, you should visit this place.

2. Warner Bros. Studio

The second place to visit is Warner Bros. Studio in L.A. Let’s accept that we all grew up fantasizing about the magical world of Harry Potter and want to be a part of it. Visiting this place will make this dream come true, as the guide will take you to the set of Harry Potter, and you will see the iconic D.C. universe items like Batmobile. F.R.I.E.N.D.S followers can also go to the Central Perk, the café where all the cast set down to discuss their life and other stuff.

3. Griffith Park and Griffith Observatory

Griffith Park and Griffith Observatory are the few places in L.A. that show the cultural side of L.A.’s residents and its history. It is located in the Southern portion of L.A. and has a Wildlife zoo with a racing course, tennis courts, and Hiking Trails. The primary catching spot of this location is the Zeiss Telescope which is used to see the Moon and Other planets of the solar system.

4. Disneyland Resort

If you are visiting L.A. with your family, then Disneyland Resort is a must-visit place other than the city. The resort is a fairyland for children, featuring all the princesses, kings, and other characters from their favorite movies and shoes. It includes a park where you can enjoy rides on multiple themed rides. Several dining restaurants, bars, and shopping centers facilitate visitors in that area.

5. California Science Center

California Science Center seems like the world is never short of innovation as you get to see some of the top science exhibition models in this science center. It was established in 1951, and since then, it has been expanding by adding new categories to it, as you get to see futuristic air crafts and space shuttle models.

6. Zuma Beach

Zuma Beach is quite popular with both locals and visitors. Visitors may stroll over the vast sands of this gorgeous beach, which has appeared in various films, T.V. shows, and advertisements. It provides a variety of enjoyable outdoor activities, including good fishing and beach volleyball, sunbathing, swimming, and surfing.

7. Runyon Canyon Park

Runyon Canyon Park is located adjacent to Hollywood Board, where you often see celebrities and their mansions. It is a small hilly area away from the modernistic city, offering scenic views to the visitors.

8. Battleship U.S.S. Iowa Museum

Built-in 1943, Iowa saw action in the Second World War, the Korean War, and the Cold War, earning an incredible eleven combat stars. It featured an intriguing Combat Engagement Center, engine rooms, boiler rooms, and officers’ wards and was deactivated in 1990.

9. Hollywood Sign

Initially created to market real estate in the Hollywood Hills, the Hollywood sign symbolizes the movie industry’s splendor and excitement. Almost every tourist to Los Angeles hopes to acquire a close-up image of the famous Hollywood sign, but acquiring one is tricky.

10. The Broad

The Broad concentrates on modern and postwar artworks, whereas the Los Angeles County Museum of Art includes millennia of art history. It’s a newcomer to Downtown Los Angeles, having debuted in 2015 with an eye-catching ‘honeycomb-like’ facade that makes for a remarkable sight. There are thousands of unique artworks and installations to appreciate, in addition to the lovely architecture.

In a Nutshell 

Los Angeles is very famous for its culture and traditions. There are many places that you should visit, but these given places are most favorite. These places will fascinate you and encourage you to see them again and again with your family.