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L.A.’s Top Attractions For The Next Long Weekend Holiday.

Whether it’s fame and fortune, sun baked beaches, or a foodie paradise that you dream of, the largest city in California has that and more.

Los Angeles California

You already know that this fantastic destination is home to world-renowned attractions like Universal Studios Hollywood and the Santa Monica Pier, but there’s so much more to the City of Angels. Just make sure you allow enough time to get to as many of these places as possible.

The City of Angeles is not, in fact, full of angels. At least, not when you consider the infamously decadent lifestyle of the rich and famous who call it home. The Hollywood Sign announces itself from Griffith Park, but if you’re downtown skyscrapers, taco shops, and seemingly endless live music venues obscure your view of it and instead bring Los Angeles back down to Earth.

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Knott's Berry Farm

Experience state-of-the-art thrill rides and California’s pioneering past at one of America’s oldest and best-loved theme parks.

Knott's Berry Farm

This multipurpose sports arena has hosted some of the world’s biggest musical acts and is home to two National Basketball Association teams. Visit the STAPLES Center and see a major sporting or entertainment event. This arena is home to the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers National Basketball Association (NBA) teams. Take a tour of downtown Los Angeles and view the STAPLES Center or book a ticket for a major event.

Staples Center


Santa Monica Pier

You’ll find beach side kitsch, boardwalk ambience and carnival fun at this sun baked LA attraction that’s more than a hundred years old.

Santa Monica Pier


The Grove

If you want to shop and dine in one convenient location, but still enjoy the sunny weather of Los Angeles, visit this outdoor mall and entertainment center.

The Grove


Aquarium of the Pacific

Immerse yourself in the world under the sea and come nose to nose with sharks, eels and the giant Pacific octopus.

Aquarium of the Pacific


Griffith Observatory

Discover a star-studded hangout and marvel at the art deco splendor of one of LA’s stellar attractions.

Culture vultures flock to the largest art museum in the western United States to view collections spanning the history of art from ancient to modern.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Bronze your body and rub shoulders with body builders and wacky performers at Los Angeles’ quirky urban shoreline, a colorful escape from the city.

Venice Beach
Discover an aquarium with a giant kelp forest, an actual space shuttle and numerous educational displays and exhibits inside this remarkable facility.
California Science Center
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Hollywood Walk of Fame

Tinseltown’s star-studded tribute to the artists, global icons, producers and directors who’ve made significant contributions to entertainment.

Hollywood Walk of Fame

Step back in time to a harsh and unforgiving prehistoric Los Angeles, and walk near the footprints of extinct Ice Age animals.

La Brea Tar Pits


Getty Center

High art on the hill, this museum and research complex has boosted LA’s reputation as a cultural epicenter.


USS Iowa

Climb aboard a floating interactive maritime museum that was once one of the most powerful ships in the world.

USS Iowa


Walt Disney Concert Hall

Listen to the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra in this concert hall recognized as an internationally renowned architectural landmark.


Disney California Adventure® Park

Disneyland® Park’s neighbor is a celebration of all things California, and gives guests the chance to experience the newest generations of Disney characters and magic.

The beautiful wooden interiors and striking design features of this house in Pasadena make it easy to see why this house is a national historic landmark.

Gamble House

Beautifully landscaped grounds surround this historic mansion in glamorous Beverly Hills, where visitors sneak peeks at the opulence that hides an intriguing past.

Greystone Mansion & Park

Browse the Mexican market for souvenirs and food and discover historic buildings in the oldest street in the city of Los Angeles.

Olvera Street
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Norton Simon Museum

Marvel at this museum’s exquisite collection of art, including ancient Southeast Asian artworks, sculpture gardens and exhibits of Europe’s greatest painters.

Norton Simon Museum

Completed in the early 20th century, this building houses the mayor’s office and meeting chambers of the Los Angeles City Council.

Los Angeles City Hall


Griffith Park

One of the largest urban parks in the United States is renowned for its exceptional observatory and large zoo.

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