Los Angeles is an amazing place to live, work and play. There are a million and one things to do here, so as part of our exceptional service to all our landlords and clients, we’re offering the top ten things to do while in LA.
Venice beach is the place to hang out, whether you’re a skater, artist, musician or just want to soak up the sights, sun and sounds of the beach. It’s an eccentric area of town that has everything from bodybuilders, surfers, tortured poets and everything in-between.
No visit to LA would be complete without a cruise down Venice Beach.
As famous a neighborhood as it’s possible to be. Hollywood is where celebrities come to play. Take the Walk of Fame, a celebrity house tour, visit the Chinese Theater, stroll along Rodeo Drive and count the stars of stage and screen.
Celebrity spotting and the feeling of exclusivity doesn’t come any better than Hollywood.
You’re never too old for make-believe, so you’re never too old for Disneyland. It is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the world and literally has something for everyone. Whether you have children, or you don’t, Disneyland has to be see to be believed.
See how magic is made by visiting Universal Studios. Go backstage to see how movies are made and explore everything one of the most famous movie lots in the world has to offer. Take a studio tour, enjoy a live action show and experience movieland at its best.
The Getty Center is a huge venue with more art than just about anywhere else in the world. What began as the J. Paul Getty Museum, has grown into 750 acres of culture, art and amazement covering four pavilions. You could spend days here and never see the same thing twice!
The Aquarium of the Pacific showcases submarine life at its best. With a wide range of interactive experiences, shows, and things to see and do, this is one of the most interesting and educational attractions for people of all ages.
The Queen Mary was the pride of the British Royal family and now lives in Long Beach. It is now a hotel and tourist attraction that enjoys over 1.5 million visitors a year. As well as a hotel, the ship also has restaurants, bars, cabarets, nightspots and tours. It also plays host to regular special events.
No visit to LA or Hollywood would be complete without a visit to Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. One of the most spectacular cinemas ever built, it plays host to many movie premiers and red carpet events.
Sid Graumann allegedly stepped into wet concrete during the construction and came up with the idea of asking celebrities to leave their own imprint on wet concrete and the Walk of Fame was born.
If you like rollercoasters, you’ll love Six Flags Magic Mountain. The park has two of the ten fastest rollercoasters in the world and everyone has to try them before they die. The park has recently been upgraded, refurbished and now has some of the best thrill rides in the country.
If looking at the stars is more your style, visit the Griffith Observatory. It is a public observatory owned and run by the city of Los Angeles and is well worth a visit. Find it at Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park and enjoy the planetarium telescopes, café and bookstore.
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