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The Observatory has been justly famous for decades as the location from Rebel Without A Cause. And a little less so for Steve Martin’s Bowfinger. With the release of La La Land, which has a whole musical number here, this location will be rediscovered by a whole new generation of movie lovers. Be sure to check out the bust of James Dean on the west side of the lawn outside the observatory. Also, for real star sightings: Go inside for the planetarium.
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If you’re in the mood for a star sighting (as in Alpha Centauri, not Mena Suvari), you’ll love Griffith Observatory. Free public telescopes are available every night and while most locals skip the dome, you’ll find the 290-seat Samuel Oschin Planetarium inside, offering three live projection shows…
Beautiful views! A don’t miss. There are a lot of free exhibits and a paid planetarium show. Difficult parking!
It’s an Art Deco landmark from 1935 with a spectacular view of the city of Angels. The planetarium offers nightly shows check the calendar and get your tickets before you go.
Beautiful view of LA! Great shows inside, telescope to see the moon, and great hiking trails
A fantastic view of the valley. On clear days Los Angeles looks like a mega city and if you are lucky you are able to see the ocean. At night the city lights are breath-taking. The exhibitions inside the observatory are modern and interestng. There is a planetarium and the moviesare always…
I have no doubt this is already on your list, but if not, some of the best views of LA are from up here. Traffic though can be a pain to get to or from, so make sure to talk to me about when would be the best time to go!
You can see the Hollywood sign from here and has great hiking trails. One of Los Angeles great landmarks!
Southern California’s gateway to the cosmos! Great views from Los Angeles to Hollywood to the Pacific Ocean! Opened in 1935. Featured in the James Dean film Rebel Without a Cause (1955), Back to the Future (1985) & La La Land (2016) among many others.
Arguably the most iconic place in Los Angeles, the Griffith Observatory boasts stunning views of the LA basin, a world class science museum, and numerous hiking trails in Griffith Park. Pro Tip: Park at the near the Greek theater and take the $0.50 / person bus up the hill, or take the Los Angeles…
established in 1935，most visite destinations in south califoenia and the most popular observatory in the world。14miles away from home
Excellent place to visit! This iconic gem oversees the city of Los Angeles! The "Hollywood" sign is nearby as well for those that don't mind hiking to get there!
Great day trip, visit the museum for a nominal fee and take in some of the best views of the city!
Lovely hikes in the city, amazing views. Can get crowded but a top sunset destination.
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“LACMA is definitely one of LA’s coolest attractions. Outside it has the famous row of lights that attract a number of tourists and there’s a lot of other cool art inside that’s worth checking out. It also has a solid (but pricey) outdoor restaurant called Ray’s & Stark Bar, which is great for happy hour or a bite between exhibits. The Jazz at LACMA summer series is a free outdoor performance by SoCal jazz musicians with special appearances in the past by jazz legends like John Clayton, and Billy Childs. What to know before you go: LACMA is open 11am to 5pm Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 11am to 8pm on Friday, and 10am to 7pm Saturday and Sunday.”
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“This is a must-visit if you’ve never been. The Harry Potter World is crazy! Buy tickets ahead of time online and make sure to get there early to give yourself enough time to see everything.”
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“Just two blocks from Hollywood Boulevard, Runyon Canyon Park is an often overlooked urban park that offers some great views. Atop the canyon, you can glimpse views of the San Fernando Valley and the Pacific Ocean, as well as the Hollywood Sign and Giffith Observatory. The park also boasts several hiking trails and is a popular spot for celebrities to exercise. Travelers say that the canyon is reminiscent of Old Hollywood with several old mansions and estates scattered throughout the park – keep your eyes peeled as you follow the trail. ”
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“Fun family friendly outdoor mall with movie theater, restaurants, and shopping!”
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