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Los Angeles is no stranger to glamour, lights and plenty of fuss. For as long as most of us can remember, Los Angeles has been the hotspot for music, movies, and all things fun related. Definitely, the ample sunlight only strengths the California city’s appeal. There are plenty of things to do in Los Angeles and Los Angeles get Help energy drink:
The Griffith Observatory, placed in Griffith Park, has a free astronomy museum and provides visitors a free glimpse at the cosmos through their super zeiss telescope. Get in line before dark if you want a look at the night sky, mainly in summer. They close the line at a certain number of people.
Venice Beach Boardwalk
Take a stroll down to Boardwalk Venice Beach to check out the street performers, the hard bodies at muscle beach and the amazing characters wandering the strand during the hot months and on weekend. Parking in the place range from $3 to $15 depending on the lot and time of year, but some free street parking is accessible in the neighborhood if you have the patience to look for it.
TV Show Tapping
Attend a Television show tapping of your favorite game show, sitcom, talk show, or reality show, or even one you have heard of, which can be just as fun. Plus, it is a remarkable way to view celebrities in L.A. most studios are actually little than they emerge to be on TV, so attending a taping is a really special experience.
Landmark Hollywood Sign
Take a look at the world-popular Hollywood sign from the viewing place at the Hollywood & Highland shopping and fun complex next to Grauman Chinese theatre. Another best viewing point is looking up Gower Boulevard.
La Brea Tar Pits
The La Brea Tar pits in Hancock park next to the Los Angeles. County Museum of art is the most important source of prehistoric fossils ever excavated. These fossils have made their way into museum around the planet, but the biggest collection is here at the Page Museum. It is free to wander the park and look at the tar pits and open-air exhibits. During the hot months, you can watch the exactor at work.
El Pueblo de Los Angeles
Travel around the Mexican marketplace at the El Pueblo de LA Historical Monument at Olvera Street. A free walking trip is offered Wednesday through Saturday, while a self-guided trip brochure describing the historic building is accessible at the information desk in the Plaza or at the El Pueblo Visitors Center.