Theme Park Tickets. Disneyland Park Enter a magical kingdom where you can sail with pirates, explore exotic jungles, meet fairy-tale princesses, dive under the ocean and rocket through the stars—all in the same day!
Disneyland Park offers 8 themed lands: Main Street, U.S.A., Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Mickey's Toontown, Frontierland, Critter Country, New Orleans Square and Adventureland. Disney California Adventure Park Explore 7 exciting lands that bring to life Disney and Pixar stories and characters through amazing attractions, entertainment and dining! The 2 most recent additions—Buena Vista Street and the awe-inspiring Cars Land—join the themed lands of Grizzly Peak, Paradise Pier, Pacific Wharf, "a bug's land" and Hollywood Land.
Park Hopper Tickets With so much to see and do, why not upgrade to Park Hopper Tickets? Magic Morning Disney FASTPASS Service With your valid theme park admission, you can enjoy our Disney FASTPASS service. About 1-Day Tickets Not valid for separately priced activities/events. Visit the Getty Villa. The Getty Villa 17985 Pacific Coast Highway Pacific Palisades, CA90272 Wednesday–Monday 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Closed TuesdaysHoliday closures: Thanksgiving, December 25 (Christmas Day), and January 1 See all exhibitionsNow on View Roman Mosaics across the Empire Plan a Visit. Circle k riding stables. Best Places To Pick Summer Fruit In The Los Angeles Area. (credit: istockphoto) Everyone knows the best place to get fresh fruits is not your local chain grocery store, but at a local farmers’ market where it often comes straight from the source.
What’s even better than the farmers’ market is when you pick the fruit yourself straight from the ground where it’s grown. CBS caught up with exotic fruits expert Toni Rodosta for her suggestions on the best places where you can pick your own summer fruits while they’re still in season.”These are great places near Los Angeles to pick summer fruits because it’s a very hands-on experience that allows you to interact directly with the farmers,” says the founder of Volcano Produce, an organic produce and exotic specialty fruits grower, importer and distributer.
(credit: McGrath Farm) McGrath Family Farm 1012 W. Owned by an Irish American family for five generations, McGrath Family Farm offers year-round strawberry picking daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (credit: Scott Barbour/Getty Images) Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles. Pasadena Ice Skating Center. Welcome to Secret Stairs-LA! Welcome to Secret Stairs-LA, a walking and hiking guide to the hidden public staircases of Los Angeles.
The staircases lace the hillsides of certain L.A. neighborhoods, and are historical reminders of a time when this was not a city of cars. City planners and developers installed them as direct routes for pedestrians—housewives and children particularly—to get down the hills to school, the supermarket, and transit lines. The city at that time was well served by trolleys, streetcars, buses, and light-rail systems. The staircases were clustered around steep hillside communities near these transit lines, especially steep-streeted communities that developed in the 1920s.
Staircases abound in Silver Lake, Echo Park, Mt. The staircase-to-trolley system was so much a part of the landscape that developers in some areas built houses that had no other access to the outside world. Pick a staircase and start walking. Not sold in stores! Eaton Canyon Trail - California. Home - The Huntington Library, Art Collection, and Botanical Gardens.
From Dawn To Dusk: Hiking Trails - LA East - Yelp. Welcome to Grand Performances. Free Outdoor Movies Coming Soon to Los Angeles, CA in Fall 2016 - Thrillist. Free & Upcoming Concerts in Los Angeles - Summer 2016 - Thrillist. Explore Downtown. Scroll down to explore what Free LA Tour offers We don't currently offer a 10 am tour of Downtown Los Angeles, but we do offer an amazing tour of Hollywood.
Let us take you back to when the industry first started in Hollywood in 1910, when Hollywood itself didn’t even have a bar or movie theater of it’s own and the industry was still new. See some of L.A.’s most famous landmarks, including Union Station, City Hall and the Bradbury. Also learn about why L.A. is where it is and how it developed into the city it has become today.
Tour finishes at Pershing Square, in the heart of downtown. Walk through Grand Central Market, through the historic theater district and down Broadway, L.A.’s bustling heart in the 1920’s and now reborn with smart shops, great restaurants and loft apartments. Walk down 7th Street, the shopping and entertainment district for downtown LA and full of beautiful, historic buildings. Experience the beauty of the downtown lights at night.