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Encounter dinosaurs, experience nature, and learn how LA came to be on a visit to the Natural Histor...
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A crown jewel of Los Angeles' museums.
A crown jewel of Los Angeles' museums. The Museum was L.A.'s first cultural institution to open its doors to the public in 1913. It is the largest natural and historical museum in the Western United States, safeguarding more than 35 million spectacular, diverse specimens and artifacts.
900 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States
The California Science Center is the largest interactive science museum on the West Coast, featuring hands-on exhibits, live aquatic animals, technical displays, and enthralling demonstrations
A huge venue that once served as host to a number of awards shows
History of music, with listening posts
A famous center for Los Angeles' African-American culture, this neighborhood (just south of Crenshaw/Martin Luther King- accessible by bus) is a must-see if in the area
Gorgeous campus of FIDM and ongoing free exhibits make this a pleasant way to kill a couple of hours
A tranquil hideaway tucked in the heart of the Jewelry District
The Theater District along Broadway has been converted to discount jewelry, electronics and ethnic shops, but much of the architecture and the marquees remain
Huge library rebuilt in the 1980s and '90s
At 73 floors and 1,017 feet, it is said to be the tallest building between Chicago and Hong Kong