Attractions and Places to Visit in California

Experience Los Angeles and take a stroll on the Hollywood Walk of Fame’s star-studded sidewalks. Soak up the nightlife on the Sunset Strip. Catch a performance under the stars at the Hollywood Bowl. Browse the shops of Rodeo Drive. Get a behind-the-scenes-peek at the magic of movies on a studio tour at Warner Brothers or Paramount.

Take a thrill ride at Universal Studios. Explore one-of-a kind collections at the Getty Museum. Ride the Ferris wheel at the Santa Monica Pier.

Visit the Venice promenade, often called “the boardwalk” and enjoy the number performers, fortune-tellers, artists and vendors who call this quirky city home. View the Milky Way from the observatory in Griffith Park. Wander the enchanting streets of Old Town Pasadena. Ferry out on the shimmering ocean to Catalina Island and experience the town of Avalon.

The second largest city in the United States, California is at the center of the world’s entertainment industry. A visit to Los Angeles is an absolute must for film buffs, television and music. As one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States, L.A attracts visitors from across the globe, which can make finding a suitable place to stay quite a challenge.

One of the best ways to experience Los Angeles is by visiting its incredible cultural attractions.

L.A. has more museums and theaters than any U.S. city, and a thriving music and gallery scene. An LA Philharmonic performance at Walt Disney Concert Hall is a must-see, as well as an outdoor concert at the Hollywood Bowl and shows at other famous music venues. L.A.’s world class museums include the stunning Getty Center in Brentwood and Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) on Museum Row. Monthly art walks take place throughout the city, including popular events in Downtown L.A. and Venice Beach. And of course, when it comes to film and television, California is the entertainment capital of the world.

Disneyland

Disneyland

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Santa Monica Pier

Santa Monica Pier

Storied seaside destination boasting a range of shops & cafes, plus an amusement park & aquarium. When one thinks of Santa Monica, the attraction of the Pier inevitably comes to mind.
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Universal Studios Hollywood

Universal Studios Hollywood

The bright lights of Hollywood surround this theme park built around TV and movie-making. The theme park is but a small part of this sprawling working studio, where some of Hollywood’s most...
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The Los Angeles Central Public Library

The LA Central Public Library

The Los Angeles Central Public Library reflects the Egyptian-style architecture mania that swept the country in the 1920s, after the discovery of King Tut's tomb.
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Hollywood Walk of Fame

Hollywood Walk of Fame

The stars on the world-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame are located on both sides of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. Since the 1960s, more than 2,400 terrazzo and brass stars have been unveiled on Hollywood’s major sidewalks.
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Madame Tussauds Hollywood

Madame Tussauds Hollywood

Right next to TCL Chinese Theatres. Immerse yourself in an interactive experience with A-List celebrities, Hollywood icons, Super heroes and more! Who do you want to meet..
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