Top 8 Places to Visit Whenever You are in Los Angeles

The city of Los Angeles (LA) is known as the entertainment capital of the world for several reasons. Aside from hosting top events, the city also has numerous attraction areas to keep tourists always coming. Talking of wineries, beaches, museums, movies, dishes, and thrilling nightlife, the city has a lot to offer first-time visitors. As always said, “a bad day in LA is better than a good day anywhere else,” and most importantly, the Los Angeles jet charter offers safe, convenient and reliable air travels in and outside the city. So, you can move anywhere within the city with no stress. As you plan your next Los Angeles trip or vacation, here are ten attraction areas to explore:


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Hollywood, LA. Associated closely with the movies industry, Hollywood is filled with breathtaking and
famous places and if lucky you may just meet your favorite celebrity. Areas to visit include the Walk of
Fame, the Hollywood Sign, the Chinese Theatre, La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, and the Hollywood

Universal Studios Hollywood

Another interesting place to visit in Hollywood is Universal Studios, located in the San Fernando Valley
area. A visit to the Universal Studio Theme Park offers you rides through some interesting movie-based
themes. With your family, you can enjoy rides through themed shows and movies including Super Silly
Fun Land, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Despicable Me Minion Mayhem and Jurassic World -
The Ride. etc. It is also a working movie studio and you can enjoy in-depth studio tours to witness
behind the scenes of some popular movies, depending on the ticket you buy.

Another exciting area to explore while at Universal Studios is the three-block entertainment area, for
your shopping, dining, etc.

Griffith Park

Located in the eastern part of the Santa Monica Mountains, Griffith Park is the largest city park in LA,
covering an area of 4,210 acres. While there you can explore numerous sites the Greek theater, Los
Angeles Zoo, a planetarium, and the Griffith Observatory. If you are a sports lover, you can have access
to tennis courts, and golf courses, or go on a hiking adventure.

The most interesting and experience-based attraction site in the park is the Griffith Observatory. The
observatory has lots of telescopes on display. Looking through the Zeiss telescope you can see the moon and other planets in the evening. You can also view the sun using solar telescopes.

Disneyland Resort

If you want to have a family fun time, then Disneyland is your surest vacation destination. Though
located outside of Los Angeles, it is still within California and you wouldn’t have a headache with
transportation either by air or land. Have a family ride experience in the exquisitely created movie
theme lands and enjoy the adventure and memory that comes with it. Some of the theme lands sets to
enjoy are Adventureland, Frontierland, Critterland, and Fantasyland among others.

If rides are not your thing, you can enjoy the many more facilities and entertainment options, at
Disneyland Resort.

Petersen Automotive Museum

If you are an automotive enthusiast, then the Petersen Automotive Museum is a must-visit whenever
you are in Los Angeles. Catch a view of the wide range of vehicles spread over the four floors of the
museum. With over 300 vehicles, the museum features both temporal and permanent exhibits. Among
them are exhibits that date as far back as 1886. Visit there to enjoy a piece of the history of various

The Getty Center

Designed by Richard Meier in 1984, the Getty Center is a massive complex measuring 0.75 square miles 
and built on 110 acres. Located in the Santa Monica Mountains, the $1.3 billion edifice, was opened to the public in 1997 and gives you an overlooking view of Los Angeles. The magnificent architecture includes J. Paul Getty Museum, which holds several beautiful and historic collections, including sculptures, European paintings, decorative arts, drawings, etc. There are also restaurants to enjoy some good meals as you view the beautiful city of Los Angeles.

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

The Natural History Museum holds a vast collection of galleries and permanent collections on various
topics. It contains items on the natural history of California and other places across the world. The
museum is best known for it its dinosaur collections in the 14,000-square- foot Dinosaur Hall. The hall
exhibits different species of dinosaurs. It also has an experience-based Discovery Center and Insect Zoo, especially for younger visitors.

The Original Farmers Market

During the Great Depression, a group of farmers came together to set up stalls near Wilshire Boulevard
to directly sell their farm produce to consumers. This gave birth to the Los Angeles Farmers Market in
1934. It began as a fruit and vegetable market, but with time it expanded to accommodate sellers of
other farm produce. The market now hosts several vendors selling different products from food to
jewelry. So, visit the market for anything you need on your next Los Angeles visit.

**This blog post is in collaboration with Stack Influence


  1. This is such a great reference! I've always wanted to visit LA!

    Jill - Doused in Pink

  2. We just went to Disneyland last summer and it was really neat to be able to compare it to the Florida Disney World we are so used to visiting!! I'd love to go back and see more as we really just drove in for the day and back from San Diego.


  3. I haven't been to their farmers market but I have been everywhere else!!!