Top 15 Things to do in Los Angeles
Los Angeles Sights, Tours, Attractions, Information and Links
What to do in Los Angeles?
11 Page Museum
Journey back in time to 10,000 and 40,000 years ago when the Mammoth ruled and there was no flat screens to be seen. It must have been hell if it wasn’t so cold. The Page Museum is both small enough to enjoy most of the exhibits and large enough to be glad that you bothered. You will find the Page Museum at the Rancho La Brea Tar Pits in the heart of Los Angeles. Close to the Museum, in Hancock Park, life-size replicas of several extinct mammals look on. How long before it’s our turn? Not this week I hope, too much to do.
12 (34) The Santa Monica Pier
The Santa Monica Pier is wonderful place to go for a stroll and take in the sea air but there more to the pier than that. Check web site for details of events and fun things to do.
13 (35) Zuma Beach
As most of us aren’t a world’s best surfer or swimmer and consequently the life guards are kept busy, particularly by visitors. As the beach is a surf beach there are Rips or Rip Currents aptly named for ripping you away from where you’d like to be e.g. close to the shore to somewhere you might be less comfortable, e.g. out with the big fish – be careful out there. Specifically don’t swim or surf in front of the Lifeguard Headquarters, even if someone else is.
14 Sony Pictures Studios Tour
Take a “Yellow Brick Road” space out to "Men in Black" or let “Spider-Man" save you from “Jeopardy". But aside the history there is the glitz and glamour of live rehearsals and performers. Sony is a busy studio and you are unlikely to see just empty sets. The actors might even wave or say hello to add to your experience. The tour guides are also very informative and love questions so ask them.
15 Rodeo Drive
Avoid Sunday as many of the shops are closed. The Rodeo Drive is actually not as big as you might think. The street stretches from Wilshire to Sunset but the actual shopping area is only a few blocks in length