Top 45 Things to do in Los Angeles
Los Angeles Sights, Tours, Attractions and Information
What to do in Los Angeles?
Famous for hosting the annual Rose Bowl football game and the Tournament of Roses Parade.
42 (91) Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens
Great exhibitions currently including a history of science. Huntington contains a wealth of cultural treasures.
43 Kidspace Children's Museum
Kids can create an earthquakes (and not just in your home) via the Shake Zone. They can climb climbing platforms get digging and find plant and animal fossils and learn about trading their discoveries at the Kidspace Nature Exchange - cool (you hope).
JPL suggests you book well in advance in order to reserve a tour. Reservations may not be made via e-mail, voice mail or fax - you have to speak to someone 818.354.9314
U.S. grown ups need present official, government issued photo identification (driver's license or passport) before being allowed entry. Not U.S. adult people must present a passport or resident visa (green card). If you don't have the right paper they won't let you in.
The tours include activities such as walking and stair climbing. Wheelchair access is available with advance notice, but not wheelchairs. Tours goes ahead regardless of the weather so dress for it. But hey, life is an adventure.
45 San Gabriel Mountains
If you do end up injuring yourself and are fortunate enough to be rescued you may find yourself on Los Angeles television and radio news 'dumb tourist falls off cliff' a painful, lousy, humiliating way to end you your visit.