Top Seven Must-See Attractions in Los Angeles

Los Angeles best attractions are a must-see for anyone visiting the city. There is so much to do and see that it can be hard to know where to start. Luckily, we have compiled what we think are the best five attractions in Los Angeles. From Hollywood’s Walk of Fame to Universal Studios, this list will ensure you don’t miss out on anything while exploring Los Angeles’ best attractions.

1. Griffith Park and Griffith Observatory

Griffith Park is the largest state park in California and home to many attractions. Visitors can explore nature on foot or by car, with trails that lead through an endless array of mountains. There’s also a planetarium and Greek Theater for those looking for entertainment, plus golf courses too should your interest lie there. A scenic drive takes one around this beautiful landscape while providing expansive views over Los Angeles from up top.

The Griffith Observatory is a great place to visit for those who enjoy experiencing the outdoors. You can go on hikes, see exhibits and telescopes that will educate you about astronomy. The main highlight of the facility is a look through its Zeiss telescope. This device can be used free each evening it’s open, and there are solar telescopes for viewing sunspots as well.

Griffith Park and Griffith Observatory
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2. The Getty Center

The Getty Center is a stunning complex that has been designed by one of the most prominent architects in history, Richard Meier. The building and grounds provide an inspiring setting for its impressive collections: European paintings from medieval times up until the modern-day, drawings or prints depicting religious scenes such as frescos discovered on monastery walls throughout Europe, sculptures collected over time including ones made out of marble verities like limestone and granite.

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3. Petersen Automotive Museum

The Petersen Automotive Museum is a must-see for car lovers. The four floors of this museum feature more than 300 vehicles, from perfectly preserved items dating back to 1886 right through the latest concepts in automotive design and engineering. The modern Museum is now one of the most innovative institutions in its field. The exterior has an eye-catching, yet elegant architectural masterpiece to make it stand out among other buildings. For those who want even more insight on rare and unusual cars, there’s a Vault Tour available for 90 minutes or 120 minutes at extra cost.

Petersen Automotive Museum
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4. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

The Natural History Museum is best known as the home of some amazing exhibits, such as dinosaurs. The Dinosaur Hall is a 14,000 square foot museum and the perfect place for any paleontology buffs out there. The centerpiece of this grand space are three full skeletons that range from baby to adult: Tyrannosaurus rex fossils known as “the growth series” stand alongside Triceratops and Stegosaurus bones on display here. The museum offers a fascinating look into the natural history of California and beyond. The Discovery Center and Insect Zoo is great for younger visitors who want hands-on activities while learning more than just what kind of animal. 

Natural History Museum
Image Credit: Natural History Museum

5. The Original Farmers Market

The Los Angeles Farmers Market is one of the most unique markets with a rich history dating back to 1934. During The Great Depression, farmers found themselves struggling for survival and it was then that they banded together to set up stalls on open land near Wilshire Boulevard where they could both sell their products as well as provide necessary sustenance for those who passed through there during this hard time period. This market is truly a one-stop-shop for all your grocery needs. You can find anything from fresh produce to specialty items, and there are even restaurants that will cook whatever food you bring in with you.

The Original Farmers Market
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6. La Brea Tar Pits

The La Brea Tar Pits in Hancock Park is a place where you can see live excavations of fossils and learn about the process. Tar Pits were formed 40,000 years ago when oil seeped through rock trapping passing animals that became stuck on its surface until they died over time leaving behind an incredible glimpse into another age. The La Brea Tar Pits formerly called George C. Page Museum of Natural History is a museum that displays fossilized bones from prehistoric animals, as well as how they are found and put together. You can see what goes on behind-the scenes at the site where some skeletons go before being displayed to the public in their final form!

La Brea Tar Pits
Image Credit: La Brea Tar Pits

7. Battleship Iowa Museum

The Battleship Iowa Museum is a great family activity. The massive battleship can be explored for hours and you’ll find yourself in awe at all of the places where sailors would have been, doing their jobs onboard. Along with your admission, you’ll get a self-guided tour that will be sure to impress. From the 16 inch guns and other impressive weapons on display at sea for years. This is an experience not many people can boast about. Alongside these historical displays are child-friendly activities like finding Vicky (the dog) throughout the ship via augmented reality posters or by searching out 10 secret locations within her domain.

Battleship USS IOWA Museum
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Secure and Lock Your Home Before You Leave

It’s easy to forget the most basic of home security measures when you’re in a rush. The truth, however, is that it only takes one mistake for your house to get robbed or vandalized- so make sure not to let this happen! Get a professional locksmith to secure your locks any time of the day. 

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