Explore Historic Places In Los Angeles

Explore Historic Places In Los Angeles

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Explore the beauty and intrigue of historic Los Angeles on your own time with our curated guide to the best famous sights and landmarks.

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    Two ways to experience the museum 1) for a tour and 2) for an event. Each are interesting, although the events are a lot more interactive -- Brian Sheridan via Foursquare
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    Don't forget to check out the giant whale skeleton on your way back to the main entrance. -- Mitzi Y. via Foursquare
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    An hour before curtain Maestro James Conlon does a wonderful Pre-performance lecture complete with music clips. Great for novice and experienced opera goers. -- Melanie via Foursquare
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    holy crap amazing *most* amazing. pool party. ever:)!!! <3 -- Allison Phelan via Foursquare
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    Wonderful view of the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island on clear, sunny days. Perfect for relaxing, kite flying, picnicking and admiring the beautiful Korean Friendship Bell area! -- Abran Ochoa via Foursquare
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    The boutiquey design of the venue and the experience is awesome. Even the bathrooms. There's flavored syrups for the free coffee. It's super welcoming for newcomers. Find yourself at home here. -- Greg Wong 🎯 via Foursquare
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    Sunday night Sea Wolf will be serving up a moody mix of melodies in the Heritage Court that will get your head bopping in a good way. Plus, your $15 admission buys you access to the museum’s galleries -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Pretty cool and there aren't many people that stop by so you can take many pics. -- Maria Hernandez via Foursquare
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    beautiful peaceful walking paths throughout. so serene in the lush garden. watch swans in the lake. perfect place for contemplation or a chill date. my pick for best wedding spot. -- S via Foursquare
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    You'll likely drive down the world's most famous boulevard before walking it. The Blvd has been home to many car chases, including the famous sequence in Lethal Weapon in which a bus does a 180. -- Audi via Foursquare
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    Site of the richest discovery of Ice Age fossils in the world, 100 tons of bones representing 200+ species of mammals, birds & reptiles have been unearthed from asphalt dating back to prehistoric time -- Los Angeles via Foursquare
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    Schedule your concerts for next season. Eric Bibb's is great. $10 for parking and free concert. Great venue and do the buffet which amazing. -- Victor Caballero via Foursquare
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