Totally Awesome Activities For Kids In Los Angeles

Totally Awesome Activities For Kids In Los Angeles

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Send boredom packing with these fun, family-friendly places in Los Angeles. Kids are transported from the ho-hum of touring to the “Wow!

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    One of our authors, Justin McLachlan, loves the Simpson's ride: "It's one of the first places I go, every time I'm in the park." Don't forget to buy a giant donut at the Kwik-E-Mart when you're done. -- Boxfire Press via Foursquare
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    If you don't want your camera gear to be wet-sit at least halfway up the row!There's no rule where/how it will splash.Sit in the middle of the stage for a head-on airplane crash. -- Konrad Jaz via Foursquare
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    So this is where ALL the movies are made... Off the charts! 5+ stars! It was bigger than i expected. But very cool to see none the least. Highly recommend going. -- Katelyn via Foursquare
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    Better drop than Splash Mountain, and wetter if you're in the front at the sides. -- Grant Simmons via Foursquare
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    Carl Laemmle's original tour included a chance for guests to buy fresh produce since Universal City was still in part a working farm. The narrated tram (formerly "Glamortram") launched in 1964. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    Buy tickets online and print I you want same-day tickets. You'll have a chance to check out an exhibit before heading to actual shuttle. Once there you can stay as long as you'd like. -- Louis Morales via Foursquare
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    A mixture of muddy CGI and a moving car that shuttles from screen to screen with no discernible narrative. Practical effects fill us with awe; computer projections take the magic out of the illusion. -- Andy White via Foursquare
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    They've got a pair of ride seats at the start of the line so you can test for fatness. Better than waiting 50 minutes just to find out you can't fit. -- Miss Kristin via Foursquare
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    The middle row in the back has small closed captioning screens. This can be useful for those who need them but a little distracting for those that don't. -- Nate Huckabone via Foursquare
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    Fun virtual ride. There are eight seats total (4 front / 4 back). Go for the front four for the best view of the screen. -- Robert Bowling via Foursquare
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    Melhor parque com atração de Halloween! Tudo muito bem feito e as atrações temáticas são coisa de cinema! -- Luiz Flavio Rojo Fernandes via Foursquare
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    Just because it's free admission doesn't mean you can let your kids run around like savages, banging all the buttons, and ruining everyone else's experience. Take the opportunity to teach & learn! -- Christi Sotomayor via Foursquare
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