Visit California:Check out the Official California State Visitor’s Guide to get the inside scoop on the best places to explore all over the Golden State. Get food and wine tips, family travel ideas, and other exclusive travel information from Visit California, the state’s official tourism agency. Maps, itineraries, expert tips, and planning guides – it’s all here, and it’s free. Take a look online, or order your printed copy.
Hollywood Boulevard & The Hollywood Walk of Fame:Comprised of more than 2,500 five-pointed terrazzo and brass stars embedded in the sidewalks along 15 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and three blocks of Vine Street in Hollywood
The Hollywood Bowl:The Hollywood Bowl is a 1920s amphitheater in the Hollywood area, used primarily for music performances, set against the backdrop of the Hollywood Hills and the famous Hollywood Sign to the Northeast. It is also the home of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the host of hundreds of musical events each year.
The Disneyland Resort:Commonly known as Disneyland, is an entertainment resort in Anaheim, California.
The Santa Monica Pier:A large double-jointed pier located at the foot of Colorado Avenue in Santa Monica, California and is a prominent, 100-year-old landmark with shops, restaurants, and amusement.
Universal Studios Hollywood:The Entertainment Capital of Los Angeles. Get ready for the ultimate Hollywood experience! Find a full day of action-packed entertainment all in one place: thrilling theme park rides and shows, a real working movie studio and more.
Griffith Observatory:Southern California’s gateway to the cosmos. Visitors can look through telescopes, explore exhibits, see live shows in the Samuel Oschin Planetarium, and enjoy spectacular views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood sign.
The Getty Villa & Museum:The J. Paul Getty Trust is the world’s largest cultural and philanthropic organization dedicated to the visual arts.
China Town in Los Angeles:Chinatown is a neighborhood in Downtown Los Angeles that became a commercial center for Chinese and other Asian businesses in Central Los Angeles in 1938. The area includes restaurants, shops, cultural landmarks, museums, and art galleries.