The City of Angels is home to several attractions including the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
It's the largest natural and historical museum in the Western region of the United States, and its impressive collection covers 4.5 billion years of history.
As you explore, you will see a variety of exhibits such as:
It is often said that Los Angeles is the "City of The Image." After all, the film industry grew up here, and came to dominate the world. The twentieth and twenty-first centuries are both defined by an explosion of images: on the Web, on movie and television screens, and in the cameras and phones of photographers both professional and amateur. That’s why the Annenberg Space for Photography is one of the great attractions and one of the most intriguing museums in the Los Angeles area. (Also, unbelievably, it’s the only museum dedicated to photography in the area.)
There's certainly no shortage of attractions and things to do in Los Angeles, from places like Universal Studios Hollywood and Disneyland to science centers and iconic Hollywood destinations. There are hundreds of reasons to visit Los Angeles; here are just three of them.
The Getty Center is a prime destination for art lovers of all mediums. Their permanent J. Paul Getty collection includes illuminated manuscripts, decorative arts, sculpture, pre-20th century European paintings, drawings, photography and more. You'll also find 28 modern and contemporary outdoor sculptures installed throughout the grounds and integrated masterfully with the environment.
If you are in the market for a fabulous vacation, try a flight to the home of the stars, as well as the location of luxurious beaches, such as Manhattan Beach, California and its things to do.
A short stroll from the Sea View Inn, beachgoers can view the Californian classic Manhattan beach, with all of its volleyball courts, sunbathers, and surfers.
Nearby, the South Bay Bicycle Trail and accompanying pedestrian walkway is a great place to jog and bike along the beautiful beach side.
After burning calories biking and jogging, travelers may visit one of the many excellent restaurants in downtown Manhattan Beach, that have earned the location a noteworthy reputation spot for extravagant dining, with many locations such as, The Arthur J, serving hardwood grilled steaks. There is also Paradise Bowls, with its maximum sized fruit bowls of pineapples, goji berries, and superfood, pitaya. Or even perhaps the Ercoles Bar, which has been in town since 1927, according to the LA Times, sporting pool tables and $6 mai tais.