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Holidays in Los Angeles

Los Angeles Holidays

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Holidays in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is filled with interesting things to see and discover. The toughest part of organising your getaway will be choosing which to enjoy first!

This area of Los Angeles County is called home by about 3,800,000 people.

The state capital, Sacramento, lies 360 miles northwest of this destination, while San Fernando is situated 19 miles northwest.

This world-class city is known for Universal Studios Hollywood® and Knott's Berry Farm. You mustn't forget Santa Monica Pier and Hollywood Bowl either!

Your entire family is sure to have a blast at the Warner Brothers Studio and the TCL Chinese Theatre. If that isn't enough to wear the little ones out, why not head along to Disney California Adventure® Park or the Sony Pictures Studios as well?

Marvellous deep-sea worlds await at Aquarium of the Pacific and Cabrillo Marine Aquarium. For even more fishy business, take the plunge at Roundhouse Marine Studies Lab & Aquarium.

Experience the different sights, sounds and smells of the awe-inspiring animal kingdom with an outing to the Los Angeles Zoo and Wildlife Learning Center. With a strong focus on both education and fun, it's sure to be a fabulous day out for everyone!

Watch skilled drivers rip around the track at the LA Racing. Afterwards, if you still have the need for speed, follow the sound of screeching tyres to the Porsche Experience Center.

Get out of the city for the day and treat yourself to a bit of wine tasting at the San Antonio Winery. Remember to grab a bottle of your preferred drop as a souvenir of your trip!

Looking to up the ante? Take on the roulette dealer at the Commerce Casino or the Hustler Casino. Or, if you're not the betting type, order a drink and simply absorb the lively atmosphere! For even more fun and games, stop by the Hollywood Park Casino and the Hawaiian Gardens Casino.

Botany experts and amateurs alike will be glad to learn about this region's wide-ranging collections of plants. For a day among the blossoms, start with a stroll around the stunning beds at the Huntington Library. Once you've finished there, make your way to the Virginia Robinson Gardens, where the array of species alone is worth witnessing. If you want more, the floral exhibits at the Descanso Gardens and the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden are also rather unique.

How does an alfresco lunch sound? Pick up some cheese and other nibbles and stop at the La Brea Tar Pits or Griffith Park for a leisurely picnic. Echo Park and Castaic Lake are two more spots where you can soak up some greenery.

Get the most out of your stay in Los Angeles by getting some advice from the experts at Anthony C Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center. Santa Monica Visitor Center and Marina del Rey Visitors Center can also offer you a variety of useful resources such as maps and printed city guides.

Why not take a stroll around Clago's Pond or Los Angeles River? Or, you might like to just sit down by the edge of the water and try to spot some colourful waterbirds.

An afternoon by the seaside is the perfect antidote to the fast pace of the city, so why not spend some time in the fresh, salty air at Venice Beach or Zuma Beach? Eager to keep adding to your shell collection? Also check out Redondo Beach Pier and Manhattan Beach Pier.

If you're looking to recharge your batteries, there are lots of nature parks and reserves to explore. Start with a breath of fresh air in the energising atmosphere at Devil's Punchbowl or Hopkins Wilderness Park. Lake Legg and Los Angeles State Historic Park are two more that are worth a visit.

Whether you'd like to find out something new or just take a break in the tranquil surroundings, the RMS Queen Mary and the J. Paul Getty Museum should do the job. Remember to enquire about one-off happenings! If you've got time, also check out the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the California Science Center.

Ships have played a large role in the development of many countries. Discover how this region was shaped by these bold sailors at the SS Lane Victory. For even more fascinating stories from the seven seas, head onwards to the Los Angeles Maritime Museum and the Los Angeles Maritime Museum & Around.

The impressive scientific artefacts and displays at Griffith Observatory and the Star Eco Station are bound to get your mind into gear. For even more from the realm of science, head on over to Mt Wilson Observatory. Don't forget to enquire about any travelling exhibits that are on.

Expand your knowledge on the natural world with an excursion to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and the Fowler Museum. With so many weird and wonderful specimens on show in the display cabinets, you might not know where to look first! For more from our beautiful planet, continue onwards to the Southwest Museum and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles.

In a destination that's brimming with superb art exhibitions, the Norton Simon Museum and the Getty Center stand a head taller than the rest. You should also enquire into what displays are on at the Hammer Museum and the Grammy Museum.

Calling all history enthusiasts! You'll love learning about the rich and interesting past of this area at the Japanese American National Museum and the California African American Museum. For even more insight into past events, also think about visiting the Autry National Center and the Chinese American Museum.

To truly get a sense of the background of Los Angeles, take your time and explore the Hollywood Sign and the University of California Los Angeles. If time isn't an issue, the Santa Monica College and the Occidental College should also be on your list.

Whether you're a believer or not, places of prayer like San Gabriel Mission and Wayfarers Chapel are sure to be among the most tranquil sights you'll experience in your travels. Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels and the Angelus Temple are some other popular houses of prayer to look into.

Don't unpack your passport just yet, there are still some worthwhile things to do! Have you seen L.A. Live and the Getty Villa yet? Vincent Thomas Bridge and the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion also promise a great day out.

Hotels in Los Angeles

It won't take you too long to secure a suitable hotel in Los Angeles. There are no less than 168 properties presently on ebookers' travel guide.

Who said that good service had to cost an arm and a leg? You'll have a solid night's rest at a great price at the Hollywood Orchid Suites and the Holiday Inn Express Los Angeles Downtown West. But if a bit of luxury is more what you are after, then The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles or The Redbury @ Hollywood and Vine will fit the bill.

If you'd like to stay near the University of Southern California, the Radisson at USC, Los Angeles and the Vagabond Inn Los Angeles-USC ought to tick all your boxes.

Los Angeles highlights

Rodeo Drive

This three-block stretch of retail nirvana will test your (credit card) limits. Chanel and Cartier may play coy, but Agent Provocateur and Gucci will unapologetically seduce. If haute couture doesn't faze you, it just might be the celebrity you swore you saw go into Prada.

The Grove/Farmers Market

The Grove, an open-air retail and entertainment center, became The Place to Be in Los Angeles. Hear the glockenspiel coo-coo from the dome, shop Grove Main Street and catch the latest film. Watch the animated fountain show, and hop the trolley to the Farmer's Market.

Getty Center

Nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains (near the 405), this 110-acre museum is famed for its art collection, grounds and view. From Etruscan antiquities to Man Ray photographs, you can also see the LA skyline, San Bernardino Mountains and Pacific Ocean. Plus admission is free.


Sunset boulevard, the Hollywood sign and its famous city still leaves visitors star-struck. See which celebrities have gold star status on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and compare your hand and foot prints with screen legends outside Grauman's Chinese Theater.

Santa Monica Pier

This carnival of to-dos is best known for its historic 1922 carousel. Take the tykes to the amusement park or the aquarium beneath the eastern deck of the pier. Sign up for a class at the trapeze school, or just unwind with cocktails and watch the sunset over the Pacific Ocean.

Universal Studios Hollywood (SM)

Get ready for the ultimate Hollywood movie experience! Go behind the scenes on the world famous Studio Tour to explore where Hollywood movies are made and see firsthand the world’s largest 3-D experience, King Kong 360 3-D, created by Peter Jackson. Then, face action head-on in heart-pounding rides, shows and attractions that put you inside some of the world’s biggest movies. And be part of the battle as you embark on a mission to defend the Allspark from the evil clutches of the DecepticonsTM in TransformersTM: The Ride-3D.

Disneyland Resort

Bring your little mermaids to Ariel's Undersea Adventure, and Padawans to Jedi Training Academy. Join the Disney Princesses and fanfare down Main Street USA at Mickey's Soundsational Parade.

Sunset Strip (West Hollywood)

Peer into LA's cruising culture on this 1.5-mile stretch in West Hollywood. From the Comedy Store to The Standard, and House of Blues to SkyBar, cruise your way through the stream of glittering Angelinos, billboards and rock history.

Venice Beach Boardwalk

Grab a vitamin-packed juice and join the cast of characters. Check out the break dancers, mimes and seriously buff bods on Muscle Beach. Have your name written on a grain of rice, get a (temporary) tattoo, then take a dip in the Pacific Ocean.

Griffith Park

The park, occupying more than 4,200 acres in the eastern Santa Monica Mountain range, features the Griffith Observatory, Greek Theatre and the L.A. Zoo. Or experience the outdoors with a picnic, hiking or horseback riding.

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