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Known for spectacular fireworks and music performances, the Hollywood Bowl is the largest amphitheater in the United States. It is famous for its architecture that includes arches in the shape of a real hemispheric bowl with the Hollywood Hills in the background. This place hosts many musical events in a year and is also the home of the LA Philharmonic. With a seating capacity of 18,000 it opens the season with grand fireworks in late June every year. Even during the off season, there are numerous lease events, mostly related to music, going on over here. The tickets sale to the season normally starts in…
Venice Beach - Los Angeles - 4.7 out of 5 based on 3 votes
Don’t worry about which famous spaces to visit first in Los Angeles and head straight to the Venice Beach. The beach can be the best experience for you and your kids a real fun place to go to. The place is well known for culture explosion and mesmerizing sights. Venice Beach is situated in Ocean Front Walk 1800-1898 Los Angeles, California. The beach welcomes people the whole year round and there is no fixed time to visit the beach. Parking is free only if you find parking place at the street side. Otherwise beach has parking facility and it is a paid parking with a…
Music and dance can be experienced best at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. This masterpiece was created in steel by renowned architect Frank Gehry. This unique building houses the Los Angeles Philharmonic and was designed in order to provide a visually and acoustically enriched experience to the visitors. If you also want to be a part of this beautiful creation spread in an area of 3.6 acres with a completely wooden auditorium, you can be a part of various shows and tours that will make you get a glimpse of the creative and artistic aura of the city of Los Angeles. You can buy tickets…
Los Angeles never fails to share its beauty and abundance to other parts of the world. Its gigantic structures usually pave way to open the curiosity of people and they end up staying right on these places. The STAPLES Center is the multi-purpose sports arena situated at Downtown, Los Angeles. It has become the major sporting facility in greater area of Los Angeles. From the time that it was completely established, it eventually changed the perception of entire Downtown and transformed the adjacent South Park neighborhood. STAPLES Center is a home to 4 professional and popular sports teams which include Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles…
Hollywood Walk of Fame and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote
You can’t think of Hollywood celebrities without thinking of both the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. The Hollywood Walk of Fame consists of over 2,000 stars honoring Hollywood’s biggest celebrities in the performing arts industry. Grauman’s Chinese Theatre is not only known for its red carpet premieres but also the hand and/or footprints of movie stars preserved in cement. No one should go to LA without visiting these historical sites. The Hollywood Walk of Fame was created in order to honor the best of those in the motion picture, television, recording and radio industry. Later, a live theatre category was added. Getting…
Santa Monica Pier and Beach - 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote
If you want to experience the real beach life near Los Angeles then you have one choice, going to Santa Monica. This stunning area has three miles of lush beach which boasts over 340 days of sunshine a year, and that means no matter when you head there you are sure to catch some rays. In addition to the beaches the area is awash with a plethora of shops and restaurants to suit every single taste. Why not hire a bicycle and explore the area? It will be one of the best days out that you can possibly have in the Los Angeles area. It…
If there is one place that can aptly narrate the story of Hollywood, it is certainly the Paramount Picture Studios in Los Angeles. Apart from a place where you can see celebrities and take pictures with them, it is the right place to see the past 100 years of Hollywood in the largest studios that produce films and television serials alike. A tour to the Paramount Pictures Studios would leave you mesmerized with motion pictures. Most of the tours are available for visitors 12 years and over. The tours to the studios is always guided and if you are a movie buff then you would…
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