Los Angeles features a vast catalog of exciting tourist attractions, such as Universal Studio City Walk, Beverly Hills, the Venice Beach boardwalk, and Disneyland (technically, this is in Anaheim, not Los Angeles proper). You can also find out-of-the-way places like the Peterson Auto Museum on the corner of Wilshire and Fairfax and the Apple Pan restaurant right across from the Westside Pavilion.
Unusual Tourist Attractions In LA
Check out the Hollywood Forever Cemetery off Santa Monica Boulevard or go for a late-night snack at Fred 62's Diner on Vermont. If you'd like someone to show you the ropes of the real LA, look to Los Angeles Sightseeing Tours. Our organization delivers for visitors from around the world all the time, offering seasonal opportunities to explore places like Magic Mountain Six Flags Amusement Park in Valencia and the 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica.
You can also go on air-conditioned tours of movie stars' homes (private buses, coaches, and other charter craft are available--see site operators for details and pricing). Go for a drive on Mulholland Drive and catch a glimpse of the ubiquitously famous Hollywood sign.
Alternatively, head to Hollywood & Highland, a phenomenal shopping complex on the corner of Hollywood Boulevard, right near Mann's Chinese Theater, Ripley's Believe It or Not, and the Walk of Fame. You can also go to places that local Angelenos love, such as the Grove Shopping Complex adjacent to the Farmers Market on 3rd Street and Fairfax near the Writers Guild of America West Building. Check out our tours online or by phone at 1-800-870-1886.