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Supun E. said, "...of a ritzy LA experience you can come to Grand Ave, near the 2nd Street/Civic Center Red Line Station, where the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, and Grand Park are located. I highly recommend the free outdoor Grand Performances . If..." See More
Enchanted F. said, "...further afield you have Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena . While downtown be sure to view some great architectural gems like Walt Disney Concert Hall by Frank Gehri; Union Station and also for local mexican flavor check out Olvera Street Plaza. Happy travels!..." See More
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Winifred N. said, "...the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels and then walk across the street to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Go to Walt Disney Concert Hall and see if you can take a peek inside. Next to that is the new Broad Contemporary Art Museum..." See More
Judi F. said, "...While downtown, see the new Broad Contemporary Art Museum (The), MOCA (the Museum of Contemporary Art) and the Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall (home of the LA Philharmonic). Eat at any of the many excellent restaurants. Just search Yelp for the ones that..." See More
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Laurie P. said, "...Hills and the stars’ homes, the museums, etc. Miscellaneous things to see and do: MOCA (Museum of Comtemparary Art, downtown, near Walt Disney Concert Hall) 152 N. Central, 213.626.6222 (closed Tues., Wed.) *The Getty Center (Brentwood area) beautiful museum with beautiful grounds; popular..." See More
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Breanna W. said, "...Like Jenifer mentioned, Griffith Observatory is great for day and night views! (I think everyone who answers this will agree!)The Walt Disney Concert Hall downtown is a great structure for angles and clean lines. Plus not far you also have Union Station, Grand Central..." See More
Leonard L. said, "...go down, and enjoy some nice music in a beautiful setting. (Bring a sweater, it'll get chilly in the evening). Alternately, Walt Disney Concert Hall is a beautiful example of Frank Gehry architecture, with nice concerts as well.Cruise Mulholland Drive and catch some of..." See More
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