1. The Getty

The Getty Center is famous for its extremely durable assortment, which incorporates pre-20th century European artistic creations, drawings, enlightened original copies, design, and beautiful expressions; 19th and 20th century American, European and Asian photos; and contemporary and current model.

2. Santa Monica Pier

The Santa Monica Pier has been a well-known fishing sport for both amateurs and seasoned fishers for a long time and remains a famous spot to catch perch, bass, and mackerel.

3. Griffith Observatory

the Griffith Observatory is eminent as a public innovator in open stargazing, and a dearest gathering place for guests and Angelenos the same. The Griffith Observatory's grounds, exhibits, and telescopes are open and free to the public every day the building is open.

4. Hollywood Sign

The Hollywood Sign is something beyond nine white letters explaining a city's name. It's one of the world's most popular landmarks and a general similitude for ambition, success, glamour...for this stunning spot, industry and dream we call H-O L-Y-W O-D.

5. The Broad

The Broad is a contemporary art historical center in Los Angeles offering free admission and a functioning project of pivoting displays. The Broad is a contemporary art historical center with north of 2,000 bits of workmanship housed in a "honeycomb like" exterior.

6. Walt Disney Concert Hall

Walt Disney Concert Hall is home to the LA Phil - one of the world's transcendent ensembles - and an unmatched scene for old style music, contemporary music, world music and jazz.

7. The Getty Villa

Visit the Getty Villa Museum in Pacific Palisades to enjoy Greek and Roman art housed in a re-created Roman seaside home.

8. Santa Monica State Beach

Located only west of Downtown Los Angeles, Santa Monica beach is a famous example of the popular Southern California sea shores. Santa Monica State Beach offers up not just miles of waterfront, surfing and trekking ways to its elegant local area, yet in addition various nearby stops.