In Downtown Los Angeles you’ll find a monument acknowledging all of the cities throughout the world who share kinship with Los Angeles.
We all know the story behind the Hollywood Sign. But this is the story of how to get behind the Hollywood Sign.
Along the shore below the cliffs of Palos Verdes Estates, you can visit the rusting remnants of a ship that ran aground at this spot in 1961.
In Chatsworth you’ll find one of the last classic roadside burger stands in Los Angeles.
In Beverly Hills, you’ll find the statue of a man photographing a woman, a boy, and a dog in front of a replica of the Giorgio Beverly Hills storefront.
Ord Street is a relatively short street in the heart of Chinatown, but it’s legacy reaches back to the pueblo’s first move toward commercialization.
Located at a site that offers one of the best views of the Los Angeles Skyline, you’ll find an unusual and much neglected sculpture honoring a husband and wife credited for saving Elysian Park.
In Sylmar, you’ll find a building that contains one of the greatest collections of classic cars in the entire world. And visiting the place is free.
On top of a ridge in Elysian Park overlooking Frogtown, there was once a swing hanging from a tree.
In Silver Lake, you’ll find a set of concrete steps frequently painted with hearts and bright colors.