In Silver Lake, you’ll find a set of concrete steps frequently painted with hearts and bright colors.
Spanning The 101 Freeway at Los Angeles Street and Main Street, you will find two sculptures that work in concert to greet newcomers to the City of Los Angeles.
Just outside Pasadena City Hall, you’ll find two giant heads — one of baseball player Jackie Robinson and the other of Olympic athlete Mack Robinson.
Along Southern California beaches, on certain nights of the month in spring and summer, you can watch thousands of silvery fish throw themselves onto the beach to spawn.
In Downtown Los Angeles you can take in a panoramic view of the entire city from atop Los Angeles City Hall for free.
On a lonely road in Altadena, just before you enter the Angeles National Forest, you’ll come across one of the last working payphones in Los Angeles.
In Echo Park, you’ll find one of the most famous movie markets of all time.
In the middle of a traffic island along a hectic street just outside of Beverly Hills, you can find a tribute to the father of Chile, Peru, and Argentina.
In Downtown Los Angeles, where the modern city was founded by 44 pobladores from Mexico, you’ll find the oldest church in Los Angeles.
In Claremont, along Historic Route 66, you’ll find The Donut Man, home of the city-famous Strawberry Donut.