Outside the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, you’ll find the second largest chair in Los Angeles.
In Downtown Los Angeles you can visit a huge warehouse space filled with almost endless varieties of candy.
In Duarte you’ll find an impressive collection of vintage race cars, motorcycles, experimental automobiles, and racing memorabilia.
In Pico Union, next to a row of historic houses on Alvarado Terrace, you’ll find the shortest street in Los Angeles.
In Downtown Los Angeles you can take a ride on the world’s shortest railway.
In Westlake’s Lafayette Park, you can see a decaying statue of the man who helped secure America’s independence.
In Venice Beach, you can find a giant steel sculpture on a hill between the boardwalk and the Pacific Ocean.
In historic West Adams, inside a classic movie theatre, you can visit a 360-degree, hand-painted mural of Shenyang, China that hearkens back to a style of entertainment before the birth of film.
Along a sleepy stretch of road in South Pasadena you’ll drive by the location of the first Easter service ever held in California. Supposedly.
In the oldest part of Los Angeles, you’ll find a detailed mural by Italian-American artist Leo Politi celebrating the annual Blessing of the Animals.