In a quiet city park in East Los Angeles, you can see the last remnants of the first courthouse in Los Angeles.
Palm trees are a ubiquitous symbol for the city of Los Angeles. Here’s a look at the history and impact of these omnipresent trees.
In front of the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, you’ll find a statue of baseball legend Jackie Robinson wearing a football uniform.
In Baldwin Hills, two monuments sit in the middle of traffic islands, celebrating the victories of the Civil Rights Movement.
Hidden under a stairway at a retail store in Pasadena you’ll find the handprints of one of the greatest basketball players of all time.
There’s no better spot in Los Angeles to see planes fly out of LAX than Clutter’s Park in El Segundo.
In MacArthur Park you’ll find a statue dedicated to the memory of the president and general manager of the Los Angeles Times.
On the grounds of the Americana in Glendale, you will find an ATM that dispenses cupcakes.
Along Sunset Blvd you can find 32 bronze plaques featuring the names of sports professionals.
In Little Tokyo you’ll find a tribute to the crew of the Space Shuttle Challenger Seven.