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.
On top of a ridge in Elysian Park overlooking Frogtown, there was once a swing hanging from a tree.
In Downtown Los Angeles you can take in a panoramic view of the entire city from atop Los Angeles City Hall for free.
Inside a third-floor room of UCLA’s Geology Building, you’ll find a display of more than 100 meteorites.
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 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.
In Little Tokyo you can find a small shop that’s been making mochi by hand for more than 100 years.
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.