On the swankiest street in Beverly Hills you can visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s last contribution to Los Angeles architecture.
Tucked away in an out-of-the-way corner of Silver Lake, there’s a house that holds countless sacred treasures plundered from the Middle East .
Along the twists and turns of Topanga Canyon Boulevard, you’ll find the Flying Pig of Topanga — a winged pig taking flight.
Eight historic buildings from the Victorian heyday of Los Angeles are preserved at the Heritage Square Museum, located along the banks of the Arroyo Seco in Montecito Heights.
On Wilshire Boulevard, across the street from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, you can find 10 sections of the Berlin Wall, the longest portion of this Cold War relic outside of Germany.
In North Hollywood you can view a painted mural that tells the entire history of Los Angeles along a half-mile stretch of a flood control channel.
Visit the In-N-Out Replica, a museum dedicated to the early days of the historic Los Angeles drive-thru at the location of the chain’s first (well, second) store in Baldwin Park.
In Santa Monica you can visit a still-functioning 123-year-old pinhole camera that displays live images from Santa Monica Beach.