In Downtown Los Angeles you can take a ride on the world’s shortest railway.
In Venice Beach, you can find a giant steel sculpture on a hill between the boardwalk and the Pacific Ocean.
In Boyle Heights you can see a spectacular kiosco, hand-carved by a master sculptor from Guadalajara, honoring the spirit and music of mariachi.
In Silver Lake you can visit a defunct fountain that once honored the inventor of an essential piece of medical equipment. Or so we’re led to believe.
Anyone driving along the 134 through the city of Eagle Rock has seen this huge, rounded boulder looming above the northern edge of the freeway.
In Little Tokyo you can find a small shop that’s been making mochi by hand for more than 100 years.
In East Los Angeles you can visit a building that’s shaped like a tamale.
Along Sunset Blvd you can find 32 bronze plaques featuring the names of sports professionals.
On Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena you can find the Foothill Bancroft Marker — a relic of the first road system in Los Angeles.
An unusual and iconic tree, visible for miles, stands tall at the top of a hill in East Los Angeles.