In Mount Washington, you can find a small triangle of land so beloved by the neighborhood, it was given its own name.
The Pacific Cinerama Dome, the world’s first concrete geodesic dome, has been a fixture on Sunset Boulevard since it first opened on November, 7 1963 when it famously premiered the star-studded “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.”
If you’ve spent any time in Los Angeles driving along The 101, then you’ve likely noticed the giant, illuminated cross on top of a hill in Hollywood. One day, we ventured up that hill for a closer look.
If you’ve ever wondered what a house would happen if a giant balloon was covered with wire mesh and sprayed with concrete, then head on over to Pasadena to see the Bubble House.
Believe it or not, someone pinpointed the exact Center of Los Angeles. It’s known as Edwards’ Point, and it’s an easy place to visit.