We all know the story behind the Hollywood Sign. But this is the story of how to get behind the Hollywood Sign.
In Chatsworth you’ll find one of the last classic roadside burger stands in Los Angeles.
In Downtown Los Angeles you can take in a panoramic view of the entire city from atop Los Angeles City Hall for free.
In Echo Park, you’ll find one of the most famous movie markets of all time.
In Downtown Los Angeles, where the modern city was founded by 44 pobladores from Mexico, you’ll find the oldest church in Los Angeles.
In Downtown Los Angeles you can take a ride on the world’s shortest railway.
In San Pedro you can visit a 17-ton bell that’s a symbol of the lasting friendship between the United States and South Korea.
It’s not an abbey and it’s nowhere near Encino, but Highland Park’s Abbey San Encino has a storied history in both the local artists movement and in the Los Angeles music scene.
Hidden behind a non-descript storefront in Downtown Los Angeles, you’ll find a series wondrous handmade tile murals from the kiln of a Southern California tile-making master.
An elegantly styled Gothic bridge, named for William Shakespeare, spans a dry stream bed in the Franklin Hills.