In the entertainment capital of world, there is always something to do and somewhere to go.Los Angeles is a geographically diverse city, known for the ability for visitors and natives alike to ski in the mountains and surf at the world famous beaches, all in the same sunny day.
As stars abound throughout the LA area and hip areas fade away and are revitalized, some neighborhoods never relinquish their grasp on the life of luxury. At JustLuxe, we make vacationing easy; we compiled a list of our top five favorite things to do in Los Angeles.
Grauman's Chinese Theatre: Located in the heart of Hollywood and a favorite for visitors of things to do in Los Angeles, Grauman's Chinese Theatre is often the home of blockbuster movie premieres and events like the Academy Awards Ceremony. Imprinted in the cement around the theatre are the hand and footprints of over 200 Hollywood celebrities and famous athletes like Kobe Bryant.
Disneyland: Anaheim's Disneyland Park and Resort is the original theme park that has spawned several other locations around the world. It was built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney himself in 1955. The park is an equal treat for children and adults, with many famous rides that have endured the test of time, like 'Space Mountain' and 'It's a Small World After All'. Fireworks and performances happen daily.
Universal Studios Hollywood: Among the many things to do in Los Angeles, Universal Studios Hollywood is a must see. There is an amusement park as well as movie studios, both of which are open to the public. The park sits on a hilltop on the edge of Hollywood and is marked by the famous Universal Studio fountain. In addition to the rides and tours, there is the Universal City Walk full of shops and theaters.
The Tonight Show Taping: On-air since 1954, The Tonight Show is one of the longest-running programs on television. The show was made most famous by Johnny Carson, and it now hosted by Jay Leno. Get in on the action highlighted by musical guests and celebrity appearances by joining the studio audience for a live taping.
Dodger Stadium: Dodger Stadium is home to the Los Angeles baseball club. The stadium parking lot offers great views of the downtown area, and has been the team's home since they moved west from Brooklyn. The Championship Tour takes visitors behind the scenes at the ballpark, giving you a glimpse of restricted areas. Ball games are played here during the summer months.
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