- Type: Gardens
- Neighborhood: La Canada Flintridge
Located 20 minutes from downtown LA, these gardens are truly a nature lover's retreat. Their heart is a... Read more »
Griffith Park is a huge oasis in the heart of Los Angeles, boasting everything from the famed Griffith Observatory to hiking trails and picnic areas.
Local Expert Tip: "Plan to spend a whole day in this vast Los Angeles public park -- in fact, there is so much to see and do here you might just need two!"
- Type: Parks
- Neighborhood: Exposition Park
Originally a farmers market, Exposition Park is now home to a variety of cultural and recreational centers,... Read more »
Built in 1924 by the Metropolitan Water District, Lake Hollywood is the most secluded body of water in the... Read more »
Located on the southeastern corner of the UCLA campus is one of the most extensive botanical collections in... Read more »
When visiting these caves, you'll probably feel as if you've been here before. That's not surprising since... Read more »
Tucked away on the north campus of UCLA is this, one of the nation's best sculpture collections. More than... Read more »
This nearly two-mile strip of green runs 14 blocks along Santa Monica Boulevard, from Doheny Drive to... Read more »
Barnsdall Art Park is a bit unusual as a park, given that its most prominent feature isn't nature. Rather,... Read more »
- Type: Gardens
Designed by well-known LA landscape architect Takeo Uesugi, this 8500 sqare foot garden is done in the... Read more »
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