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Downtown Los Angeles has been experiencing a major revitalization over the years. It’s a hot spot of things to do an places to see when you’re visiting Los Angeles.
The STAPLES Center is a multi-purpose arena that hosts four professional sports franchises and is about to host the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.
Though the Grammy Walk of Fame is located outside of the Grammy Museum, it’s a project of the Recording Academy, not the Grammy Museum.
You don’t have to wait for the Grammy Awards to air on television to experience the Grammys an all that goes with these prestigious music awards. The Grammy Museum contains a rich collection of historical music artifacts including costumes and instruments from the Grammy Awards, handwritten lyrics, records and audio/video recordings.
Microsoft Theater is a music and theater venue that is part of the LA Live complex in downtown Los Angeles.
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles is the only artist-founded museum in Los Angeles. Established in 1979, the art museum is dedicated to collecting and exhibiting contemporary art.
The Los Angeles Union Station is an LA landmark and considered a vibrant symbol of downtown LA’s renaissance.
The Los Angeles City Hall was once the tallest building in Los Angeles, rising to a level of 150 feet. The observation deck on the top floor offers one of the best 360 degree views of Los Angeles to be found.
Angelenos and art lovers visiting Los Angeles will want to make it a point to check out The Broad in downtown Los Angeles.