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.
The Venice Boardwalk is one of the most famous places in the world. It is known for the many artists that line the boardwalk selling hand made artistic goods and for the talented street performers.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is located on a section of Wilshire Blvd known as the Miracle Mile and Museum Row.
Even if you don’t go inside the Petersen Automotive Museum, you’ll want to make it a point to at least drive by it.
Grand Central Market, LA’s largest foodcourt, is one of the few things surviving from the early days of Los Angeles when Bunker Hill was lined with stately Victorian mansions.
I’ve you have been to a Christmas Parade of Lights with all the lighted floats and wished you could see it more than once a year, you can. It’s the Venice Electric Light Parade and it happens every week.
If you are an old film buff and visiting Los Angeles, then stopping by the Music Box Steps is a must for your things to do in Los Angeles bucket list.
One of the coolest, but for some reason less talked about, painted staircases in Los Angeles is the Murray Staircase, aka The Piano Stairs.
This week Miss Kitty Fairlane takes a break from the stress of trying to land a movie part. She brings you to Echo Park Lake where she tells you the history of the Echo Park Neighborhood and Lake in the way only Miss Kitty can do.