If you’re an architectural buff, or a fan of the work of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, then you’ll want to be certain to drive by the Ennis House when you visit Los Angeles.
The Second Street Tunnel has been called the most famous tunnel in the world that nobody has heard of.
The Los Angeles City Hall building is one of the most famous landmarks in LA. This photo shows the most iconic view of it.
World famous Randy’s Donuts dates back to 1962, but it’s style of architecture dates back to the Thirties.
A few decades back, Googie style architecture was the rage for all of the coffee shop restaurants. Some of the big chain restaurants featuring it were Bob’s Big Boy and Azar’s Big Boy. If you were alive then, you remember them.
The Hollywood Palladium Theatre is a historic landmark that currently functions as a live concert and music venue for Live Nation.
Perhaps the most breathtaking views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Sign are from the Griffith Observatory, one of LA’s top landmarks.
When looking at the Los Angeles skyline from a distance, the tallest building in Los Angeles actually appears considerably shorter than it’s top competitors. And we do mean competitors.
Like Mamas and Papas sang in the song California Dreamin back in 1965, most of us have wished for the warm California sunshine on a cold winter day! Each year over 50 million tourists come to Los Angeles.
A lot of people talk about the top Instagram spots in Los Angeles. We’re going to let you experience what it’s like to be at THE top Instagram spot in LA.