Griffith Observatory is one of the places that you can visit for free in Los Angeles.

My little cousins have been visiting our house in Los Angeles for summers. So, I had to take them to different places, they insisted on taking me to the Griffith Observatory. I was personally not interested in space-related things, but once I visited it, I changed my mind because this was the coolest thing ever. My cousins had some project related to a solar and lunar eclipse, and they wanted to see the live model of it. I had to park my car, which took 5 dollars; otherwise, it was free. Also, from the Observatory, I had a vast view of Downtown LA. Even the Hollywood sign doesn’t show this kind of view. Hollywood sign was also visible, and I took some shots on my phone because this was something I never saw. The Observatory was pretty much crowded, first on the entrance, I saw a giant pendulum which was so huge, and it tells time. I found this Camera Obscure excellent, which was according to the pinhole mechanism, and we could have the outside picture in a dark room. The main thing for which I was there was this eclipse model, and it looked so real as if I was watching it from space.

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