1) Kidspace Children's Museum
It is a non-profit museum that provides intellectual, joyful experiences for kids. It also engages kids in Great Practices and Innovative Approaches to Drive Program Design. The best part of the museum is the Arroyo Adventure area and mud kitchen.
TrrePeople is more than just a park. It supports society to care for and plant trees. It also provides training and experiential education to students. Admission to this place is free.
3) Time Travel Mart
The famous Time travel Mark sells unique and amusing gifts from different time travels. It is at 1714 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles. They also sell books, apparel, and prints.
4) Angels Flight Railway
The 118-year-old funicular takes passengers on a short ride between Hill Street and Grand Avenue on Bunker Hill. It costs $1 for one way or 50cents with a card and is open from 6:45 am-10 pm, seven days a week.
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