Los Angeles has many great attractions that do not cost a dime to visit. There are several popular sights that allow free admission to its visitors.
Now that the pandemic spread is subsiding and people can visit public spaces without many scares, here are three exciting things to do for free in Los Angeles.
1. Visit Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Hollywood Forever Cemetry is located at 6000 Santa Monica Blvd in Los Angeles.
The cemetery is a commemoration of the lives lived. It is the final resting place for many biggest stars in the movie industry.
The place feels like a secret garden filled with positive energy. When you are there, you will be forgiven if you forget that you are in the middle of the city with a concrete jungle.
As Los Angeles’ most dynamic cultural event center, Hollywood Forever welcomes families and visitors to concerts, films, and events each year. Since 2000, Hollywood Forever has partnered with Cinespia to present cinema screenings in the summer on the Fairbanks Lawn, and the cemetery’s Dia de Los Muertos celebration is the largest outside of Mexico, attracting visitors from all over the world. - hollywoodforever
Apart from the celebrity graves, the place also holds cultural events in the summer.
2. Watch a Live TV Show Taping
If you love TV shows, then you must be really excited to know that you can watch a live taping of many TV shows for free in Los Angeles.
A number of most popular television programs are shot in Los Angeles. Almost all of the taping sessions charge no fees to their live audience.
You just need to get your hands on the tickets that are given out for free. Some shows release their tickets online up to a month in advance. And, in some cases, shows give out tickets on the day of taping on a first-come-first-serve basis.
3. Stargazing From Griffith Observatory
Griffith Observatory is located in Griffith Park at 2800 E Observatory Rd in Los Angeles.
The observatory provides visitors with a free astronomy museum. You can peek through the super Zeiss telescope to gaze at the sky, all for free.
If you are interested in stargazing at night, then get in line before they close it once they reach their visitor count limit for the evening.
In their own words, you can explore the universe for free in the heart of Los Angeles!
Griffith Observatory is Southern California’s gateway to the cosmos! Visitors may look through telescopes, explore exhibits, see live shows in the Samuel Oschin Planetarium, and enjoy spectacular views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Sign. - griffithobservatory
Griffith Observatory provides a panoramic view of the entire city, and the sunsets are incredibly mesmerizing. No surprise, it is considered one of the best viewpoints in the city.
Do you plan to visit these three places next time you are in Los Angeles? Or, have you already visited any of these three places before? Let us know your experience in the comments.
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