# Things to do in los angeles
3 Free Things to do in LA
Los Angeles is a city full of culture and things to do. Although many activities come with a fee, there are many that are free of charge. Here are 3 of the most popular:. No trip to LA would be complete without a visit to Venice Beach! The Venice Beach Boardwalk is a two-mile stretch of beachfront property that features all sorts of unique shops, food vendors, and street performers. Visitors can people-watch, go for a swim, or simply enjoy the warm California weather. Be sure to check out Muscle Beach, where you can watch bodybuilders working out in open-air gyms!
Hikes in Los Angeles, California
I’ve lived in Los Angeles for about 7 years, and funny to say I have never written a blog post about things to do, see or eat here! It’s funny because now that I don’t live there currently, it’s something I want to start doing. While traveling the world, many people are always asking me what they should do, where to eat, etc. while visiting Los Angeles, and this is a perfect opportunity to start writing these blog posts. So here we are.
Arts District || Los Angeles Travel Guide
Come along with me and explore the Arts District! The Arts District started out as an industrial area way back in the day and then became home to artists starting in the 70s. Today it is a popular neighborhood in downtown Los Angeles full of murals, street art, galleries, restaurants, breweries and much more! || Instagram: @TravelCrazyKatie ||
5 Fun Places to Visit in Los Angeles
Los Angeles has become one of the most popular cities in the world. With its unique culture, diverse population, and exciting nightlife, Los Angeles is an ideal place to visit. Here are five places to go in LA.
Oldest House In LA Is On Olvera Street
The Ávila Adobe, built in 1818 by Francisco Ávila, is the oldest standing residence in the city of Los Angeles, California. There are many street style vendors and delicious Mexican restaurants located along the enclosed street meant for walking. Free Hours: 9 AM – 4 PM daily Location: 10 Olvera St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Everything you Need to be Doing in June in Los Angeles
Summer is so close you can almost taste it! Here's everything you need to be doing in June in Los Angeles to get those vacation-mode feels. Everything you need to be doing in June in Los AngelesPhoto Credit: EatDrinkLA.
How to Travel LA Like a LOCAL: the non-tourist guide
YouTube: Michael MartelloHow to travel Los Angeles like a local?! Here's the only guide you need to explore LA as a non-tourist (because who ACTUALLY wants to go to Hollywood Boulevard?!). A portion of this video was sponsored by Mott & Bow. Discount code in video & affiliate link on YouTube. Stay tuned until the end for a fun teaser of my next video ;)
Ultimate Los Angeles Travel Guide - Travel LA Like a Pro!
ULTIMATE LOS ANGELES TRAVEL GUIDE! If you're visiting LA (or just want to dream about it) - look no further, I have you covered! For 5 days, I became a tourist in my own city of LA, exploring all of the hottest neighborhoods and attractions. Starting from Venice & Santa Monica, I made my way throughout the MUST SEE stops (and also had SO much fun). Welcome to Los Angeles, California!
12 Things you Need to be doing in April
It's officially spring in Los Angeles, and the city is absolutely blooming with in-person activities! Here's everything you need to be doing in L.A. in April to come out smelling like a rose.
A Tour of NORTH HOLLYWOOD (NoHo Arts District and NoHo West Shopping Center)
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) visits the northern part of Hollywood, in a city called North Hollywood, which is above Universal City. Many people know about Hollywood, since it is the main tourist city in Los Angeles. Many even know of West Hollywood. But not too many know about North Hollywood and what this part of town looks like. What does North Hollywood look like? Is it worth visiting? Are there any great restaurants or top attractions in North Hollywood? Follow Rockstar Eater as he takes you on a walking tour through North Hollywood, covering the famous NoHo Arts District and NoHo West Shopping Center.
Checking Out the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles, CA | Great Museum For the Family!
A gateway back to the Ice Age, right in the heart of L.A. Website - <a href="https://tarpits.org">https://tarpits.org</a>/
Walking through the Piers of REDONDO BEACH
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) shows you another one of the great places to visit in Los Angeles by walking around Redondo Beach. Redondo Beach is one of the famous beaches in Los Angeles, known for its pier that has some great seafood and is a good fishing spot. If you are thinking of visiting Redondo Beach Pier but don’t know what it looks like, especially in 2021, you’ve come to the right episode. Follow Steve as he talks you on a Redondo Beach Walking Tour, covering the main site, the Redondo Pier, which includes the International Boardwalk and the Fisherman’s Wharf
Tour of Olvera Street and Union Station in Los Angeles
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) goes on another Los Angeles tour by walking around Olvera Street and Union Station. These two spots are some of the best attractions in Los Angeles, very historic in everyway. They are close to each other and near Chinatown LA. So if you are curious to see what Olvera Street looks like, watch this Olvera Street and Union Station walking tour!
Vasquez Rocks, Gibbon Conservation Center & Passages (Things to do in Santa Clarita)
We are taking a road trip to Santa Clarita. First we stop by Vasquez Rocks in Agua Dulce. Then we visited the Gibbon Conservation Center in Santa Clarita. Lastly we checked out the Passages museum.
The Broad Museum, Downtown Los Angeles
Visiting the Broad Museum in Downtown Los Angeles.
The Melrose Trading Post
Hey Ya'll! If you ever visit Los Angeles or live in the city, one of my favorite things to do on a Sunday is to walk the Melrose Trading Post. It's like a giant flea market with food, music and tons of vendors selling a variety of things. I actually purchased most of my furniture and art there.
Olvera Street || Los Angeles Travel Guide
Olvera Street is known as "the birthplace of Los Angeles" and is a part of the El Pueblo De Los Angeles National Monument. There is a bunch of cool stuff to see here including a Mexican marketplace, shops, restaurants, museums, and traditional events. In fact, Olvera Street is home to the oldest standing residence in Los Angeles, you can even go inside and tour it! If you're interested in California history, this is a great place to visit. Come with me on a short tour of Olvera Street to see some of what this popular attraction in Downtown Los Angeles has to offer. Instagram: @TravelCrazyKatie
Venice Beach California || Los Angeles Travel Guide
Want to know what the famous Venice Beach in Los Angeles has to offer? You're in the right place! In this video I'll tell you why I love Venice and show you some of the things you must see if you visit. Venice California is a unique beach town with a boardwalk full of things to do and see. It is well known for it's bohemian spirit, you can find everyone from bodybuilders to artists here on any given day.
Westwood Village (Southern California Day Trip)
Day trip to Westwood Village. Visiting UCLA, Fowler Museum, 800 Degrees, Diddy Riese, and Hammer Museum.