Spring is here, how exciting! Let’s plan a trip and get lost in sunshine.
- Universal Studio Hollywood
One of L.A.’s most iconic attractions is Universal Studio Hollywood. You can go behind the scenes to explore real film sets where Hollywood movies are made. You’ll be touring through active lots, so keep your eyes peeled for celebrity sightings! Then, head to the theme park portion of Universal Studios where you can spend the rest of the day enjoying rides and exhibits.
- Hollywood Movie Star Homes Tour – LA City Tours
If the wax versions of your favorite celebrities don’t meet your stargazing expectations, then you must take the Hollywood Movie Star Homes Tour by LA City Tour. These tours take you on scenic rides to amazing properties, including the homes of Michael Jackson, Tom Cruise, Paris Hilton, and the Osbournes to name just a few. You’ll also pass by Rodeo Drive, the Hollywood Sign, Mulholland Drive, Beverly Hills, Bel-Air and the Sunset Strip. Feel like an A-Lister – if only for a few hours – and see how your favorite stars really live. Don’t forget to bring your star-shaped glasses!
- Grammy Museum
If you like music, you can’t miss the Grammy Museum at L.A. LIVE in Downtown L.A. The museum offers three floors of music memorabilia and interactive exhibits that educate and inspire guests on how music has shaped American culture. A favorite stop is the second-floor Clive Davis Theater, where everyone from Taylor Swift to Ringo Starr have performed!
- Pacific Park – Santa Monica Pier
For great ocean views and even greater people-watching head to the historic Santa Monica Pier for fun in the sun or under the stars.
- Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens
While you’re at Griffith Park, don’t miss the Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens, which spans more than 133 acres. The acclaimed zoo is home to more than 1,100 mammals, birds and reptiles from around the world, including several rare and endangered species.