Los Angeles Attractions

Los Angeles AttractionsWalt Disney Concert Hall - If you would like to hear a unique and dazzling symphony play their best music, then you should check out the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Not only will you get to hear a great musical show, but you'll also enjoy the sights of one of the most well-built concert halls in the world. The way the building is made makes the acoustic inside better. That means the sound is much crisper inside the hall. Enjoy your music and architecture here.

Universal Studios Hollywood - With plenty of rides and attractions for the entire family, Universal Studios Hollywood is a rare treat in the tourism industry. You can enjoy rides that simply take your breath away, including the recent Transformers ride that was just made. There are also plenty of games and good places to eat when you're not waiting for the lines to open up for the rides. You never know what you might find around every corner at Universal Studios Hollywood. The entire family will remember this one.

The Staples Center - If you're in Los Angeles during basketball season, do yourself a favor and go see a Lakers game. The show put on at the Staples Center is unmatched by any other arena in the NBA. You'll of course get to see the talented Lakers team play a rousing game of basketball, but you'll also see celebrities in attendance. Jack Nicholson is a regular attendee of Lakers home games at the Staples Center. You just might be able to get some autographs from players and Hollywood celebrities, too.

Grammy Museum - Music lovers will enjoy what they see and hear at the Grammy Museum. Each month features a different band to have on the spotlight. The Beach Boys were recently the featured band at the museum, and guests enjoyed handwritten samples of the music they wrote, rare photos of the band, and unique recordings of Beach Boys songs. You could take the guided tour or strike out on your own in the museum. Give yourself at least four hours to see everything inside the museum.

Runyon Canyon Park - Have you ever dreamed of seeing the Hollywood sign in person? If you have some time to pass waiting for a flight out of Los Angeles, you should take a hike up a small section of Runyon Canyon Park. Not only do you see the Hollywood sign, but you also get a rare view of the entire city of Los Angeles. You'll want to take plenty of pictures of what you see there.