3 answers

Have been to Disneyland, Universal Studies and Hollywood. Looking for things around LA which are generally kid friendly.

3 Answers

  • 0

    You could always try Knotts Berry Farm if you're looking for theme parks or you could perhaps do a studio tour at Warner Bros (http://www2.warnerbros.com/vipstudiotour/);

    otherwise its around 100 miles to San Diego where you could look at Sea World, San Diego Zoo and the Old Town San Diego Historic Park. about 9 years ago

    Answered by Yael Gaffney via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
  • +1

    Nice chunk of time to explore the area. I go fairly often and never tire of Runyon canyon in the Hollywood hills for a stint of hiking amongst LAs beautiful people and their dogs. Great views of the Hollywood sign and downtown LA. Allow 2 hours for that

    I'm a big fan of Abbott Kinney area near Venice beach area: trendy boutiques, stores, restaurants and people watching.

    The Getty Museum is a gem in Brentwood with great views of downtown and lots of permanent and rotating collections. Good for kids too-check out their websitee for a calendar of events.

    If you can do a historical walking tour of japan town, it's a entertaining and infomative and near other good neighborhoods in downtown to explore such as Union Station (good market food stalls and kid-friendly.)

    The Grove is an outdoor 'mall' that seems to priwnt itself to kids-archades, movies, shops and outddoor entertainment.

    Of course, the beaches are always good fun for the kids. Santa Monica pier is a fave.

    For what's going on the music scene, check out giglocator.com about 9 years ago

    Answered by Tunnsey via Site_iconTravellr.com
  • +1

    Getty Museum...not for the art, but for the buildings, grounds, gardens and view. over 8 years ago

    Answered by via Site_iconTravellr.com

Answer this question

Map of Los Angeles