More Free Attractions in Los Angeles
Take Look At The Past
Come see where L.A. began at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Park. Here you’ll find a number of restored historical buildings Avila Adobe,
which is the oldest existing hours in L.A., the Old Church, the Old Plaza Firehouse and more. The Park is also the home of a colorful Mexican
marketplace where visitors may shop, listen to lively Mexican music, watch folklore dances or dine at several restaurants.
Listen To The Beat Of A Different Drum
Downtown’s California Plaza presents special free concerts at noon and on selected evenings. Each season’s schedule offers musical performances of every
variety, including classical, world music and theatrical numbers.
L.A.’s Undiscovered Wilderness
Los Angeles possesses a wealth of natural wilderness, which attracts avid hikers and bikers at such sites as Topanga State Park,Griffith Park
and the Angeles National Forest in Los Angeles. Trails abound in the 65,000- Acre Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area which encompasses
steep cliffs, lush rolling hills, canyons, shady oak groves, meadows, coastal sage, hard chaparral, waterfalls, valleys and sandy beaches as well as providing a wilderness habitat for local wildlife.
tTravel The World Without A Passpor
L.A.’s mini- nations enhance the culture and character of this international city. Meet
The people and enjoy the foods, arts, music and crafts of Mexico, China and a dozen other cultures right here in Los Angeles.
Downtown’s Olvera Street
Little Tokyo and Chinatown are just some of the ethnic enclaves that invite you to explore.
For a more Kosher experience, head over to Fairfax Avenue and browse the boutiques, produce stands and galleries at Farmer Market.
Watch TV Live
Be a part of a studio audience on youe favorite television shoe. You may write for tickets in advance or pick them
up in person, since free tickets are available daily at some studio complexes. Remember, tickets, and seating for shows
are on a first come, first served basis. Most shows have a minimum age requirement of 14.
For more information, contact:
Paramount Television Audience Shows,
7471 Melrose Ave., Hollywood
Free tickets are also available outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood
Discover Fossil Fun
The La Brea Tar Pits in Hancock Park are the site of the richest discovery of Age
fossils the world has ever known. More than 100 tons of fossilized bones representing nearly
400 species of mammals, birds, reptiles and fish have been unearthed from pools of sticky asphalt dating back to prehistoric time.
Located at 5801 Wilshire Blvd., next door to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.