Enjoy a relaxing day at Descanso Gardens to enjoy nature at its best.
From music and art to Shakespeare and premiere action sports, there are a number of family-friendly activities across the Southland. Here is what’s happening in Los Angeles this week!
When it comes to getting the most bang from your buck, we think you’ll agree that this selection of Los Angeles venues offers grandparents, parents and kids some choice destinations at an affordable price.
A romantic stroll through botanic gardens is always a great way to enjoy time with your sweetie. Take a trip to the Descanso Gardens and see why this is one of the best in southern California.
Check out this list of fabulous brunches in Southern California – take your special lady on Mother’s Day to impress and wow her.
Whether you’re looking to share a romantic meal with someone special or celebrate with family and friends, restaurants are ready with special menus for Feb. 14. Some restaurants are extending their Valentine’s Day menus over […]
The fourth annual National Public Gardens Day is almost here and David Brown, of Descanso Gardens, visited KCAL9 to discuss how they will mark the occasion.
Dad tells you the best things to have your kids do for you or with you in LA on Father’s Day.
National Public Gardens Day is Friday, May 6 and KCAL got a sneak peak of a new garden opening for students with developmental needs.
Got plans for President’s Day weekend? Now you do.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has spared a stand of non-native redwood trees at the entrance of Descanso Gardens.
The holiday, which became a federal holiday in 1894, is observed every first Monday in September in honor of the contributions workers have made to the prosperity and well-being of our country. Labor Day is now celebrated as a day of rest and the unofficial end of summer.
California is blessed with lots of sunshine, so home gardens and landscaped parks are plentiful. But if you want to visit a formal garden, which is a day’s activity in and of itself, here are some of the grandest.
East of downtown Los Angeles, the San Gabriel Valley encompasses 31 cities and five unincorporated areas. The area is equal parts history and intrigue, with a number of family-friendly historical districts, parks and museums that are fun for all.
Dinner in a first-class restaurant with a stunning view of the city at night is an easy way to set the romantic mood for a proposal.