As one of the most historic observatories in the country, the Griffith Observatory is an amazing place to visit for a glimpse at the stars. Load up the whole family for this educational and exciting trip.
May the fourth be with you. Celebrate “Star Wars” in Los Angeles with these fun options.
On March 14, there will certainly be more than 3.14 ways to celebrate one of the most famous numbers ever. Here is just a bit of inspiration.
Griffith Observatory will stay open late the night of Dec. 21 to dispel concerns regarding the “end of the world.”
Fall is here and families are ready for a chance to experience the season throughout the Los Angeles area. Leave your cares behind and check out these entertaining places. These getaways offer some of the best indoor and outdoor activities perfect for any weather. They offer great sightseeing, adventure and opportunities to educate your little ones.
It’s a spectacle that won’t repeat for another century — the sight of Venus slowly inching across the face of the sun.
Southern Californians will get a chance Sunday to view a rare eclipse known as the “Ring of Fire.”
Encompassing an expansive 464 square miles, sprawling Los Angeles affords lovers a plethora of romantic hiking venues. So walk hand-in-hand, smell the roses, and get your juices flowing at the same time by following any […]
The City of Angeles offers an endless array of things to do with friends and family. Here are some of our favorite spots when it’s time to play tourist with your visitors.
Griffith Observatory is a wonderful destination for sight-seeing, vista-viewing, and educational day trips.
If you only have a short time in L.A., planning is everything. You could spend 90 minutes in traffic getting from A to B so a geographic strategy is essential. Here’s a guide to quintessential Los Angeles.
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.
The largest municipal park in the United States, Griffith Park spans 4,000+ acres. You don’t explore this one on foot.