It’s so anti-L.A. to ditch your car, but despite the stigma of public transportation, options are plenty for taking the Metro to Dodgers Stadium.
Staples Center, the arena that revived Downtown Los Angeles, opened its doors in October of 1999 and has attracted more than 4 million visitors each year.
The Home Depot Center has been one of the most comprehensive athletic facilities since its opening in June of 2003. The 125-acre venue located on the campus of California State University, Dominguez Hills in Carson, California, is home to some of the best American athletes.
Besides basketball, at the Honda Center the curtains seem to always stay open for the hottest music stars in the business including Nickelback, Shakira and Justin Bieber.
Home of the “Rally Monkey” and dubbed the “Big A,” Angel Stadium of Anaheim is the official stadium of the Los Angeles Angels.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is the only stadium in the world to have hosted two separate Olympic games (1932 and 1984).
The Rose Bowl, built in 1922, is best known as the location of the annual Tournament of Roses football game and the home stadium of the UCLA Bruins.