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Dec 6 12

SARAH’ SCOOP: TOP 3 FAVORITE “FREE” THINGS TO DO IN LOS ANGELES

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One of the amazing things about Los Angeles is the plethora of adventures that Los Angeles has to offer. Whether you enjoy the beach, art, sports, or leisure activities, there is something for you to do in Los Angeles and most of it’s best assets are totally free.

 

Q’s top 3 Favorite things to do:

 

1) WALK IN THE HUNTINGTON GARDENS

These botanical gardens are 120 acres of impressive landscapes. Located in San Marino, CA, this space is a hidden romantic gem of themed gardens including a rose garden, kids garden, statue garden, Japanese garden and Chinese gardens. Breathing in all the fragrances of flowers and seeing the visual foliage artistry is the perfect setting for an afternoon walk and taking in the beautiful SoCal weather. There is also the Huntington Library museum that includes works of art by Virginia Steele Scott and early editions of Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales” on the property as well.  Tickets are free on the first Thursday of every month. Free tickets are limited, so plan your trip in advance.

 

http://www.huntington.org/

 

2) BEACH BIKE RIDE

One of the most breath-taking things about Southern California is the coastline. The bike bath that runs from Marina Del Rey to the Pacific Palisades is the perfect way to take in the beach landscape. Along the way you will ride under the historic Santa Monica pier and experience first-hand the culture of Venice Beach—all while simultaneously taking in the crisp ocean breeze, the warmth of the sun, and the vitality of beach life along your trail. You can even find free parking in some of the neighborhoods.

 

3) TAKE IN THE STARS AT THE GRIFFITH OBSERVATORY

Griffith Observatory allows visitors to view the skies through their telescopes. It is located in the Hills of Los Angeles. During the day, the solar telescopes offer views of the sun. At night, the Zeiss telescope offers views of the moon. The observatory grounds, exhibits and telescopes are free. If you want to pay a nominal fee, they also offer shows at the Leonard Nimoy Event Horizon and the Samuel Oschin Planetarium.

 

http://www.griffithobs.org/




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