E41***92Even though it’s actual park has been closed due to COVID, Universal has done a GREAT job at still providing us with entertainment with the wonders of City Walk. Great place for date night, friends, and family experiences!
E52***11From dusk til dawn, the Griffith Observatory is a staple for tourists and locals alike. You can hike the trails as early as the sun rises, or gaze into the lights of downtown LA at night. There is also a mini museum with free entrance at night. Definitely a must visit for first-timers in LA.
137***66This museum is an old homestead built in a heap of stones filled with huge stones and desert backgrounds abound! In addition to the usual arrows and pottery there are many impressive examples of baskets, textiles, ropes and sandals that are often unviable. Food, fiber and pigmentation are illustrative. The house is decorated like a Southwest fantasy painting and decoration (the first owner is an artist)! Open to the public only on Saturday after 11am. (Visit your website! Usually group tours only by appointment.) Why did I wait so long to see it? Well, it's a way to get from Lancaster (East 150!) through a large stretch of Putian to the east of the city. You will see the "forest" and other small desert hills in the Joshua tree, as well as barren trailers and abandoned houses. Well worth a visit!