Los Angeles, California provides an almost overwhelming list when it comes to places to see and things to experience. You have your classic attractions that have been staples for years and your newest attractions that appeal to the upcoming generation. Whether a timeless classic or a vision of creativity come to fruition, here are our top 5 places to visit in Los Angeles.
SoFi Stadium was opened in 2020 and is home to both the Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers football teams. In addition to hosting NFL games, the stadium provides an entertainment complex that accommodates major headliners such as The Rolling Stones and events like WrestleMania. It is located in Inglewood and can hold up to an impressive 100,000 people.
Pink’s Hot Dogs
A Los Angeles staple since 1939, Pink’s serves an impressive 2,000 hot dogs and 200 hamburgers every day. They have been featured in various media outlets from music videos to movies and is celebrated among Hollywood stars. What started as a simple hot dog cart on a piece of land has grown to more than 30 employees and 15 locations throughout the United States and the Philippines. Take a bite from a classic Chili Dog or a variety of other unique dogs and burgers while visiting.
Whisky A Go Go Bar
Opening in 1964 on Sunset Boulevard, the Whisky A Go Go bar is steeped in Rock and Roll history. This club has launched bands such as The Doors, Metallica and No Doubt among a plethora of other high-impacting musical groups. Alice Cooper even recorded a live album there in 1969. It’s still a nightlife hotspot hosting various live bands. You never know who you might run into while visiting Whisky A Go Go.
The Original Farmer’s Market
A foodie’s paradise, this historic market first began in 1934 and is a Los Angeles landmark and tourist attraction. The market hosts more than 100 vendors that include grocers, tourist shops and plenty of ready-to-eat foods. The diversity of culinary excellence you will discover at The Original Farmer’s Market includes classic American, Latino, Asain and more. This gastronomic assortment also reflects the diversity of the city of Los Angeles itself all under one roof.
Angeles National Forest
Angeles National Forest is located in the San Gabriel Mountains and is about an hour and a half outside of Los Angeles. The forest covers just over 700,000 acres and provides activities to enjoy all year round. These activities include hiking, biking, swimming, camping, horseback riding, fishing and skiing. Escape the sights and sounds of the city by taking a journey to an enchanting desert forest.