The Atlanta Party Guide for Super Bowl 2019

For those planning to attend Super Bowl LIII on February 3rd, Atlanta will feel like a playground with plenty of events and parties happening to celebrate the big game. The city will be filled with revelry as celebrity hosts attend exclusive parties held throughout the area. Watching the top two teams battle it out at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium won’t be the only highlight of the weekend when you attend any of these exciting events.

Bootsy Bellows & E11EVEN Pop-Up

Thursday, Jan 31st – Sunday, Feb 3rd

One of the hottest nightclubs in Los Angeles, Bootsy Bellows is known for throwing parties surrounding events like Coachella, Art Basel, and anywhere else with a celebrity crowd. Their pop-up parties for the Super Bowl will occur Thursday through Sunday with performances from Gucci Mane, Tiesto and Kaskade and more.

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Maxim Big Game Experience: ATL Royalty

 

Saturday, February 2nd

This highly-anticipated Super Bowl party returns to the scene to establish itself as being one of the most exclusive events of the weekend. The Fairmont in Atlanta will be filled with A-list guests to honor successful people from sports, music, and fashion who all call Atlanta home. The unique activations and live performances by Diplo, Future and Jamie Foxx will be the cherry on top of this lavish event.

Photo: The Fairmont Atlanta

Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival

Photo: Super Bowl Music Fest

Friday, Feb 1st – Sunday, Feb 3rd

Bud Light will be uniting with On Location Experiences to put on an exciting festival with a killer lineup. The first ever event will go on for three days at the Atlanta State Farm Arena. With artists like Ludacris, Migos, Lil Yachty, Aerosmith, Bruno Mars, and Cardi B taking the stage throughout the weekend, attendees are sure to have a star-studded experience to round out the Super Bowl LIII revelry.

Photo: State Farm Arena Atlanta

Shaq’s Funhouse

Saturday, Feb 1st

While he may be known as a legendary basketball player, Shaquille O’Neal has transitioned his skills to the turntables as he is set to hit the stage as “DJ Diesel” at this carnival-themed bash. A Ferris wheel and Cirque de Soleil performers will keep the party going as performances from Migos, T-Pain, Lil Jon, Diplo and Tiesto will join Shaq in putting on a show for the crowd.

Photo: Shaq

Sports Illustrated: Saturday Night Lights

Saturday, February 2nd

Fans of the iconic sports magazine will enjoy the festivities of this year’s party held at the College Football Hall of Fame. Snoop Dogg will be taking the stage as “DJ Snoopadelic,” along with live performances by Lil’ Wayne and DJ Irie. You’ll party alongside Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit models at this trendy event.

Photo: College Football Hall of Fame

The Big Game Takeover

Saturday, February 2nd

Head to the Atlanta venue Compound for an exciting nightlife experience while you’re in town for the festive weekend. Cardi B and Meek Mill will hit the stage while attendees dance the night away at the exciting, multi-level nightclub.

Maxim Pregame Experience

Sunday, February 3rd

You’ll start your Super Bowl Sunday right by attending Maxim’s Pregame party with plenty of food, drinks and live music in an extravagant venue. Hosted by Deion Sanders, the experience will be a memorable one with Snoop Dogg on the turntables for the day party as “DJ Snoopadelic.”

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The Top 10 New Food Trends for 2019

With every new year comes a wave of new trends projected to gain popularity in the world of food products, dining and hospitality. This year’s trends will likely start to pop up on grocery store shelves and restaurant menus as the months go by. Add some variety to your diet this year by tasting some of 2019’s front runners that should be soon coming to a table near you.

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Tropical Fruits

Add something sweet to your meal with island fruits like guava, dragon fruit, passion fruit, and monk fruit that hail from the Pacific Rim region. You’ll also start to see jackfruit embraced as a meat substitute in vegan and vegetarian meals.

 

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Hemp & CBD

CBD made a splash onto the scene in the past few years making its way into a number of food, drinks and skin care products. That trend will continue to boom in the upcoming year by way of items like sparkling water, infusions, and coffee.

 

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Oat Milk

With cow’s milk slowly but surely phasing its way out of fridges across America, non-animal based alternatives are being adopted as necessities for consumers. With soy and almond milk being a favorite, soon oat milk will be added to the group as a go-to alternative.

 

Photo: Oat Milk

Seafood Snacks

Stores and restaurants will be taking Japan’s lead in embracing seafood, including vegetables, as a snack food. Roasted seaweed and salmon skins will gain more traction along with innovative items like kelp jerky.

 

Photo: Roasted Seaweed

Orange Wine

While the name might suggest it would be made from oranges, orange wine is actually made from the same grapes used to make white wine. Keeping the skin on during fermentation gives the wine an attractive, orange coloring. The refreshing drink is expected to show up on drink menus soon.

 

Photo: Orange Wine / Marvin

Hummus

There’s no secret that hummus is a go-to snack for many people, but this year it’ll be used differently than consumers have seen in the past. Adventurous flavors will come about along with menus integrating hummus into desserts, making for a unique and healthy treat.

 

Photo: Hummus / Cooking Classy

Probiotics

Many people have integrated probiotics into their diet for digestive health, but this year the trend will also include dry items that can be stored in your pantry. Things like cereal, granola, nut butters and nutrition bars will be made to be shelf-stable for long term storage.

 

Photo: Yogurt with Granola

African Spices

Cuisine from a variety of African countries will be more popular in the upcoming year. From harissa, a spicy red pepper paste, to spice-filled dishes like the Tunisian shakshouka, African tastes will be integrated into menus bringing a burst of flavor to your diet.

 

Photo: African Spices

Vegan Meat Snacks

Veggie versions of popular dishes have made their way onto menus all over the world and will continue to do so throughout 2019. Consumers will also see vegan meat snacks line the shelves of your local grocery store with options like soy jerky and mushroom bacon chips.

 

Photo: Mushroom Bacon

Celtuce

Kale and romaine are on their way out with celtuce, a lettuce cultivar, moving in as an alternative. The health benefits to this versatile, Chinese lettuce makes it worth adding to any meal as a side dish or even as an ingredient in juices and smoothies.

 

Photo: Celtuce

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Have Fun in the Sun at California’s Best Music Festivals

California boasts some of the best weather in the country which makes it the perfect host for lively music festivals each year. People from all over the world gather in the thousands to enjoy their favorite artists underneath the California sunshine. From artsy independent groups to well known pop stars, you can see your favorite hits performed live along with crowds of cheering fans. These music festivals are sure to bring you fun in the sun during your next trip to California.

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Coachella – Mid-April

Officially titled the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, this world-renowned event is known for its stylish crowd and unparalleled lineup of artists. Thousands flock to the Coachella Valley desert to not only dance under the sun to their favorite music, but also to take in the art and cultural aspects of the exciting event. Camping out in tents on the campground or renting a luxury villa with a group of friends is also known to enhance the experience along with attending the numerous sponsored events and parties throughout the area.

 

Photo: Coachella Music Festival

Photo: Coachella Music Festival

Outside Lands – Mid-August

One of Northern California’s most iconic festivals, Outside Lands is an exciting event held annually in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. The quirky and mystical theme makes for an artistic escape with plenty of musical performances along with food, drinks, art and comedy. The diverse lineup includes favorites across the music landscape in rock, hip hop, pop and more.

 

Photo: Outside Lands

Photo: Outside Lands / Adrian Spinelli

FYF Fest – Late Summer

This two-day festival has boomed in popularity through the years with top notch lineups attracting Los Angeles locals for an end-of-the-summer celebration. The variety of acts including big name music veterans and indie favorites makes for an eclectic mix that everyone can enjoy. With plenty of food vendors, art installations and a beer garden, FYF attendees get an exciting taste of summer at LA’s historic Coliseum in Exposition Park.

 

Photo: FYF Fest

Photo: FYF Fest

Lightning in a Bottle – Mid-May

While music is the main focus for this event, attendees get a well-rounded experience through talks led by worldly experts, hands-on workshops, healing sessions and more. You’re sure to be entertained through the various activities occurring throughout the grounds ranging from dining experiences to live painting to performance art. The Location in the hills of Monterey County also provides a coastline for you to take a dip in the lake while enjoying the melodies.

 

Photo: Lightning in a Bottle

Photo: Lightning in a Bottle

Treasure Island Festival – Mid-October

Head to the Bay Area to experience Oakland’s two-day Treasure Island Festival, fully stocked with buzzworthy indie music acts and appealing headliners. You’ll never have to choose between two performances as set times never overlap, letting you jam out to each and every artist while overlooking the water of the San Francisco Bay.

 

Photo: Treasure Island Music Festival

Photo: Treasure Island Music Festival with Santigold

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Sundance Film Festival 2019: Highlights & Party Guide

One of the film industry’s biggest highlights each year is the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Industry professionals, celebrities, and film buffs flock to the wintery event for 10 days of appreciating the best new films in the world. With glamorous industry parties and A-list guest lists, the small town is transformed into a playground for Hollywood and movie lovers across the world.

Photo: Sundance Park CIty

 

Films

Whether you have a Festival Pass to attend screenings as you please, or individual tickets for anticipated favorites, there are plenty of ways to make the most of the entertaining week. There are more than 100 films being screened as festivalgoers enjoy their time through attending premieres, industry panels and mingling with the cinema-loving crowd. With categories like Midnight, late night screenings of burgeoning cult favorites, or New Frontier, films that challenge the boundaries of modern cinema, you’re sure to get a sneak peek of what’s hot in the industry with the variety of films for viewing.

 

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Resorts

With such a large influx of people in the small town, finding lodging in Park City can be a challenge. Those who do snag a room at one of the few luxurious resorts are treated to an elegant stay near the festival. The Sundance Mountain Resort is a favorite, created by actor Robert Redford, and later spawning into the Film Festival itself with Redford as President and CEO. The Stein Erikson Lodge is world-renowned for skiing with lavish dining, spa treatments and entertainment. Ski fans will also enjoy Montage Deer Valley, where they can hit the slopes and cozy up in the extravagant lodging, along with relaxing in the largest spa in Utah.

 

Photo: Montage Deer Valley

Parties

While the focus of the festival is the films, the party culture is a huge draw as dozens of celebrations go on throughout the week sponsored by big brands and industry players. One of the most known parties includes the annual Tao event, usually totaling three nights of an exclusive nightclub experience. The WME Lounge is known to attract a celebrity guest list along with brands like Nylon, Lyft and AT&T hosting their own festivities.

MACRO Lounge

The MACRO Lounge will be back at Park City for another year of panels and events highlighting up-and-comers in the film industry. A fireside chat with Jada Pinkett Smith will entertain attendees and Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is planning to attend the after party for documentary entry Knock Down the House on Sunday, January 27th. The annual invitation-only Midnight Macro Party will also return and is scheduled for the night of Saturday, January 26th.

 

Photo: Usher at Sundance

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Photo: Common at Sundance

Photo: Ryan Reynolds and James Franco at Sundance / Jonathan Leibson – Getty Images

Photo: Sundance Film Festival / Gustavo Caballero – Getty Images

Celebrate the Good Life at the Best Nightlife Venues in NYC

New York City is known for its world-renowned nightlife landscape of mixing and mingling with celebrities and socialites. The hottest venues are always changing as trendy crowds show up to sip cocktails and dance the night away in the city that never sleeps. During your next NYC visit, check out some of the best venues in the city to make the most out of your nightlife adventure.

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Vandal

This street style-themed space is adorned with hand-painted murals and art installations making for an edgy yet sophisticated atmosphere. Part nightclub and part restaurant, this luxurious destination serves up a street food inspired menu with an impressive beverage program to match.

 

Photo: Vandal

Avenue

Head to the Meatpacking District to experience Avenue, a two-story venue that is often home to a celeb-studded crowd. Meet here for bites and drinks at the start of your night out for a luxurious place to toast to the good life.

 

Photo: Avenue NYC

1OAK

Visit this iconic nightlife destination in the heart of Chelsea for a “1 Of A Kind” night to remember. With sister venues in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, this original hot spot is known for its rotation of A-list performances along with a lavish interior to give you the full NYC nightlife experience.

 

Photo: 1OAK NYC

Beauty & Essex

The Lower East Side is home to the extravagant restaurant Beauty & Essex, a locale fit for a lively night out. The pawn shop speakeasy-style entrance with quirky items for sale sets the tone as guests duck into the innovative space. Multiple dining rooms and two bars serve up a variety of shared bites and drinks for guests to indulge in.

 

Photo: Beauty & Essex NYC

Bounce Sporting Club

If you’re looking for a chic place to watch the big game, head to Bounce Downtown for a modern sports bar experience. The menu of elevated bar food and craft cocktails give a contemporary feel to a classic environment. Business professionals make up most of the crowd ready to spend their night cheering on their favorite team.

 

Photo: Bounce NYC

LAVO

This restaurant and nightclub serves up delicious plates while providing you a space to have a VIP nightlife experience. The lavish décor with wood and leather accents gets guests in the mood to party with international DJs stopping by to fill the space with energetic music.

 

Photo: LAVO NYC

TAO

You can visit the Uptown or Downtown locations of TAO to be swept away by a contemporary, Asian-inspired space. Both of the expansive venues present a lavish interior along with an iconic Asian-fusion menu and specialty cocktails.

 

Photo: TAO Uptown NYC

Bathtub Gin

This speakeasy-style hideaway is a staple in the New York City bar scene and is an essential visit for craft cocktails during your stay. The 1920s-era ambiance is complemented by an iconic bathtub featured in the center of the space.

 

Photo: Bathtub Gin

PHD at Dream Downtown

Experience stunning views of the Manhattan skyline at this penthouse rooftop lounge. The luxurious, modern touches with banquettes and marble tables will put you in the mood for a chic night along with their cuisine of small bites and custom cocktails.

 

Photo: PH-D Penthouse Lounge

PHD Terrace at Dream Midtown

The indoor/outdoor space with panoramic views is the perfect place to toast glasses with friends as you mix and mingle with the stylish crowd. The intimate lower level and open upper level provide something for everyone during your NYC visit.

 

Photo: PHD Terrace

Marquee

Have a sophisticated nightlife outing at Marquee, an extravagant multi-level nightclub in Chelsea. The expansive ceilings and lavish décor make for a great environment for partying the night away with DJs from all over the world spinning in this popular night spot.

 

Photo: Marquee NYC

Up&Down

Doubling as a laid back lounge and energetic nightclub, Up&Down gives you the ultimate nightlife experience for cocktails, dancing, and enjoying the energy of New York City. The variety of atmospheres from room to room keep up an enticing vibe that will keep you partying all night long.

 

Photo: Up&Down

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LA’s Top 20 Coziest Date Night Bars

Los Angeles is well known for its diverse nightlife scene that includes energetic nightclubs, sophisticated lounges and secretive speakeasies that draw in visitors from all around the world. If you’re looking for a place to take that special someone for an intimate night out, narrowing down the perfect spot for a cozy night of drinks and conversation can be a tedious task. Duck into any of these cozy destinations to enjoy a warm, snuggly escape with your sweetheart.

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The Wolves

Enjoy a night in Paris at this beautiful French-inspired bar in Downtown LA. Romance will be in the air with aged wooden accents and unique balcony seating perfect for people watching. Drinks made with seasonal ingredients will keep you refreshed in this elegant, refined space.

 

Photo: The Wolves

No More Heroes

This inviting neighborhood bar will make for the perfect date with a chic interior and friendly crowd. Inspired by music legends as modern-day heroes, you’ll be singing along to their playlist as you get to know your date night companion.

 

Photo: No More Heroes

Delilah

While the marquee in front often claims there’s “Nothing to see here,” there’s definitely an environment to enjoy once you pass through the curtains to Delilah. Make a reservation to cozy up over their delicious plates or grab a seat at the bar to whisper sweet nothings over drinks.

 

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Mama Lion

Head to Koreatown to check out this unassuming supperclub lounge with an elegant interior for drinks and dancing. Reserve a table for cocktails and bites during the week or get in close with your date on the dance floor during their energetic weekends.

 

Photo: Mama Lion

Sunset & Vinyl

You’d never suspect a worthy bar to live atop a chain pizza place, but Sunset & Vinyl offers up an intimate, vintage escape for you and your beaux to get to know each other. Don’t worry about yelling over loud music here, the record player always has a new album playing to act as the perfect soundtrack to your night.

 

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Electric Owl

This neighborhood gem taps into West Hollywood history as its inspiration comes from being built on the site of a former train station. Snuggle up with a table for food inside the dining car-like interior or embrace a sunny day with craft cocktails on the outdoor patio.

 

Photo: Electric Owl

Library Bar

One of Downtown LA’s favorites, this library-themed spot is great for ducking in on date night with a loved one. The dimly lit ambiance gives the feel of a vintage hideaway with plenty of books to browse if you’re in the mood.

 

Photo: Library Bar

Bibo Ergo Sum

With a name like “I drink therefore I am,” Bibo Ergo Sum’s award-winning cocktails are perfect to sip during your date night conversation. The knowledgeable bar staff will make you a quality concoction with the modern yet nostalgic décor bringing an added touch of sophistication to the space.

 

Photo: Bibo Ergo Sum

The Hudson

If you haven’t been to The Hudson, you’ve surely driven by with its prime location in the heart of West Hollywood. The nonchalant wooden building is home to a grub-worthy food menu along with a selection of microbrew beers that give you and your sweetheart plenty of options for a buzz.

 

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Melrose Station

You’ll be pleasantly surprised to find this sophisticated hidden gem tucked in the back of a hookah bar in West Hollywood. You’re sure to impress your date as the doorman walks you through a secret entrance to the marbled, contemporary space featuring a menu of innovative cocktails.

 

Photo: Melrose Station

The Walker Inn

Make a reservation for a special night out at this Koreatown hot spot concealed inside of The Normandie Club. The attention to detail in the space is unmatched with their one-of-a-kind, smokey and mysterious drinks helping you cozy up in this award-winning lounge.

 

Photo: The Walker Inn

40 Love

If you’re split between staying in to watch the game or taking your date out for the night, get the best of both worlds by visiting West Hollywood’s 40 Love. Their elegant take on a sports lounge means you’ll get to enjoy a chic night out with your date all while cheering on your favorite team.

 

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Here and Now

The perfect place to break the ice on a first date in the Downtown Arts District, Here and Now’s welcoming environment is sure to calm any first date nerves along with sipping from their menu of LA-inspired craft cocktails.

 

Photo: Here and Now

The Wellesbourne

You’ll be instantly transported to the study of a 19th Century English home when you enter into The Wellesbourne in West LA. Cuddle up by the fireplace with the surrounding walls of books and authentic English décor putting you in the mood for date night.

 

Photo: The Wellesbourne

Know Where Bar

An unsuspecting East Hollywood hideaway, you’ll step into Know Where Bar and feel right at home with their inviting tropical, retro design. Duck in from the night’s weather and settle into the bar where you’ll find a menu of cocktails worth tasting.

 

Photo: Know Where Bar

The Nice Guy

Known for its “no photos” policy that attracts a clientele of high profile guests, you’ll be able to connect with your sweetheart uninterrupted when you make a reservation at The Nice Guy. Their American dining menu provides some comfort food to balance out the refined design.

 

Photo: The Nice Guy

In Sheeps Clothing

As the mysterious title suggests, you’d never suspect this lounge existed due to its unassuming entrance tucked inside of a pizza place Downtown. Drop by with a music-loving date as the space is focused on the sounds emitting from the record player behind the bar. Keep your voices down in this cool, vintage spot that’s sure to bring music to your ears.

 

Photo: In Sheeps Clothing

Black Rabbit Rose

Add a spark to your date by watching one of Black Rabbit Rose’s magic shows in the intimate, 1930s-inspired theater space. You’ll be concealed in the darkness of the audience as you watch performers on stage, or can also grab a craft cocktail in the softly-lit adjoining lounge.

 

Photo: Black Rabbit Rose

The Varnish

Head to the back of the historic Cole’s French Dip in Downtown LA to find The Varnish hiding behind the door of an old storage closet. This classic speakeasy-style hideaway is perfect for an cozy, rendezvous over drinks.

 

Photo: The Varnish

El Carmen

If you’ve got a taste for tacos and tequila, El Carmen has both along with a cozy atmosphere for sparks to fly. Choose from their unique variety of margarita flavors as you lean into your date over a shared taste of their signature plates.

 

Photo: El Carmen

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10 Ways to Spend Your LA Family Vacation

If you’re escaping to Los Angeles for a family getaway, there are plenty of sights to see that are great for children and parents alike. With a reputation for fun and entertainment, LA offers up a variety of activities that are sure to create long lasting memories for you and your family. Bring the kids along to experience any of these exciting LA experiences.

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Universal Studios

Doubling as a fully-operational film and television studio along with a theme park, you’ll get an exciting Los Angeles experience at Universal Studios in Universal City. Whether you’re a fan of Jurassic Park, Harry Potter, or The Simpsons, Universal Studios has unique film and TV-inspired attractions that you won’t find anywhere else. Don’t forget to take the iconic studio tour for a behind the scenes peek of the back lot.

 

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Santa Monica Pier

Take advantage of Los Angeles’ perfect weather by visiting the Santa Monica Pier. About 40 minutes from Hollywood, Santa Monica is a famed destination known for its beautiful beaches and California casual living. Take the family to ride the ferris wheel and play carnival games on the pier while enjoying the scenic view overlooking the Pacific ocean.

 

Photo: Santa Monica Pier

The Grove

If you’re in need of some retail therapy, take the family along to The Grove shopping mall in the Fairfax neighborhood. With shops like the American Girl Place and kids outlets of J. Crew and Pottery Barn, you can freshen up the whole family with a new wardrobe. Catch a movie at the Pacific Theatres or grab a bite at the Farmer’s Market, offering up a diversity of dishes to satisfy your cravings.   

 

Photo: The Grove

Hollywood Walk of Fame

It won’t be a true Los Angeles vacation without a waltz down the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Stretching from Gower to La Brea and running up and down Hollywood Boulevard, you’ll see your favorite entertainers lining the streets with their names emblazoned on the iconic stars. Along the way, visit the Chinese Theater to see the A-list handprints in the pavement out front, or the Madame Tussads wax museum for uncanny sculptures of your favorite celebrities.

 

Photo: Hollywood Walk of Fame

Olvera Street

Experience a part of Los Angeles’ cultural history by visiting Downtown’s Olvera Street. Channeling the early roads of a city built by Spanish settlers, the Olvera Street marketplace has a variety of vibrant, handcrafted goods for sale including artwork, clothes and jewelry. Tasting the authentic Mexican food from the outdoor cafes is also a must while listening to Mariachi singers evoke the sounds of LA culture.

 

Photo: Olvera Street – Discover California

California Science Center

Take the family to an interactive destination by visiting the California Science Center in Exposition Park. The enlightening exhibits are sure to be a learning experience with hands-on ways for kids to learn something new. From nature to technology to space travel, everyone in the family will get an education at this fun museum.

 

Photo: California Science Center / NASA/Bill Ingalls

Venice Beach Boardwalk

An iconic part of LA culture, visit the Venice Beach Boardwalk for a trip down the quirky and exciting beachfront walkway. With a diversity of vendors selling artwork, clothing and décor, you’re sure to find a quality souvenir for the kids to take home. Performers are also a part of the Venice Beach experience with musicians, roller skaters, dancers, and one-of-a-kind acts always impressing crowds with their unique talents.

 

Photo: Venice Beach Boardwalk

Griffith Observatory

One of the best places to get a great view of the Hollywood sign is from the Griffith Observatory. Enter from the Los Feliz neighborhood to drive up to the scenic peak with a view of the whole city. This memorable Los Angeles landmark (famously featured in James Dean’s classic “Rebel Without a Cause,”) is home to a planetarium with educational information about the stars, along with telescopes to see out into the skyline.

 

Photo: Griffith Observatory

The Getty Center

The Getty museum houses thousands of priceless works of art at the top of a hill in the Santa Monica mountains off the 405 freeway. With a breathtaking view of the city, this site is a landmark all on its own with a modern design that’s a feast for the eyes. With plenty of free events for kids, and a Family Room for parents to learn and play alongside their children, the expansive center is a fun environment for adults and children alike.

 

Photo: The Getty Center

Knotts Berry Farm

Take a day trip to Buena Park to visit Knott’s Berry Farm amusement park. An hour drive from Hollywood, this classic Peanuts cartoon-themed destination offers up fun for the whole family. With roller coasters and rides for both younger children and teens, everyone will get a thrill out of the exciting destination.

 

Photo: Knott’s Berry Farm

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