10 free excursion destinations in Los Angeles!
Free excursion destinations in Los Angeles, explore the city for free!
Los Angeles is a vibrant metropolis with blue skies, bright sunshine, sprawling beaches and surrounded by nature.
There is a lot to explore and the list of things to do in and around the city is very long. Seeing everything can be very expensive, but you can have an eventful and good time for free. Many of the city's most famous attractions cost no entry and are easy on the wallet.
There are over 100 free excursion destinations in Los Angeles from which we have seen many during our stays.
The Chinese Theater is one of the most popular attractions in Los Angeles on the Walk of Fame. It is well known for the hand and shoe prints as well as the signatures of celebrity stars immortalized in damp concrete in the entrance area of the cinema. Here you can have a look at how to climb into the footprints of Arnold Schwarzenegger or compare his hands with those of Tom Hanks.
The Pacific Coast Highway is one of the most famous streets in California. Leaving the city behind and enjoying the coast with the windows lowered, makes you feel like you're in another world. It looks like the PCH embraces the coast and you have breathtaking views of the shimmering Pacific Ocean on every corner. Of course you like to sing along, if on the transmitter 102.7 KIIS FM Justin Timberlake sings, you really can not stop the feeling of freedom.
There are ways to peek behind the scenes of a popular TV show, and tickets to a variety of shows are free. Whether Jimmy Kimmel, Jeopary, The Late Late Show or Dancing With the Stars everywhere you can be there and you are close to the stars.
But you should try early enough for a ticket, because the waiting list is very long.
The Los Angeles City Hall!
A beautiful view of Los Angeles can be enjoyed from the observation deck of the City Hall, the city hall of the metropolis LA.
After the security checks and the examination of the personal details, take the elevator up to the 27th floor. There is the platform from which you have a magnificent panoramic view of the city with its skyscrapers. You can also see the Disney Concert Hall, the Olvera Street and in the distance even the Hollywood Sign. After enjoying the great view, you should take a walk through the surrounding park.
The walk through the CityWalk is accompanied by music that can be heard all over the place and makes for a good mood.
You can not imagine visiting a burial site while on vacation, but it's really something special. At this tourist-frequented spot in the heart of Hollywood, you can see the tombs of famous people such as Dee Dee Ramone, bassist of the band Ramones, Georg Harrison and Chris Cornell.
In the summer movies are shown on the wall at the weekend and many meet there for a picnic. Many well-known musicians are also using the place to organize popular live concerts.
When visiting Los Angeles, this Hollywood Hills landmark is high on the list of many tourists and is not hard to find. There are many ways to get there, but one thing is for sure, it offers breathtaking views without tasting anything.
We usually take the road from Hollywood, Franklin Avenue and Beachwood Drive north. At the Ledgewood Drive we turn left and go uphill to the triple crossroads, there we turn right onto the Deronda Drive. There it does not continue with the car and you can walk further towards Sign .
If you want to get to know the origin of Los Angeles, Olvera Street should not miss the heart of this city.
The birthplace of Los Angeles's El Pueblo de los Ángeles is located in downtown Los Angeles. The historic district of Mexican culture and traditions has been named Olvera Street since 1877. This street offers a really interesting contrast amid the skyscrapers of Los Angeles. Many visitors from all over the world stroll through the small Mexican market with its many souvenir stands.
Avila Adobe is also located on Olvera Street and is the oldest building in Los Angeles. It is open to the public as a museum and furnished with great attention to detail, in the style that was customary in 1840. Admission is free and you get a guide and detailed explanation of each room of the house from volunteers.
There are a lot of free excursion destinations in Los Angeles which I will introduce to you from time to time.