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  • Whale Watching  Los Angeles - Newport Landing provides year-round whale watching & dolphin cruises daily departing from Newport Beach. Newport Landing is centrally located in Orange County and minutes from Los Angeles in the heart of Southern California. Newport Landing offers whale watching cruises viewing many different species of whales including giant blue whales that attain lengths of up to 80 feet or more. Along with whales, several species of dolphin are commonly sighted. It is not uncommon to view huge pods of dolphin that number in the thousands. Many other marine creatures are sighted including seals, pelicans, and many more. Killer whales and even sharks are also seen occasionally.
  • The Hollywood Museum - The Hollywood Museum is the ultimate destination for movie fans. The museum's permanent collection captures the miracles of motion picture magic, past and present, on four floors and in 5,000 eye-popping displays.
  • Warner Bros Studio Tours - The Warner Bros. Studios VIP Tour is the only studio tour where you can enjoy an in-depth, personalized look, inside the movie magic machine, at one of Hollywood's busiest and most famous movie and television studios.
  • Madame Tussauds Hollywood - Experience the real glamour and elegance of Hollywood as you immerse yourself in an interactive experience with celebrities, Super heroes, movie makers and much more.
  • Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Gardens - Located on 86 acres in Claremont, California, just south of the San Gabriel foothills, the Garden is home to 70,000 native Californian plants, representing 2,000 native species, hybrids and cultivars. Each season the Garden showcases the incredible wealth and diversity of our state's treasure of native plants.
  • American Cinematheque's Egyptian Theater - The Cinematheque is a cultural, arts organization that programs year-round specialty film series at the newly renovated, landmark 1922 Egyptian Theater on Hollywood Boulevard.
  • Hollywood Entertainment District - The Hollywood Entertainment District is a business improvement district (BID) spanning an 18-block stretch of Hollywood Boulevard. The District includes Walk of Fame, Mann's Chinese Theatre, and world-famous intersection of Hollywood and Vine.
  • Hollywood Entertainment Museum - Celebrates Hollywood - the place and the entertainment arts - with interactive exhibits, video presentations, studio back-lot tour, and original sets from 'Star Trek' and 'Cheers.'
  • Hollywood Wax Museum - This unique and exciting attraction takes visitors of all ages on a personal stroll down memory lane, recapturing special moments with old friends from moviestelevision, music, sports and history.
  • Speedzone - SpeedZone, a park built around speed and competition, incorporates real racing action, indoor interactive entertainment and great food to create a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience.  Situated on approximately 12 acres of land.
  • Irwindale Speedway - Just about everything with wheels can be found racing on the Irwindale Speedway twin ovals ... Stock Cars, Sprint Cars, Midgets, Supermodifieds, Legends, Trucks, and more can all be seen in wheel-to-wheel competition action at this great new facility!
  • Aquarium of the Pacific - The Aquarium of the Pacific is a celebration of the world's largest and most diverse body of water. Through dozens of breathtaking exhibits, you'll meet more than 12,000 of this ocean's inhabitants, including some 550 different species.
  • Universal Studios -  The world's largest working film and television studio featuring plenty of thrill rides, one-of-a-kind attractions, and live shows offered year-round.
  • Long Beach Museum of Art -  The Long Beach Museum of Art is located on a magnificent bluff site overlooking Long BeachHarbor and the Pacific Ocean. The campus includes the historic Elizabeth Milbank Anderson house and carriage house (built in 1912), a new pavilion with two floors of expansive gallery space for changing exhibitions, and oceanfront gardens.
  • Museum of Latin American Art - The Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California, is the only museum in the Western U.S. to exclusively feature contemporary art from Latin America.
  • Queen Mary Seaport - A floating city awash in elegance, the Queen Mary, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, remains one of the most famous ships in history.  Relive the elegance of transatlantic travel with historic shipwalk tours, elegant restaurants, unique shops, 16 art deco meeting and banquet salons, and a charming on-board hotel.
  • Queen's Wharf - Queen's Wharf is an open-air seaside market for the freshest fish, lobster, crab, shrimp and seafood available.
  • Red Line Tours - Red Line Tours is LA's only daily operating walking tour company. They offer "edutainment" sightseeing tours of Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles that take you inside the famous landmarks and let you discover the hidden treasures of America's second largest city.
  • Beverly Center - Since appearing in Los Angeles, BeverlyCenter, with over 160 specialty stores and restaurants, has become one of the city's most recognizable landmarks and shopping destinations.
  • California Science Center - The California Science Center is the west coast's largest hands-on science museum!  Through hands-on experiences , you'll learn about human inventions and innovations, the life processes of living things and more. The Science Center also features and IMAX theater and fantastic special exhibits that change regularly.
  • Children's Museum of Los Angeles - A fun interactive environment where children learn by doing.
  • George C. Page Museum - The Page Museum is located at the Rancho La Brea Tar Pits, one of the world's most famous fossil localities, recognized for having an unusually diverse assemblage of extinct Ice Age plants and animals. Visitors learn about Los Angeles as it was between 10,000 and 40,000 years ago, during the last Ice Age, when animals such as sabertoothed cats and mammoths roamed the Los Angeles Basin.
  • The Original Farmer's Market - Farmers Market continues to proudly boast of its international cuisine, wide range of gifts from around the world, regularly scheduled special events for the family and outdoor flavor, not to mention the freshest and finest meats, poultry, seafood, produce and flowers in all of Los Angeles.
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor - Set amidst the fringes of a tropical jungle, guests pass through the entry portal and are swept into the lost lagoons of a forgotten world. Pirate treasures, playful sea creatures, ancient ruins, scattered remains of Red Eye's shipwrecked sea vessel and tribal artifacts await discovery on the shores of this tropical paradise.
  • Japanese American National Museum - Uniquely American museum located in Little Tokyo's historic district. Only national museum dedicated to sharing the Japanese American experience.
  • Southern California Fishing - Newport Landing Sportfishing is located in Newport Beach and is the premier fishing marine center in Southern California. Privately charter or rent one of our 5 boats for just your company or group or join one of our open to the general public 1/2 day, 3/4 day, or longer fishing trips.
  • The 2009 Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade - The premier Christmas event for Southern California. With 100 years of history Newport Harbor comes alive with decorations. Homes, yachts, docks, whole landscapes are transformed into a magical holiday experience.  Approximately one million people will view the parade from shore, by boat, or along one of the many docks that line the bay. Newport Landing offers holiday cruises from December 7 through December 28 including the 5 nights of the parade. During the parade the cruises are in the parade. Great event for families and kids.
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art - With more than 120,000 works in its permanent collection, LACMA is the premier visual arts museum in the western United States.
  • Los Angeles Zoo - Located in Griffith Park, the Los Angeles Zoo, home to 1,200 animals representing 350 species.
  • Dolby Theater - Dolby Theater is the crown jewel of the Hollywood and Highland entertainment complex located in the heart of historic Hollywood. Since opening in November 2001, the theatre has hosted a range of prestigious artists and events including the Academy Awards Ceremonies.
  • Museum of Contemporary Art - The only institution in LA devoted exclusively to art from 1940 to the present, featuring exhibitions of painting, sculpture, drawings, prints, and photographs of importance.
  • Museum of Neon Art - The Museum of Neon Art (MONA) is a non-profit, cultural and educational organization which exhibits, documents and preserves contemporary fine art in electric media and outstanding examples of neon signs.
  • Museum of Tolerance - The Museum of Tolerance is a high tech, hands-on experiential museum that focuses on two central themes through unique interactive exhibits: the dynamics of racism and prejudice in America and the history of the Holocaust - the ultimate example of man's inhumanity to man.
  • Grauman's Chinese Theater - Grauman's Chinese Theater is the most famous theater in the world. Since its gala opening in May 1927, millions of movie patrons and visitors to Hollywood have been drawn to the theater. They come to be entertained and enthralled by the legendary Chinese, home to the Forecourt of the Stars.
  • Skirball Cultural Center - The Skirball museum collection, reflecting a history of 4,000 years, ranks among the largest of its genre in the world, with 25,000 objects of artifacts related to Jewish life and culture. The museum's core exhibit, Visions and Values: Jewish Life from Antiquity to America, explores themes related to the pursuit of the American dream through immigration, acculturation and the embracing of democratic values.
  • Starline Tours of Hollywood - Since 1935, 'Starline Tours of Hollywood' provides the most exciting tours to discover greater Los Angeles. Our daily Hollywood and Los Angeles tours are from 2 hours: Movie stars homes tour which departs every 1/2 hour, to all day tours like the Grand tour of Los Angeles or Los Angeles Tours by night.
  • Los Angeles Natural History Museum -  The Museum assembles, conserves, interprets, and holds in trust collections of irreplaceable objects from nature and human history.
  • Placerita Canyon Park and Nature Center - Placerita is a unique east-west running canyon featuring cool, shaded oak groves, a willow and sycamore-lined seasonal stream and numerous other interesting plant and animal communities. The historic "Oak of the Golden Dream" is the site of California's original gold discovery in 1842.
  • Norton Simon Museum -  European paintings and sculpture range from the 14th to the 20th century. The Museum exhibits Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo masterpieces by Raphael, El Greco, Rubens, Rembrandt, Hals, and Tiepolo, along with works from the 19th and 20th century by Goya, Manet, Monet, Degas, Renoir, van Gogh, Cezanne, Rousseau and Picasso.
  • Raging Waters - Raging Waters is California's largest water theme park featuring a  50-acre aquatic recreation park which includes water slides, speed slides, rides, chutes, lagoons, children's activity pools and beaches for sunbathers.
  • Los Angeles Maritime Museum - Located in the former Municipal Ferry Terminal in the Port of Los Angeles, the Los Angesles Maritime Museum is the largest maritime museum on the West Coast. The Museum offers seven galleries of exhibits exploring the maritime history of Southern California.
  • Six Flags Magic Mountain - Six Flags Magic Mountainfeatures the world's most thrilling rides plus exciting shows and family adventures. Next door, Hurricane Harbor water park is open May-Sept.  The park now has more roller coasters than any other park in the world.
  • Museum of Flying - The Museum of Flying, located in Santa Monica, California, houses a rare collection of World War II fighter aircraft.
  • Santa Monica Pier Aquarium - The Santa Monica Pier Aquarium is a marine science learning center and aquarium serving K-12 classes from schools in the greater Los Angelesarea as well as the general public. The center uses interactive lessons and activities to introduce students to the basic concepts of marine environmental studies, marine biology and oceanography.
  • Griffith Observatory - The Griffith Observatory has been a major Los Angeles landmark since 1935. It is visited by nearly two million people each year end ranks seventh on the list of major tourist attractions of Southern California. It sits on the southern slope of Mount Hollywood where it commands a stunning view of the Los Angeles basin below. Thousands of people enjoy the view from its balconies, especially at night.
  • House of Blues - West Hollywood's House of Blues features eclectic live music and Southern Delta-inspired cuisine.
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Nibi Pho Bistro
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Local Attractions

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Commerce Casino
California Science Center
Griffith Park & Observatory
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Universal Studios Hollywood

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