Los Angeles is a world-famous city with countless attractions for visitors take in. It’s also an enormous city and planning a visit here can quickly prove overwhelming to even the most experience vacationer. It is so big and spread out over so many miles that if you are heading there for a visit, planning out the sites that you want to see before you make the trip is an absolute must. When you sit down to make your list the following are a few attractions that you might want to consider.
When planning your trip consider your budget, there are dozens of inexpensive or free things to do while visiting the city. But you can easily find yourself in some considerably expensive restaurants or stores depending on where in town you are exploring.
The Walk of Fame
Take a walk along the Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, and see the stars. The Walk has over 2,500 entertainers who have been forever immortalized in stone and gold. Over the decades the Chinese Theater hand and footprints has always been a highlight of vacation destinations.
Take in the Museums
Los Angeles has as collection of some of the best Museums to experiences to be found. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art stretches over 20-acres and several buildings. It is recommended to start at the BP Grand Entrance. While you are at the sprawling site you can visit the Broad Museum of Contemporary Art and take in some of the best artists’ works today. While here be sure to set some time to walk through the Museum of Motion Pictures, Petersen Automotive Museum and the Craft & Folk-Art Museum.
No matter how old you are you are never too old to spend the day at Disneyland! The theme park will be a must see highlight of any family’s vacation. Be sure to set aside an entire day or maybe two if you want to take in everything there is to do here.
Los Angeles is a great starting point for any trip around California, especially if you’re renting an RV. There’s plenty to do before you pick up your vehicle, and several convenient pick-up locations. Plan your trip with an RV rented through Mighway, and let the journey unfold.