The City of Los Angeles evokes images of palm trees, movie stars, and beautiful sandy beaches. Combine those elements with all that sunshine the region receives and you have a recipe for family fun. Explore the shores of Redondo Beach, stand in awe of the newly remodeled Dinsoaur Hall of the Natural History Museum in Exposition Park, stroll the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and experience the thrills of Universal Studios. In LA, the fun never stops.
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Free parking and the close proximity to the LA Zoo make stopping for a gentle pony ride a great outing.
Trains to climb on, explore and ride on make this a great place to visit in Griffith Park.
A great place to introduce young ones to animals. An animal-themed park is ready for little legs to run and play at.
Choose a pumpkin right from the patch and then have fun playing games, riding ponies, or traveling the corn maze. OCTOBER 20th & 21st, 2012 • 8AM - 5PM
On October 20-21 of 2012 enjoy an amazing festival with activities to make any kid and parent happy. Food and drink available for purchase.
After a pony ride, a visit to the petting zoo, or a jump on the jumpers, pick a great pumpkin to take home and carve. Open Oct 10-31, 9am-10pm.
My personal fav, especially for eating New Year Dumplings!!
Interesting Decor as it is in an old adoble mission....
Recommended by my good friend Lulu!
Children 12 and under are free for this museum adjacent to Balboa Park; a great opportunity to peak in and teach them a bit of veteran history.
The only remaining Civil War building still standing in Southern California. Mostly filled with historical artifact displays, older children interested in h...
A mostly outdoor display, part of the state park system, Fort Tejon houses restored adobe forts that were used to protect and control Indian groups in the 18...
My parents and my children like it better than Disneyland.
This museum makes it fun to learn!
The pedestrian only shopping district, the beach, the pier will make everybody happy.
The Museum has a strong basis on the Jewish Genocide but is also centered on any kind of genocide. This is an eye opening and can be pretty strong for young ...
It is important to know that this particular museum presents only Contemporary Art. Often, Aztec art is the one that comes to mind when we think of Latin Ame...
This museum will give you the opportunity to get yourself familiar with the legacy of the Japanese American through clothing, stories, photographs and much m...