Landmarks

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20th Century Fox Studios     
Check out the Star Wars mural. It’s way cool.
Landmarks  
10201 W Pico Blvd • 310-277-2121
Map 23 • Rancho Park/Palms

3rd Street Promenade     
Day or night, there’s always something going on.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Broadway & 3rd St
Map 18 • Santa Monica

A+D Museum     
All things architecture–check it out here.
Landmarks  
6032 Wilshire Blvd • 323-932-9393
Map 06 • Miracle Mile / Mid-City

Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences     
Brake for red carpets and klieg lights! Many premieres are held here.
Landmarks  
8949 Wilshire Blvd • 310-247-3000
Map 01 • Beverly Hills

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences     
An in-your-dreams-sized Emmy perched atop a fountain marks the spot.
Landmarks  
5220 Lankershim Blvd • 818-754-2800
Map 56 • Studio City / Valley Village

Adamson House     
Famous for its handpainted tiles.
Landmarks  
23200 Pacific Coast Hwy • 310-456-8432
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Adelaide A. Tichenor House     
Historic Greene & Greene house.
Landmarks  
852 E Ocean Blvd
Map 102 • Long Beach – Detail

Alex Theatre     
Former Vaudeville house opened in 1925.
Landmarks  
216 N Brand Blvd • 818-243-2539
Map 51 • Glendale South

Alexander House     
Red brick modernist house by famed architect John Lautner.
Landmarks  
5281 E El Roble St
Map 100 • Long Beach (Overview)

Alice’s Dog Park     
Off-leash gem nestled in the foothills.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
3026 E Orange Grove Blvd
Map 35 • Pasadena East / San Marino

Alpha Society     
Cryptically named Burbank funeral-service provider.
Landmarks  
3006 W Burbank Blvd • 310-247-0910
Map 49 • Burbank

American Film Institute     
The next David Lynch might be honing his craft here right now. Or not.
Landmarks  
2021 N Western Ave • 323-856-7600
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Angel’s Flight     
Due to a tragic accident, funicular is now simply a walkway.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
W 4th St & S Hill St • 213-626-1901
Map 09 • Downtown

Angeleno Heights     
Enclave of Victorian homes. Some lavished with astonishing TLC, some not.
Landmarks  
Carroll Ave & W Kensington Ave
Map 09 • Downtown

Angels Gate Cultural Center     
Don’t miss this historical site.
Landmarks  
3601 S Gaffey St • 310-519-0936
Map 101 • San Pedro

Angelus Temple     
Founder claimed the Lord led her to the site.
Landmarks  
1100 Glendale Blvd • 213-816-1109
Map 05 • Silver Lake / Echo Park / Atwater

Antique Row     
It is what it is.
Landmarks  
Sherman Way
Map 45 • Canoga Park / Woodland Hills

Aquarium of the Pacific     
See, learn, touch marine life! Interactive entertainment.
Landmarks  
100 Aquarium Way • 562-590-3100
Map 102 • Long Beach – Detail

Arroyo Seco     
Enjoy a hike down one of this scenic park’s many trails.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Windsor Ave & Ventura St • 626-744-3883
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Art Theater     
One of the last Art Deco movie theaters standing in Long Beach.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
2025 E 4th St • 562-438-5435
Map 100 • Long Beach (Overview)

Art Walk     
This is Who We Are, say San Pedro-ites.
Landmarks  
S Pacific Ave & W 4th St
Map 101 • San Pedro

Baldwin Hills Village Oil Wells     
There’s really oil in LA?
Landmarks    NFT Pick
East of La Cienega Blvd
Map 10 • Baldwin Hills

Ballona Creek Bike Path     
Great shortcut to the ocean.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
S La Cienega Blvd & W Jefferson Blvd
Map 10 • Baldwin Hills

Ballona Wetlands     
Restored wetlands. View flora and fauna from walkway.
Landmarks  
Lincoln Blvd & W Jefferson Blvd
Map 25 • Marina del Rey / Westchester West

Barbara’s at the Brewery     
Former Pabst Blue Ribbon brewery turned artists’ studios.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
620 Moulton Ave • 323-221-9204
Map 40 • Boyle Heights

Barnsdall Art Park     
Griffith Park may get all the glory, but Barnsdall Art Park is a great place to wander around on a lazy Sunday.
Landmarks  
4800 Hollywood Blvd • 323-660-4254
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Bergamot Station     
The best one-stop art experience you can have in LA.
Landmarks  
2525 Michigan Ave • 310-453-7535
Map 19 • West LA / Santa Monica East

Betfair Hollywood Park     
When you’ve just got to play the ponies…
Landmarks  
1050 S Prairie Ave • 310-419-1549
Map 13 • Inglewood

Beverly Hillbillies’ House     
Former Clampett stomping ground.
Landmarks  
700 Bel Air Rd
Map 17 • Bel Air / Holmby Hills

Beverly Hills Civic Center     
Infrastructure for the rich and famous.
Landmarks  
Santa Monica Blvd & N Rexford Dr • 310-285-1000
Map 01 • Beverly Hills

Binoculars Building     
Frank Gehry’s design features a large statue of binoculars marking its entrance.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
340 Main St
Map 21 • Venice

Bob’s Big Boy     
The original Bob’s Big Boy, as if the giant “Big Boy” out front didn’t tip you off.
Landmarks  
4211 Riverside Dr • 818-843-9334
Map 57 • Universal City / Toluca Lake

Bradbury Building     
Eclectic and dramatic Victorian masterpiece that was featured in Blade Runner.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
304 S Broadway
Map 09 • Downtown

Brady Bunch House     
You too can pretend to be part of America’s favorite blended family.
Landmarks  
11222 Dilling St
Map 56 • Studio City / Valley Village

Breed Street Shul     
Center of the historic Boyle Heights Jewish community.
Landmarks  
247 N Breed St
Map 40 • Boyle Heights

Buffy’s House     
Is that? Yes, that’s actually Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s house.
Landmarks  
1313 Cota Drive
Map 32 • Torrance South

Builder’s Club     
A Kiwanis community service club.
Landmarks  
1269 Hill Dr
Map 33 • Eagle Rock / Highland Park

Bullock’s Wilshire     
Former art deco department store is now a Law school library.
Landmarks  
3500 Wilshire Blvd • 213-388-2541
Map 08 • Korea Town

Burbank Historical Society     
Wouldn’t we all love to have a Lockheed F-104 jet perched on the lawn in front of our Victorian cottage?
Landmarks  
1015 W Olive Ave • 818-841-6333
Map 50 • Burbank East / Glendale West

Cabrillo Beach Boosters     
Renovated and worth a gander.
Landmarks  
3800 Stephen M White Dr
Map 101 • San Pedro

Cabrillo Marine Aquarium     
A field-trip favorite.
Landmarks  
3720 Stephen M White Dr • 310-548-7562
Map 101 • San Pedro

California Science Center     
Come for the exhibits and high-wire bicycle acts.
Landmarks  
700 Exposition Park Dr • 323-724-3623
Map 12 • South Central East

California State University at Long Beach     
One of the top state colleges, athletically and scholastically.
Landmarks  
1250 N Bellflower Blvd • 562-985-4111
Map 100 • Long Beach (Overview)

Caltrans District 7 Headquarters     
A solar behemoth that is as energy-efficient as it is commanding.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
100 S Main St
Map 09 • Downtown

Camera Obscura     
A senior citizen center peep show. Literally.
Landmarks  
1450 Ocean Ave • 310-458-8644
Map 18 • Santa Monica

Campo de Cahuenga     
This historic park is not regularly open to the public.
Landmarks  
3919 Lankershim Blvd • 818-762-3998
Map 57 • Universal City / Toluca Lake

Capitol Records Building     
Designed to look like a stack of records–remember those?
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1750 Vine St • 323-462-6252
Map 03 • Hollywood

Carla’s Tidepools     
Sea cucumbers and starfish galore.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
W Paseo del Mar & S Meyler St
Map 101 • San Pedro

Case Study House #22     
Pierre Koenig’s architectural triumph that sums up the whole spirit of late twentieth-century architecture.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1636 Woods Dr
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Castle Green     
This Moorish Colonial marvel may be a has-been, but it’s a beautiful one.
Landmarks  
99 S Raymond Ave • 626-385-7774
Map 34 • Pasadena

Cat Beach at White’s Point     
The parking lot of White’s Beach is home to hundreds of felines.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1799 W Paseo del Mar
Map 101 • San Pedro

Catalina Express Terminal     
Departs for and embarks from Catalina Island.
Landmarks  
N Harbor Blvd & Swinford St • 800-481-3470
Map 101 • San Pedro

Catalina Landing     
Go to, and come back from, Catalina Islandl
Landmarks  
320 Golden Shore • 562-435-2333
Map 102 • Long Beach – Detail

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels     
Architectural Catholicism for the post-Y2K generation.
Landmarks  
555 W Temple St • 213-680-5200
Map 09 • Downtown

CBS Radford Studios     
Seinfeld’s NY sensibilities were actually found here, in the heart of the Valley.
Landmarks  
4024 Radford Ave • 818-655-5000
Map 56 • Studio City / Valley Village

CBS Television City     
Wanna be on The Price is Right? Come on down!
Landmarks  
Beverly Blvd & N Fairfax Ave • 323-575-2458
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Center for the Arts Eagle Rock     
Classes, performances, and exhibitions for the local community.
Landmarks  
2225 Colorado Blvd • 323-226-1617
Map 33 • Eagle Rock / Highland Park

Central     
Grand downtown library.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
630 W 5th St • 213-228-7000
Map 09 • Downtown

Charles Bukowski’s Grave     
The great writer from San Pedro’s grave. Come in daylight, it may take a while to find. D Boone from the Minutemen is also here too.
Landmarks  
27501 S Western Ave
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Chateau Marmont     
Chic hotel where John Belushi died.
Landmarks  
8221 W Sunset Blvd • 323-656-1010
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Chevron Oil Refinery     
It ain’t pretty, but it’s definitely noticeable.
Landmarks  
Rosecrans Ave & Sepulveda Blvd
Map 27 • El Segundo / Manhattan Beach

Chinatown     
It may not sound like much, but the slippery shrimp at Yang Chow can’t be missed.
Landmarks  
N Broadway
Map 09 • Downtown

Christ the King Catholic Church     
Beautiful and imposing 75 year old Roman Catholic edifice.
Landmarks  
624 N Rossmore Ave • 323-465-7605
Map 03 • Hollywood

City Hall     
Got a gripe? Here’s the place to start.
Landmarks  
200 N Spring St • 213-485-2121
Map 09 • Downtown

CityWalk     
Entering City Walk is like walking through the glitzy gates of mega-franchise hell.
Landmarks  
100 Universal City Plaza • 818-622-4455
Map 57 • Universal City / Toluca Lake

Clifton’s Cafeteria     
Tri-level cafeteria with a woodsy theme and fake animals since 1931.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
648 S Broadway • 213-627-1673
Map 09 • Downtown

Coca-Cola Bottling Plant     
Designer Robert Derrah’s all-American Streamline Moderne chef d’oeuvre.
Landmarks  
1334 S Central Ave • 213-746-5555
Map 09 • Downtown

Colorado Street Bridge     
This stunning Beaux-Arts bridge is a romantic ode to Pasadena’s majestic past.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Colorado Blvd & Orange Grove Blvd • 626-795-9311
Map 34 • Pasadena

Crossroads of the World     
Former 1930s shopping center with a nautical theme now deemed a cultural landmark.
Landmarks  
6671 W Sunset Blvd • 323-463-5611
Map 03 • Hollywood

Culver Hotel     
Home to many a munchkin during the shooting of The Wizard of Oz.
Landmarks  
9400 Culver Blvd • 310-558-9400
Map 24 • Culver City

Dockweiler Beach     
LA’s official party beach, complete with RV park.
Landmarks  
12001 Vista del Mar • 310-322-4951
Map 25 • Marina del Rey / Westchester West

Dodger Stadium     
With a view like this, who needs luxury boxes?
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1000 Elysian Park Ave • 323-224-1507
Map 05 • Silver Lake / Echo Park / Atwater

Dominator Shipwreck     
Bask in the beauty of the coast.
Landmarks  
Paseo del Mar & Oakley Rd
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Dorothy Chandler Pavilion     
The Oscars are gone but the LA Opera is still here.
Landmarks  
135 N Grand Ave • 213-972-0711
Map 09 • Downtown

Dying Palm Trees     
Say bye bye to LA’s signature greenery thanks to a fungal disease.
Landmarks  
Melrose Ave & N Edgemont St • n/a
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Eames House     
Iconic house that influenced modern architecture in the ‘burbs.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
203 Chautauqua Blvd • 310-459-9663
Map 15 • Pacific Palisades

Eastern Columbia Buildings     
Hulking turquoise Art-Deco monument.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
849 S Broadway
Map 09 • Downtown

Echo Park     
The paddle boats alone are worth a trip.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Glendale Blvd & Park Ave
Map 05 • Silver Lake / Echo Park / Atwater

Edison Theater     
This place has stories and ghosts in every wall panel.
Landmarks  
213 E Broadway
Map 102 • Long Beach – Detail

Egyptian Theater     
The beautiful home of American Cinematheque features an eclectic variety of features, shorts, and documentaries.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
6712 Hollywood Blvd • 323-461-2020
Map 03 • Hollywood

Eichler Homes of Balboa Highlands     
Beautiful modernist homes from the ’40s.
Landmarks  
17139 Nanette St
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

El Capitan Theatre     
Live shows with movies in opulent historic theater.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
6838 Hollywood Blvd • 818-845-3110
Map 03 • Hollywood

El Corrido de Boyle Heights Mural     
Public art at its most colorful.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
2336 East Cesar E Chavez Ave
Map 40 • Boyle Heights

El Portal Theatre     
Former Vaudeville/Silent Movie house now anchors the NoHo Arts District.
Landmarks  
5269 Lankershim Blvd • 818-508-0281
Map 56 • Studio City / Valley Village

El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument     
The real LA story, but with Mexican and Native American influence.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
200 N Main St • 213-485-6855
Map 09 • Downtown

Encounter Restaurant     
Spaceship architecture from ’60s with a 360-degree view.
Landmarks  
209 World Way • 310-215-5151
Map 26 • Westchester / Fox Hills / Ladera Heights / LAX

Ennis-Brown House     
Frank Lloyd Wright’s version of a Mayan temple.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
2607 Glendower Ave • 323-660-0607
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Epoch     
Ah, public art.
Landmarks  
1 Gateway Plaza
Map 09 • Downtown

Exposition Park     
Forget the Coliseum and check out the Rose Garden. Or not.
Landmarks  
Menlo Ave & S Park Dr • 213-765-5369
Map 11 • South Central West

F Scott Fitzgerald’s Final Residence     
Where the Lost Generation genius lived until he couldn’t climb the stairs.
Landmarks  
1403 N Laurel Ave
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Falcon Theatre     
High-profile Valley theatre.
Landmarks  
4252 W Riverside Dr • 818-955-8101
Map 57 • Universal City / Toluca Lake

Federal Building     
Picketers of any and all causes seem magnetically drawn to this building.
Landmarks  
Wilshire Blvd & S Sepulveda Blvd
Map 20 • Westwood / Century City

Fenyes Mansion     
Beaux-Arts oppulence at its best, the mansion’s museum and gardens are open to the public for tours.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
470 W Walnut St • 626-577-1660
Map 34 • Pasadena

Fire Station #30     
Currently home to the LA African Americn Firefighter Museum, this was one the cradle of African American LA culture.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1401 S Central Ave • 213-744-1730
Map 09 • Downtown

Fisherman’s Village     
Quaint shopping and dining are geared to resemble a New England fishing town.
Landmarks  
13755 Fiji Way • 310-823-5411
Map 25 • Marina del Rey / Westchester West

Forest Lawn Memorial Park     
The Disneyland of LA cemeteries.
Landmarks  
1712 S Glendale Ave • 800-204-3131
Map 51 • Glendale South

Former Site of Linda Lea Movie Theatre     
Japanese theater that’s gone but not forgotten.
Landmarks  
251 S Main St
Map 09 • Downtown

Forum Theater     
Classic Cinerama movie theater now a Korean church.
Landmarks  
4050 W Pico Blvd
Map 07 • Hancock Park

Four Seasons Beverly Wilshire     
Pretty Woman stayed here.
Landmarks  
9500 Wilshire Blvd • 310-275-5200
Map 01 • Beverly Hills

Fourth Street Bicycle Boulevard (4SBB)     
Least traffic-heavy bike route.
Landmarks  
La Brea Ave & W 4th St
Map 09 • Downtown

Fox Plaza     
Known to locals as “the Die Hard Building.” Surely we don’t have to explain.
Landmarks  
2121 Avenue of the Stars • 310-282-0047
Map 20 • Westwood / Century City

Franklin Canyon Park     
Have a picnic with a view of the 90201 mansions.
Landmarks  
2600 Franklin Canyon Dr • 310 858-3090
Map 55 • Sherman Oaks East

Franklin Canyon Park     
Twisty hiking trails and stellar views of Hollywood.
Landmarks  
2600 Franklin Canyon Dr
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Garfield Building     
Another Art Deco monument from LA’s past. Check out the lobby.
Landmarks  
403 W 8th St
Map 09 • Downtown

Getty Center     
Cool buildings (Meier), great garden (Irwin), fabulous views (G-d).
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1200 Getty Center Dr • 310-440-7300
Map 16 • Brentwood

Getty House     
The home that LA’s mayors use to par-tay.
Landmarks  
605 S Irving Blvd • 323-930-6430
Map 07 • Hancock Park

Go For Broke Monument     
Honoring Japanese-Americans who fought with the allies in WW2.
Landmarks  
160 N Central Ave
Map 09 • Downtown

Gower Gulch     
Studio-adjacent intersection where cowboy extras used to congregate. Now a Western-themed strip-mall.
Landmarks  
W Sunset Blvd & N Gower St
Map 03 • Hollywood

Grand Central Market     
Mexican specialties and more.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
317 S Broadway • 213-624-2378
Map 09 • Downtown

Grand Hope Park     
Pet-prohibited, leafy green park.
Landmarks  
S Hope St & W 9th St
Map 09 • Downtown

Grauman’s Chinese Theatre     
See how your shoe size measures up against Sylvester Stallone’s.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
6925 Hollywood Blvd • 323-464-6266
Map 03 • Hollywood

Great Western Forum     
The Lakers’ and Kings’ former home is now the Faithful Central Bible Church. There’s irony for you.
Landmarks  
S Prairie Ave & Manchester Terrace • 310-330-7300
Map 13 • Inglewood

Greek Theatre     
A more intimate alternative to the Hollywood Bowl.
Landmarks  
2700 N Vermont Ave • 323-665-5857
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Green Hills Memorial Park     
Check out Plot Ocean View #875 for Bukowski’s grave.
Landmarks  
27501 S Western Ave • 310-831-0311
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Greer House     
Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. crawled out from under his father’s shadow and built a house.
Landmarks  
9200 Haskell Ave
Map 44 • Mission Hills / North Hills

Greystone Mansion     
Formerly the Doheny Mansion, now part of a lovely public park.
Landmarks  
905 Loma Vista Dr • 310-285-6830
Map 01 • Beverly Hills

Greystone Park     
Amazing views of Beverly Hills at this public mansion estate. Luke and Laura got married here, and you can too.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
905 Loma Vista Dr • 310-285-6830
Map 01 • Beverly Hills

Griffith Observatory     
Get your science on.
Landmarks  
2800 E Observatory Ave • 213-473-0800
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Griffith Park     
Ride the carousel.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
4730 Crystal Springs Dr • 323-913-4688
Map 51 • Glendale South

Hammer Museum     
Cutting-edge art museum with largely contemporary exhibits.
Landmarks  
10899 Wilshire Blvd • 310-443-7000
Map 20 • Westwood / Century City

Helms Bakery     
They used to make bread, now they sell furniture.
Landmarks  
8800 Venice Blvd
Map 24 • Culver City

Herald Examiner Building     
Hearst architect Julia Morgan’s Colonial Revival triumph.
Landmarks  
1111 S Broadway
Map 09 • Downtown

Heritage Square     
A taste of 19th-century life amidst Starbucks and bagel shops.
Landmarks  
Ocean Park Blvd & Main St • 310-392-8537
Map 18 • Santa Monica

Heritage Square Museum     
A cluster of buildings that have been saved from demolition through relocation to Heritage Square.
Landmarks  
3800 Homer St • 323-225-2700
Map 37 • Lincoln Heights

Hermosa Beach Fishing Pier     
Just bring your pole. There are bait and tackle shops right on the pier.
Landmarks  
Pier Ave
Map 29 • Hermosa Beach / Redondo Beach North

Hilltop Park     
Sweet 360 degree view.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Dawson Ave & Skyline Dr
Map 100 • Long Beach (Overview)

Hollyhock House     
Another brilliant Frank Lloyd Wright design, open for public tours, love the fireplace.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
4800 Hollywood Blvd • 323-644-6269
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Hollywood & Highland Center     
Sterile, touristy mall that houses the Oscars.
Landmarks  
6801 Hollywood Blvd
Map 03 • Hollywood

Hollywood Athletic Club     
Founded in 1924, this former celebrity athletic club is now an ultra-chic nightclub.
Landmarks  
6625 W Sunset Blvd • 323-462-6262
Map 03 • Hollywood

Hollywood Bowl     
Eclectic music and picnicking under the stars.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
2301 N Highland Ave • 323-850-2000
Map 03 • Hollywood

Hollywood Forever Cemetery     
The only place in LA where you can still see Douglas Fairbanks and Tyrone Power.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
6000 Santa Monica Blvd • 323-469-1181
Map 03 • Hollywood

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel     
Recently renovated and rumored to be haunted by Marilyn Monroe.
Landmarks  
7000 Hollywood Blvd • 323-466-7000
Map 03 • Hollywood

Hollywood Walk of Fame     
Tourists love this shrine to often-mediocre celebs.
Landmarks  
Hollywood Blvd & N Gower St • 323-469-8311
Map 03 • Hollywood

Hollywood Wax Museum     
Celebrities in wax. Greeeat.
Landmarks  
6767 Hollywood Blvd • 323-462-5991
Map 03 • Hollywood

Insane Hills of Echo Park     
Be careful not to drive off the cliff.
Landmarks  
Baxter St & Alessandro St
Map 05 • Silver Lake / Echo Park / Atwater

Instituto Cultural Mexicano     
Dedicated to the cultural exchange between American and Mexican cultures.
Landmarks  
125 Paseo de la Plaza • 213-417-8384
Map 09 • Downtown

Japanese American National Museum     
Chronicling the Japanese experience in the US.
Landmarks  
369 E 1st St • 213-625-0414
Map 09 • Downtown

Japanese-American Farmhouse     
Location of the first Japanese farmhouse on the peninsula.
Landmarks  
1 Ocean Trails Dr
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Jose Luis Gonzalez Library Mural     
A whole lot of badass aesthetics at once.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
4025 City Terrace Dr
Map 41 • City Terrace / East LA

Jumbo’s Clown Room     
Seedy strip club where Courtney Love first exposed her “celebrity skin.”
Landmarks    NFT Pick
5153 Hollywood Blvd • 323-666-1187
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area     
Most people only think of this park as they’re driving to LAX. That’s a mistake.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
4100 S La Cienega Blvd • 323-298-3660
Map 10 • Baldwin Hills

Kentucky Fried Chicken     
Roadside architecture.
Landmarks  
340 N Western Ave • 323-467-7421
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Kidspace Children’s Museum     
Way cool kid-geared activities and exhibits.
Landmarks  
480 N Arroyo Blvd • 626-449-9144
Map 34 • Pasadena

Korean Friendship Bell     
Atop a grassy knoll in San Pedro is a bell given to the US by South Korea. Perfect for a Sunday afternoon.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
S Gaffey St & W 37th St
Map 101 • San Pedro

Korean Philadelphia Presbyterian Church     
Originally built as the second home of the Sinai Congregation.
Landmarks  
405 S New Hampshire Ave
Map 08 • Korea Town

La Brea Tar Pits     
It’s just a big pool of tar, yet it continues to fascinate us.
Landmarks  
Wilshire Blvd & S Curson Ave • 323-934-7243
Map 06 • Miracle Mile / Mid-City

La Casa de las Campanas     
The Lucille Mead Lamb Home
Landmarks  
350 N June St
Map 03 • Hollywood

LA Convention Center     
The building’s green glass exterior is visible for miles.
Landmarks  
1201 S Figueroa St • 213-741-1151
Map 09 • Downtown

LA County USC Medical Center     
The facade may look familiar to viewers of General Hospital.
Landmarks  
1200 N State St • 213-240-7926
Map 40 • Boyle Heights

LA Memorial Coliseum     
We’re still waiting for that LA football team…
Landmarks  
3939 S Figueroa St • 213-747-7111
Map 12 • South Central East

LA Times Building     
Pop in for an eyeful of the Times’ famous sprawling globe lobby and exquisite art deco murals.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
202 W 1st St • 213-237-5000
Map 09 • Downtown

LACMA West     
This Art Deco building used to be home to the May Co. Department Store.
Landmarks  
6067 Wilshire Blvd • 323-933-4510
Map 06 • Miracle Mile / Mid-City

Lacy Park     
Second only to the Huntington, Lacy Park is 30 acres of gorgeous greenery
Landmarks  
1485 Virginia Rd
Map 35 • Pasadena East / San Marino

Lake Hollywood Reservoir     
Jog or stroll around lovely “Lake Hollywood.”
Landmarks  
Lake Hollywood Dr • 323-463-0830
Map 57 • Universal City / Toluca Lake

Lasky-DeMille Barn     
The birthplace of the Motion Picture Industry and now the Hollywood Heritage Museum.
Landmarks  
2100 N Highland Ave • 323-874-2276
Map 03 • Hollywood

Last Chance Sunsets     
See it before it’s too late.
Landmarks  

Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

League of United Latin-American Citizens
C L O S E D     
Helps to improve conditions for Latin-American Citizens nationwide.
Landmarks  
4512 Eagle Rock Blvd • 202-833-6130
Map 33 • Eagle Rock / Highland Park

Levitt Pavilion     
This historic band shell hosts outdoor concerts all summer long.
Landmarks  
166 N Raymond Ave • 626-683-3230
Map 34 • Pasadena

Long Beach Bike Trail     
This network of trails begins in Shoreline Park.
Landmarks  
1501 Will Rogers State Park Rd
Map 888 • Not Applicable

Long Beach Convention & Visitor’s Bureau     
It ain’t just “Iowa by the Sea” anymore.
Landmarks  
301 E Ocean Blvd • 626-436-3645
Map 102 • Long Beach – Detail

Long Beach Museum of Art     
Fine collection inside, lovely grounds outside.
Landmarks  
2300 E Ocean Blvd • 562-439-2119
Map 100 • Long Beach (Overview)

Los Altos Apartments     
There is a waiting list for apartments in this historic Spanish-style building.
Landmarks  
4121 Wilshire Blvd
Map 07 • Hancock Park

Los Angeles County Museum of Art     
From King Tut to Jasper Johns, this museum covers it all.
Landmarks  
5905 Wilshire Blvd • 323-857-6000
Map 06 • Miracle Mile / Mid-City

Los Angeles Equestrian Center     
Polo, dressage, and the Los Angeles Gay Rodeo.
Landmarks  
480 Riverside Dr • 818-840-9063
Map 50 • Burbank East / Glendale West

Los Angeles International Fencing Center     
En Garde!
Landmarks  
11755 Exposition Blvd • 310-477-2266
Map 19 • West LA / Santa Monica East

Lovell Health House     
This Neutra 1929 house is way better than anything on MTV Cribs.
Landmarks  
4616 Dundee Dr
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Lula Washington Dance Theatre     
Renowned African-American dance company with classes and residencies.
Landmarks  
5041 W Pico Blvd • 323-292-5852
Map 06 • Miracle Mile / Mid-City

MacArthur Park     
Avoid at night, or you’ll be melting in the dark!
Landmarks  
Wilshire Blvd & S Alvarado St
Map 08 • Korea Town

Magic Castle     
Spend the night or catch a show–if you know a member.
Landmarks  
7025 Franklin Ave • 323-851-0800
Map 03 • Hollywood

Malaga Cove/ Bluff Cove     
Amazing dinoflagellates.
Landmarks  
Northern end of the Palos Verdes Peninsula
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Malibu Creek State Park     
Climb the rock wall featured in Planet of the Apes.
Landmarks  
Mulholland Hwy & Las Virgenes Rd • 818-880-0367
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Manhattan Beach Pier     
Don’t miss the Roundhouse Marine Studies Lab and Aquarium at the end of the pier!
Landmarks    NFT Pick
West of Manhattan Beach Blvd
Map 27 • El Segundo / Manhattan Beach

Mar Vista Tract     
Indulge your retro-modernist fetish.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Beethoven St & Moore St
Map 22 • Mar Vista

Mariachi Plaza     
Need a mariachi? Look no further!
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1804 E 1st St
Map 40 • Boyle Heights

Marina City Club     
Massive condo complex that has even turned up on shows like Melrose Place.
Landmarks  
4333 Admiralty Way • 310-822-0611
Map 25 • Marina del Rey / Westchester West

Marine Mammal Care Center     
Help cure a sick seal.
Landmarks  
3601 S Gaffey St • 310-547-9888
Map 101 • San Pedro

Matlock House     
Beautiful pitched-roof house from Richard Neutra.
Landmarks  
1560 Ramillo Ave
Map 100 • Long Beach (Overview)

Millennium Biltmore Hotel     
Downtown’s first lady of luxury hotels, the Biltmore is a testament to LA’s lavish architectual heritage.
Landmarks  
506 S Grand Ave • 213-624-1011
Map 09 • Downtown

Million Dollar Theater     
Historic theater; now homes and offices. Check out the pharmacy downstairs.
Landmarks  
307 S Broadway • 213-617-3600
Map 09 • Downtown

MOCA     
Received much well-deserved attention for its wildly popular Andy Warhol retrospective.
Landmarks  
250 S Grand Ave • 213-626-6222
Map 09 • Downtown

Monrovia Canyon     
Waterfall hiking. Ahhhhh.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Monrovia Canyon
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Moonlight Rollerway     
Time stands still at Glendale’s premier roller-boogie spot.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
5110 San Fernando Rd • 818-241-3630
Map 51 • Glendale South

Mormon Temple     
Always one of the more festively-lit buildings at Christmastime.
Landmarks  
10777 Santa Monica Blvd • 310-474-1549
Map 20 • Westwood / Century City

Mulholland Drive     
Ambling mountain-crest road travels from the center of Hollywood to the beach.
Landmarks  
Mulholland Dr & Multiview Dr • n/a
Map 57 • Universal City / Toluca Lake

Mural: The Kennedy Saga II 1973     
Located inside the City Terrace Park social hall.
Landmarks  
1126 N Hazard Ave
Map 41 • City Terrace / East LA

Muscle Beach     
Don’t forget to oil up first.
Landmarks  
1817 Ocean Front Walk • 310-578-6131
Map 21 • Venice

Museum of Jurassic Technology     
The coolest. Check out Mary Davis’s horn.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
9341 Venice Blvd • 310-836-6131
Map 24 • Culver City

Museum of Latin-American Art     
Nationally reputable; bevy of time periods and artists featured.
Landmarks  
628 Alamitos Ave • 562-437-1689
Map 102 • Long Beach – Detail

Museum of Tolerance     
A humbling experience that is worth a visit.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
9786 W Pico Blvd • 310-553-8403
Map 23 • Rancho Park/Palms

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County     
Kids just love the dinosaur fossils.
Landmarks  
900 Exposition Blvd • 213-763-3466
Map 11 • South Central West

NBC Television Studios     
The line forms early for crowds hoping to view the daily Tonight Show taping.
Landmarks  
3000 W Alameda Ave
Map 49 • Burbank

Nickelodeon Animation Studios     
Look out for the slime!
Landmarks  
231 W Olive Ave • 818-736-3000
Map 50 • Burbank East / Glendale West

Not a Cornfield Project     
It’s a field of corn. Also, it’s art.
Landmarks  
1745 N Spring St • 323-226-1158
Map 37 • Lincoln Heights

Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery     
The final resting place of dance legends Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
Landmarks  
22601 Lassen St • 818-341-1198
Map 42 • Chatsworth

Old Pasadena     
A fine example of urban regentrification at work.
Landmarks  
W Colorado Blvd & S Fair Oaks Ave • 626-356-9725
Map 34 • Pasadena

Old Plaza Firehouse     
LA’s oldest firehouse; haunted by Dalmatians.
Landmarks  
134 Paseo de la Plaza • 213-625-3741
Map 09 • Downtown

Old Trapper Sculptures     
John Ehn’s tribute to America.
Landmarks  
6201 Winnetka Ave • 818-719-6401
Map 45 • Canoga Park / Woodland Hills

Olvera Street     
An authentic Mexican marketplace in the heart of downtown LA.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Olvera St
Map 09 • Downtown

Oviatt Building     
Art Deco treasure. Be sure to sneak a peek inside.
Landmarks  
617 S Olive St
Map 09 • Downtown

Pacific Design Center     
Nicknamed “The Blue Whale” for obvious reasons.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
8687 Melrose Ave • 310-657-0800
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits     
Don’t miss the La Brea Woman exhibit.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
5801 Wilshire Blvd • 323-934-7243
Map 06 • Miracle Mile / Mid-City

Paley Center for Media     
Where reruns of old sitcoms are considered art.
Landmarks  
465 N Beverly Dr • 310-786-1091
Map 01 • Beverly Hills

Pan Pacific Park     
It’s a storm drain! We mean, it’s a park!
Landmarks  
7600 Beverly Blvd • 323-939-8874
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Pann’s     
One of the best remaining examples in the country of ’50s coffee shop design–and they serve a down-home tasty breakfast.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
6710 La Tijera Blvd • 323-776-3770
Map 13 • Inglewood

Pann’s Restaurant     
Mid-century modern diner designed by Armet & Davis.
Landmarks  
6710 La Tijera Blvd • 323-776-3770Ê
Map 26 • Westchester / Fox Hills / Ladera Heights / LAX

Pantages Theater     
Go for the big Broadway shows.
Landmarks  
6233 Hollywood Blvd • 323-468-1770
Map 03 • Hollywood

Paramount Studios     
The last movie studio actually IN Hollywood.
Landmarks  
5555 Melrose Ave • 323-956-5000
Map 03 • Hollywood

Park in the Sky     
Chase some lizards in the clouds.
Landmarks  
Crenshaw Blvd & Park Pl
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Pasadena City Hall     
A lovely building with even lovelier gardens.
Landmarks  
100 N Garfield Ave • 626-744-4000
Map 34 • Pasadena

Paseo Miramar Trail     
Running, hiking and trailing trail.
Landmarks  
Dr
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Pershing Square     
Unfortunately, Pershing Square is a mere shadow of its former self but manages to remain a solid downtown center.
Landmarks  
532 S Olive St
Map 09 • Downtown

Petersen Automotive Museum     
Like you don’t see enough cars in LA. Mediocre.
Landmarks  
6060 Wilshire Blvd • 323-930-2277
Map 06 • Miracle Mile / Mid-City

Pig ‘n Whistle     
Hollywood watering hole and restaurant dating back to the golden era.
Landmarks  
6714 Hollywood Blvd • 323-463-0000
Map 03 • Hollywood

Pink’s Famous Hot Dogs     
A line around the block; it’s that famous.
Landmarks  
709 N La Brea Ave • 323-931-4223
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Playboy Mansion     
We’d tell you all about it if only Hef would send us an invitation.
Landmarks  
10236 Charing Cross Rd
Map 20 • Westwood / Century City

Point Fermin Lighthouse     
Charming Victorian lighthouse is one of the oldest on the west coast.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
807 W Paseo del Mar • 310-241-0684
Map 101 • San Pedro

Point Vicente Interpretive Center     
Watch the whales head for Baja.
Landmarks  
31501 Palos Verdes Dr W • 310-377-5370
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Point Vicente Lighthouse     
Located on the amazing Palos Verdes Peninsula, a great place to spend the afternoon.
Landmarks  
31550 Palos Verdes Dr W • 310-541-0334
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Portal of the Folded Wings Shrine to Aviation     
This Spanish/Mission revival-style monument shows up in the occasional tv show and movie.
Landmarks  
10621 Victory Blvd
Map 49 • Burbank

Ports O’ Call     
Ole touristy standby, still a pleasant afternoon.
Landmarks  
1100 Nagoya Way
Map 101 • San Pedro

Portuguese Bend     
Drive it if you dare!
Landmarks  
Palos Verdes Dr S & Narcissa Dr
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Prada     
Architect Rem Koolhaas gives BH something else to look at.
Landmarks  
469 N Rodeo Dr • 310-385-5959
Map 01 • Beverly Hills

Ramona Convent Secondary School     
Some of the campus buildings have been here since the 19th century.
Landmarks  
1701 W Ramona Rd • 626-282-4151
Map 39 • Alhambra

Rancho de los Encinos State Historic Park     
The rancho was damaged in the Northridge quake, but the park is still open.
Landmarks  
16756 Moorpark St • 818-784-4849
Map 53 • Encino

Rancho Park Golf Course     
Good, but crowded, municipal golf course.
Landmarks  
10460 W Pico Blvd • 310-838-7373
Map 23 • Rancho Park/Palms

Random Metal Yard Animals     
Bizarre collection of metal animals in a private yard.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
N Doheny Dr & Clifton Way
Map 01 • Beverly Hills

Randy’s Donuts     
Giant donut perched on top of this beloved donut stop.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
805 W Manchester Blvd • 310-645-4707
Map 13 • Inglewood

Richard Neutra Houses     
A can’t-miss for architecture buffs.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
2200 Silver Lake Blvd
Map 05 • Silver Lake / Echo Park / Atwater

Ripley’s Believe It or Not     
More oddities, less exhausting than Guinness Book.
Landmarks  
6780 Hollywood Blvd • 323-466-6335
Map 03 • Hollywood

Rock Walk     
Mann’s Chinese has John Wayne, the Rock Walk has Slash.
Landmarks  
7425 W Sunset Blvd • 323-874-1060
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Rose Bowl Stadium     
UCLA football, Galaxy soccer games, and the infamous monthy swap meet.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
991 Rosemont Ave • 626-577-3100
Map 34 • Pasadena

Rowena Reservoir     
This strategically landscaped reservoir contains 10 million gallons of water and cost a few more million to build.
Landmarks  
Hyperion Ave & Rowena Ave
Map 05 • Silver Lake / Echo Park / Atwater

Runyon Canyon Park     
Once Errol Flynn’s estate, now a very popular off-leash hiking trail.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Franklin Ave & N Fuller Ave
Map 02 • West Hollywood

San Antonio Winery     
The last remaining winery along the LA river basin— check out the killer tasting room.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
737 Lamar St • 323-223-1401
Map 40 • Boyle Heights

San Pedro Farmers’ Market     
Avoid the traffic on Aviation to beach cities.
Landmarks  
W 6th St & S Mesa St
Map 101 • San Pedro

San Pedro Waterfront     
This place has it all–Mexican food, fisherman’s pub, and ice cream!
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1190 Nagoya Way
Map 101 • San Pedro

Santa Monica Blvd     
The heart of gay West Hollywood.
Landmarks  
Santa Monica Blvd & N La Cienega Blvd
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Santa Monica Civic Auditorium     
Bizarre mix of cool rock concerts and antique sales.
Landmarks  
1855 Main St • 310-458-8551
Map 18 • Santa Monica

Santa Monica Municipal Airport     
Home to lots of small planes and private jets. And an annual Barneys NY sale.
Landmarks  
3223 Donald Douglas Loop S • 310-458-8591
Map 19 • West LA / Santa Monica East

Santa Monica Pier     
Tiptoe through the tourists for a ride on the historic carousel.
Landmarks  
Colorado Ave & Ocean Ave • 310-458-8900
Map 18 • Santa Monica

Santa Monica Steps     
Climbing these is the most LA workout you can ever hope to have.
Landmarks  
4th St & Adelaide Dr
Map 15 • Pacific Palisades

Schindler House     
A desert camp inspired this brilliant creation by architect Rudolph Schindler.
Landmarks  
833 N Kings Rd • 323-651-1510
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Sears Building     
LA’s largest building with iconic At-Deco signage.
Landmarks  
E Olympic Blvd & S Soto St
Map 40 • Boyle Heights

Seashell House     
A piece of 1920s folk art made from crushed sea shells.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
4325 E 6th St
Map 100 • Long Beach (Overview)

Self-Realization Fellowship     
Beautiful gardens, open to the public.
Landmarks  
3880 San Rafael Ave • 323-225-2471
Map 36 • Mt. Washington

Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine     
Get married by an Obi-Wan look-alike.
Landmarks  
17190 W Sunset Blvd • 310-454-4114
Map 15 • Pacific Palisades

Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine Temple     
Stunning gardens.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
17190 W Sunset Blvd • 310-454-4114
Map 15 • Pacific Palisades

Sepulveda Unitarian Universalist Society Building     
A church shaped like an onion — only in LA.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
9550 Haskell Ave • 818-894-9251
Map 44 • Mission Hills / North Hills

Shambhala Meditation Center     
Relaxation oasis in the city.
Landmarks  
963 Colorado Blvd • 323-255-5472
Map 33 • Eagle Rock / Highland Park

Sherman Library and Garden     
Library specializes in the American Southwest. Cafe specializes in crepes.
Landmarks  
2647 East Coast Hwy • 949-673-2264
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Shoreline Village     
Buy a hat, grab a snack and fly a kite 100 yards away.
Landmarks  
419 Shoreline Village Dr • 562-435-2668
Map 102 • Long Beach – Detail

Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall     
The mosque design makes it one of the neighborhood’s most visible buildings.
Landmarks  
665 W Jefferson Blvd • 213-748-5116
Map 12 • South Central East

Silent Movie Theatre     
Only the ticket prices will remind you that it’s the 21st century.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
611 N Fairfax Ave • 323-655-2510
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Silver Lake Reservoir     
Take a jog, a stroll, and a dog! There is an off-leash dog park at the reservoir’s base.
Landmarks  
Silver Lake Blvd & Duane St
Map 05 • Silver Lake / Echo Park / Atwater

Silverlake Conservatory of Music     
Neighborhood music school and hang-out courtesy of Chili Pepper Flea.
Landmarks  
3920 W Sunset Blvd • 323-665-3363
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Silverlake Dog Park     
Come for the dog drama, stay for the hipster meat market.
Landmarks  
1850 W Silver Lake Dr • 323-644-3946
Map 05 • Silver Lake / Echo Park / Atwater

Sony Pictures Studios     
Before Sony and Spider-Man, it was MGM and the Munchkins.
Landmarks  
10202 Washington Blvd • 310-244-6926
Map 24 • Culver City

Southwestern Law School     
Legendary Art Deco department store turned law school.
Landmarks  
3050 Wilshire Blvd • 213-738-6700
Map 08 • Korea Town

Sports Arena     
It’s been pretty lonely here since the Clippers left.
Landmarks  
3939 S Figueroa St • 213-748-6131
Map 12 • South Central East

St Andrew’s Catholic Church     
The church’s red brick tower has dominated the Pasadena skyline since 1927.
Landmarks  
311 N Raymond Ave • 626-792-4183
Map 34 • Pasadena

STAPLES Center     
If the Staples folk could find a way to play baseball inside the arena, they’d lure the Dodgers too.
Landmarks  
1111 S Figueroa St • 213-742-7100
Map 09 • Downtown

Street Clock     
Art Deco timepiece.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
2423 Broadway
Map 37 • Lincoln Heights

Sunken City     
Don’t fall off.
Landmarks  
S Gaffey St & W Paseo del Mar
Map 101 • San Pedro

Sunset Junction     
Ground zero of the Silver Lake scene. Great people watching
Landmarks    NFT Pick
4019 W Sunset Blvd
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Sunset Strip     
Its clubs are still the center of LA’s (bridge and tunnel) nightlife.
Landmarks  
W Sunset Blvd & N Doheny Dr
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Terminal Island     
Artificial island only accessible by bridge.
Landmarks  

Map 102 • Long Beach – Detail

The Ambassador Auditorium     
Operated by the Worldwide Church of God.
Landmarks  
131 S St John Ave • 626-354-6407
Map 34 • Pasadena

The Beach Boys Monument     
A brick monument where the Wilson house used to stand.
Landmarks  
3701 W 119th St
Map 28 • Hawthorne

The Bendix Sign     
Recently relit, the neon sign atop the Bendix building is nothing short of iconic.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Maple Ave & E 12th St
Map 09 • Downtown

The Beverly Hills Hotel     
Legends have stayed at the Pink Palace.
Landmarks  
9641 W Sunset Blvd • 310-276-2251
Map 01 • Beverly Hills

The Busway AKA The Metro Orange Line     
Please. Drive less.
Landmarks  
Runs between Warner Center and North Hollywood
Map 888 • Not Applicable

The Center for Land Use Interpretation     
Sublime presentation of humanity’s impact on the face of America.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
9331 Venice Blvd • 310-839-5722
Map 24 • Culver City

The Chaplin Studios     
Charlie Chaplin’s charming English Tudor-esque studios, now the Jim Henson studio.
Landmarks  
1416 N La Brea Ave
Map 02 • West Hollywood

The Edwin Hubble House     
Astronomer Edwin Hubble’s residence.
Landmarks  
1340 Woodstock Rd
Map 35 • Pasadena East / San Marino

The Figure 8 Mural     
Former cover art, this mural is now a tribute to departed indie fave Elliott Smith.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
4334 W Sunset Blvd
Map 04 • Los Feliz

The Gamble House     
Pasadena’s Craftsman style at its best.
Landmarks  
4 Westmoreland Pl • 626-793-3334
Map 34 • Pasadena

The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA     
Formerly known as the “Temporary Contemporary,” the museum is still going strong.
Landmarks  
152 N Central Ave • 213-626-6222
Map 09 • Downtown

The Hollywood Wedding Chapel     
When you need a marriage in a pinch, you know who to patronize.
Landmarks  
7710 Santa Monica Blvd • 323-848-9370
Map 02 • West Hollywood

The Huntington     
The perfect place to take relatives from out-of-town.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1151 Oxford Rd • 626-405-2100
Map 35 • Pasadena East / San Marino

The Judson Studios     
Stained glass like you’ve never seen before.
Landmarks  
200 S Ave 66 • 323-255-0131
Map 33 • Eagle Rock / Highland Park

The Lummis Home     
An original home conceived by an original man.
Landmarks  
200 E Ave 43 • 323-222-0546
Map 36 • Mt. Washington

The Mayan     
Spooky and cool. Check out the lobby if you can.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1038 S Hill St • 213-746-4674
Map 09 • Downtown

The Music Center     
Four music venues in one.
Landmarks  
135 N Grand Ave • 213-972-7211
Map 09 • Downtown

The Old Mill – El Molino Viejo     
Southern California’s first water-powered gristmill. Who needs Disney’s California Adventure?
Landmarks  
1120 Old Mill Rd • 626-449-5458
Map 35 • Pasadena East / San Marino

The Orpheum     
Former Vaudeville house, now hosts and assortment of live events.
Landmarks  
842 S Broadway • 877-677-4386
Map 09 • Downtown

The Pasadena Civic     
Home to both the Pasadena Symphony and the People’s Choice Awards.
Landmarks  
300 E Green St • 626-449-7360
Map 34 • Pasadena

The Pasadena Playhouse     
Back in the day, the Playhouse’s now-defunct acting school turned out many a movie star.
Landmarks  
39 S El Molino Ave • 626-356-7529
Map 34 • Pasadena

The Pike at Rainbow Harbor     
Former seaside playland reinterpreted as a concept mall.
Landmarks  
S Pine Ave & W Shoreline Dr • 563-432-8325
Map 102 • Long Beach – Detail

The Queen Mary     
This dame shuttled soldiers and ferried the uber-rich.
Landmarks  
1126 Queens Hwy • 877-342-0738
Map 100 • Long Beach (Overview)

The Skinny House     
Deemed the nation’s narrowest home.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
708 Gladys Ave
Map 100 • Long Beach (Overview)

The Swan Place Steps     
Painful public steps for the young and exercising.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Westerly Terrace & Swan Pl
Map 05 • Silver Lake / Echo Park / Atwater

The Wayfarer’s Chapel     
Beautiful glass chapel in a tree. Very Lord of the Rings.
Landmarks  
5755 Palos Verdes Dr S • 310-377-1650
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

The Westin Bonaventure Hotel     
John Portman’s shiny, often-filmed towers.
Landmarks  
404 S Figueroa St • 213-624-1000
Map 09 • Downtown

The Witch’s House     
Fairytale haunt straight out of Hansel and Gretel.
Landmarks  
516 Walden Dr
Map 01 • Beverly Hills

Third Street Promenade     
I think there was a Savage Garden song about it once.
Landmarks  
1351 3rd St
Map 18 • Santa Monica

Travel Town     
Enough vintage trains and airplanes to keep the kids entertained for upwards of 30 minutes.
Landmarks  
5200 Zoo Dr
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Triforium     
Muliticolored glass prism with two octaves of English and Flemish bells!
Landmarks    NFT Pick
W Temple St
Map 09 • Downtown

UCLA Blood & Platelet Center     
Donate blood and get free schwag.
Landmarks  
1045 Gayley Ave • 310-825-0888
Map 20 • Westwood / Century City

Union Station     
Makes you wish people still traveled by train.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
800 N Alameda St • 213-625-5865
Map 09 • Downtown

Universal Studios     
New Yorkers scoff at the Studio’s diminutive “tower.”
Landmarks  
100 Universal Center Dr • 818-777-1000
Map 57 • Universal City / Toluca Lake

US Bank Tower     
Downtown’s defining figure.
Landmarks  
633 W 5th St • 213- 615-6300
Map 09 • Downtown

Van Nuys Airport     
The world’s busiest general aviation airport.
Landmarks  
16461 Sherman Way • 818-442-6500
Map 47 • Van Nuys

Venice Boardwalk     
A freak show to some, while others thrive on the eclectic crowds. Marvel at the graffiti-bedecked palm trees.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Ocean Front Wk
Map 21 • Venice

Venice Canals     
There used to be more than six, but they were deemed impractical and turned into roads.
Landmarks  
Pacific Ave & N Venice Blvd
Map 21 • Venice

Venice Pier     
It’s been a casualty to weather conditions at least twice.
Landmarks  
Washington Blvd
Map 21 • Venice

Vermonica     
Quirky display of LA streetlamps from various eras.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
Santa Monica Blvd & N Vermont Ave
Map 04 • Los Feliz

Veterans Administration     
Non-veterans may wind up parking here when the UCLA lots are full.
Landmarks  
Federal Ave & S Sepulveda Blvd • 213-809-7229
Map 19 • West LA / Santa Monica East

Villa Riviera     
Gothic wonder and former residence of Charlie Chaplin and Norma Talmadge.
Landmarks  
800 E Ocean Blvd
Map 102 • Long Beach – Detail

Village Green Owners’ Association     
1940s housing experiment exists in the present as landmarked condominium community.
Landmarks  
5300 Rodeo Rd • 323) 294-5211
Map 10 • Baldwin Hills

Wadsworth Theater     
They offer free jazz concerts on the first Sunday of every month.
Landmarks  
11000 Wilshire Blvd • 310-479-3003
Map 20 • Westwood / Century City

Walt Disney Concert Hall     
Gehry’s architectural masterpiece.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
141 S Grand Ave • 323-850-2000
Map 09 • Downtown

Walt Disney Studios     
The quirkiest architecture of all of the major motion picture studios.
Landmarks  
500 S Buena Vista St • 818-560-1000
Map 50 • Burbank East / Glendale West

Warner Brothers Studios     
The studio’s water tower serves as a beacon for much of downtown Burbank.
Landmarks  
3400 W Riverside Dr • 877-492-8687
Map 57 • Universal City / Toluca Lake

Warner Ranch     
That NY fountain where TV’s “Friends” dance in the opening credits? Right here on the ranch.
Landmarks  
W Verdugo Ave & Pass Ave • 818-954-6000
Map 49 • Burbank

Wattles Mansion and Gardens     
This 100 year old Mission Revival mansion is a true timeless beauty.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1850 N Curson Ave • 323-666-7129
Map 03 • Hollywood

Watts Towers     
Simon Rodia’s masterpiece of outsider architecture.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
1765 E 107th St • 213-847-4646
Map 999 • Extended Coverage Area

Westside Pavilion     
We defy you to find your car at the end of any shopping expedition.
Landmarks  
10800 W Pico Blvd • 310-470-8752
Map 23 • Rancho Park/Palms

Westwood Memorial Cemetery     
Marilyn Monroe and Natalie Wood are among the famous residents.
Landmarks  
1218 Glendon Ave • 310-272-2484
Map 20 • Westwood / Century City

Whisky A Go Go     
Music venue for legendary bands of yore.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
8901 W Sunset Blvd • 310-652-4202
Map 02 • West Hollywood

Will Rogers Memorial Park     
The former Sunset Park has been with us since 1915. Energy efficient security lights, fresh greenery!
Landmarks    NFT Pick
9650 Sunset Blvd
Map 01 • Beverly Hills

Will Rogers State Historic Park     
Hiking, picnicking, and polo. Yes, polo.
Landmarks  
Sunset Blvd • 310-454-8212
Map 15 • Pacific Palisades

Wilshire Ebell Theatre     
Renaissance-style buildings used mainly for private events.
Landmarks  
4401 W 8th St • 323-939-0126
Map 07 • Hancock Park

Wilshire Galleria     
Art Deco building now a Korean shopping center, cafe, spa, theater etc.
Landmarks  
3240 Wilshire Blvd
Map 08 • Korea Town

Wiltern Theater     
Cool Art Deco building attracts equally cool, eclectic musical acts.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
3780 Wilshire Blvd • 213-380-5005
Map 07 • Hancock Park

Windward Circle     
A great meeting place for those looking to spend the day at the beach.
Landmarks  
Main St & Windward Ave
Map 21 • Venice

World Trade Center     
Far less impressive than its former NY namesake, but a vital part of Downtown nonetheless.
Landmarks  
350 S Figueroa St • 213-489-3337
Map 09 • Downtown

Wrigley Mansion     
This Italian Renaissance mansion built by chewing gum magnate now serves as HQ for the Tournament of Roses.
Landmarks  
391 S Orange Grove Blvd • 626-449-7673
Map 34 • Pasadena

York Rite Masonic Temple     
Grand Masonic temple.
Landmarks    NFT Pick
835 Locust Ave
Map 102 • Long Beach – Detail

Zimmer Children’s Museum     
Learning place for kids to explore.
Landmarks  
6505 Wilshire Blvd • 323-761-8984
Map 06 • Miracle Mile / Mid-City

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