Los Angeles The Griffith Observatory

If you’re looking for things to do in LA during your next vacation, one of the places you must visit is Griffith Park, and in the park the first place you should go and see is the Griffith Observatory. Here are some facts about this wonderful place:

Get to know the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles

The Griffith Observatory is one of the most famous places in the city and also one of the most popular ones. A nice thing about the observatory is that it gives visitors the chance to get a good look at the world famous Hollywood sign that so many of us see constantly on the movies. Opened in 1935, this observatory allows you to explore the sky with 4 permanent telescopes that are located here, as well as experience a planetarium show. Permanent exhibits are showing models of planets and pieces of meteors and comets.

There are a huge number of attractions in LA and many tourists get caught up in the glamour of the city and spend most of their time trying to catch a glimpse of a celebrity which is not very likely to happen. Our tip is to enjoy the many attractions this great city has to offer and really maximize your experience by utilizing your time carefully. If you hold the L.A pass you will not only save money, but you will also get to see much more and do more than you originally imagined you would. For example you will gain free entry to the zoo and botanical gardens that you can find at Griffith Park, as well as more than 40 other top attractions in the city: from the Aquarium of the Pacific to the Imax movie theater and Knotts Berry Farm, as well as Legoland and Six Flags, the list just goes on!

Our tip, head over to the Griffith Observatory end of the universe cafe, sip on a coffee and enjoy the breathtaking views. Watch the rest of the guides and get more tips on LA sightseeing to make the most of your holiday.

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