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Top Things to do in Los Angeles - Part II

Updated on June 7, 2009

Los Angeles Attractions

This is the second part of my list of "Top Things to do in Los Angeles ". If you have not seen the first part, please visit this hub on Los Angeles Attractions. Hope you won't miss the places when you plan a vacation to Los Angeles. Warm weather, excellent places to spend quality time with family and friends make Los Angeles an ideal place to plan your vacation for.

6. Sunset Boulevard

Perhaps one of the world's most famous streets which makes it one of top things to do in Los Angeles. It runs from downtown to the ocean, passing through the "Sunset Strip" on its way. The Sunset Strip is a L.A. landmark, populated by nightclubs, hotels and chic clothing stores & restaurants. The area is bordered by Crescent Heights on the east and Doheny on the west.

7. The Beaches in LA

The Southern California beach scene is almost iconic for Los Angeles. Some of the Our favorite beaches are the "South Bay" beach towns, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach. The beach scene and a classic seaside amusement park at Santa Monica Beach and Pier are also popular. Zuma beach located in the north of Malibu with very clean water and good sized waves for some beach fun. Paradise Cove is a quiet, small and private beach with a restaurant on site. Santa Monica beach is great too and kids love the amusement park right on the pier. What other way than to spend a great time with family during summer in one of the top beaches in Los Angeles?

8. Knott's Berry Farm

The Knott's Berry Farm Resort is the first and only hotel directly on Knott's Berry Farm property, putting guests within steps of world-class attractions, shopping, dining, and Knott's Soak City U.S.A. water park. With over 165 rides, shows and attractions, Knott’s Berry Farm is the place to go for family fun! With five themed areas, there is something at Knott’s for everyone.

9. Queen Mary

Queen Mary is once the largest ship afloat, she's been docked in Long Beach for longer than she sailed, and her elegance never fails to impress. Queen Mary rests in the Long Beach harbor, converted into a hotel and tourist attraction after she was sold & made her made her final voyage to long beach.

10. Six Flags Magic Mountain

Six Flags Magic Mountain is an old-fashioned amusement park on steroids. It has a collection of roller coasters all kinds such as fastest, tallest, first and only. It is a Roller coaster heaven.

Queen Mary
Queen Mary

Visit to The Queen Mary Ocean Liner at Long Beach


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    • Msvirgo profile image

      Tabia 6 years ago from Kent,WA

      Nice hub.I love LA. you should check out my hub about california beaches,maybe I'll add more to it.

    • mkott profile image

      Michele 8 years ago from Reno, Nevada

      As a kid I stood on a balcony at the Pacific Coast Club in Long Beach (no longer there) and watched the Queen Mary come into port on a foggy morning in 1967.

    • kiwi91 profile image

      kiwi91 9 years ago from USA

      I saw the Queen Mary the night we were in Long Beach. It was night, but I did catch a glimpse. We passed Knot's, too, but didn't have time to stop there.


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