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Fun Free Things To Do Next Time You're In Los Angeles
Venice Beach is the filming site of many movies and is free to visit. The boardwalk has lots to do, including tons of shops and food stands.
Venice Beach
You'll catch numerous performances by talented buskers and nimble athletes at the public skatepark. You can also take a dip, sunbathe, or play beach sports.
If you enjoy the beach, take a walk down the wooden Santa Monica Pier while absorbing the Pacific Ocean air and viewing the shows put on by the street performers.
Santa Monica Pier
The Hollywood Walk of Fame is perhaps the most iconic attraction in LA, featuring 2,767 stars stretching across 18 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street.
Walk Of Fame
You'll need comfortable shoes, a bottle of water, and a camera to snap photos with your favorite celebrities' stars and the local street performers.
The Broad is a free museum home to the immersive Yayoi Kusama exhibits. You'll need to reserve (free) tickets in advance for the Infinity Mirrored Room.
The Broad
The rest of the museum hosts around 2,000 pieces of contemporary art made by 200 artists. Most notably, you'll view works by Andy Warhol, whose pop art is recognized globally.
This free museum is perched on a hill and reached by tram. Once you arrive at the top, you'll be greeted by the elegant yet stately central rotunda.
Getty Center
There are art pieces from the Middle Ages to contemporary times, and outside, you can get a breathtaking view of LA and see cool sculptures in the Lower Terrace Garden.